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12 Ways to Support ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom

9 Ways to Start the Year off Right

Are you ready to head back to school yet? Here are 9 ways that you can start the year off right. These strategies will help you set the foundation for your classroom and create a space where you and your students will want to be every day of the school ye

Back to School Literacy Centers- From the Beginning of the Year to Beyond

Teaching students about why they should speak kindly to each other. Perfect for the first week of school!

Hot Air Balloon Back to School Writing Craft: A Writing Conventions Assessment

This back to school writing craft is perfect for your learners to write about their hope for the new year! After discussion writing conventions, students will display that they are able to use spaces and punctuation with their writing through this back to school craft!

All Year Writing Crafts Bundle

Looking to have some writing assessments made FUN?! Use these writing crafts to display that your students are able to properly use writing conventions! They are sure to love them and hey, who doesn't love a purposeful and cute art project?

Handwriting Practice and Work Station

Handwriting can be tricky for little learners and it's always tough to find time to squeeze it in! Use these handwriting task cards to get little hands working on their handwriting skills daily! Plus, they are so fun for students!

Teaching Concepts About Print

Teaching concepts about print is an important early literacy skill to be mastered. The skills are necessary as students learn how our language works and looks in print. See how this teacher weaves it into her day and assesses her little learners.

First Day of School Stations - Back to School Activity

Using stations on the first day of school sets the tone for the year. Show students that they will be out of their seats, engaged in learning, and collaborating with classmates in your classroom. These six stations, some group tasks and some independent tasks, are intended for completion within a 45-minute period. These stations can be used in any subject or grade level, and all of the station directions and activities can be edited to fit the needs of your classroom.