As I have shared in a few other posts, in my classroom we work on a different theme for science every month at our "science" station (see this post for picture of the science station). In today's post, I mostly wanted to share if with you how I created this station and how I organize my materials. Creating this station was not easy or quick. It probably took me one full year to get everything done. But, now I am so glad I did, because I am able to use the same materials every year (although…
Worry And Anxiety Activities For Interactive Notebooks
These worry and anxiety activities for kids will help your students understand their anxiety and learn effective coping strategies. These interactive notebook pages are perfect for school counseling small groups or individual lessons focused on worry and anxiety.
Essay Writing Help: Concluding Paragraphs
This week, I’m continuing the occasional “How to Write” series with a look at the power of an essay’s conclusion. English teacher friends, here is the three-sentence formula that often turns a B+ essay into an A- in my classroom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujHpCCNjTeA Click here to download the conclusion paragraph lecture slides and handout featured in the…
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Teaching Vowel Teams and Diphthongs
Today I wanted to stop by and share some strategies for teaching vowel teams and diphthongs in our classroom! It's always challenging to teach spelling patterns that aren't easily decodable! Growing up, I remember the rhymes "when 2 vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking" and "I before E except after C and sounding as A in neighbor and weigh." Who else remembers those??? Here's the thing...those still hold true...and they are a good tool for the most part. But our students need…