The holidays are buzzing, and winter break is near! It’s time to start thinking about what you want the spring semester to look and feel like in your classroom. You’ve been planning all of your pre-winter break activities. Many of which you may have even found in our blog post-Holiday
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It’s holiday time! Dust off those holiday school resources, and let’s plan the most epic holiday seasons ever! My stomach is rumbling just thinking about all the food and decoration and lights and …. food! The holidays bring so much cheer and excitement as families celebrate different holidays, share traditions,
Fall Break week is both awkward and a total relief. Awkward because a Thursday Thanksgiving holiday means that the week only has two or three days in it, and relief because it represents the end of the drought that is October in the classroom. Many teachers and students haven’t had
School supplies are on the store shelves, which can only mean one thing…it’s BACK TO SCHOOL season. Each year, I love finding new back to school resources to use in the classroom. Back to school season has always been one of the most joyous and nerve-inducing times of the year
It happens every end of the year. The big standardized test comes and goes, and the students think the year is over. Even as I emphasized the test less and less, I still had students who thought they didn’t have to try anymore once the test was over…and we still
Halloween can be a crazy day for teachers in the classroom. In all of the excitement of the day, students are bound to be a little extra. Keeping them focused on learning can be a huge challenge. In this post, I will share some activities that I do with my
Every year, right around springtime, we get hit with the big statewide test. I usually do fun activities in the afternoon to balance all that stress out. I load up on bunches of springtime candy, such as peeps and jelly beans, and household items like vinegar, detergent, eggs, food coloring,