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Our students keep us young.

Our students keep us young.

Morphing into a 21st Century Teacher, part 2 by ester

"Morphing into a Century Teacher: 27 Ways to be a Better Century Educator" By Mia MacMeekin. See how Schoology can help morph you into a Century Teacher.

Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel

Crazy for First Grade: Differentiating Math!- i chose this for the chart, but you can use it to differentiate instruction (have one student draw, have another outline, etc.) but it's also pretty cool because it has a math lesson too

Nothing beats 150 students running toward you.

Nothing beats 150 students running toward you.

Choose your bribery wisely

"Apples are fine, but I find today's teacher prefers a nice latte." Story of my life.

FREEBIE! Includes crowns for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade.

and do you all think for the activity in the morning? FREE First Day of School crowns for Preschool to grade. The perfect project to get your students actively engaged and excited about school. Additional crown sets available!


Use this at the beginning of the year to get to know your students. Way more fun than a regular worksheet with a list of questions. * I will keep this, in case I ever teach older students.

Watching a student fall in love.

Watching a student fall in love.

Perfection is overrated.

Perfection is overrated.

great way of assigning partners

Great way to randomly assign partners. Put popsicle sticks in your hand, plain side out. Have kids pick sticks and pair with the child with the matching stick.

Totally Terrific in Texas: Writing Clips...My students simply grab a clip, use it to spell the word(s) correctly, and then return the clip to the ribbon.

Totally Terrific in Texas: writers' workshop - great way to display those writing words or concepts without taking up a ton of valuable space

Follow link and you'll find a teacher's blog with these questions enlarged, in frames, and ready to print.

Phrases kids can use instead of "I don't know." These sayings are helpful in encouraging a growth mindset in the classroom.