Short Story Resources For Teachers; great collection of resources, including short stories to teach literary elements, excellent literature to add to your curriculum, and ideas for helping students write stories themselves
How to Mentally Prepare for your First Year Teaching
Do you need ideas about how to prepare for your first year teaching? Are you overwhelmed with no idea where to start? This post focuses on strategies to mentally prepare for your first year of teaching. // Adventures of a Schoolmarm
40+ Tips for New Teachers - From Veteran Teachers (Uncensored
Tips for New Teachers From Veteran Teachers (Uncensored) - You try your hardest, but what if all of the veteran teachers poured their knowledge into you? Well, we’ve compiled the best advice from veteran teachers and here you go.
This FREE cheat sheet is great to print out and hand to beginning string students: violin, viola, cello, and bass. I asked my students to keep this in their music folder so that they can reference it during rehearsal and when theyre practicing at home.
5 No-Prep Review Games for Any Classroom and Any Subject
This worksheet is from my Exploring Emotions BUNDLEIt encourages students to explore all of the facial features as our emotions change.If you have any concerns or queries please contact me.For latest products, product updates, teaching ideas and more.
If I Was In A Snow Globe Writing Prompt/craft-make a snow globe!
Scarf and Ribbon Movement Cards
Scarf and Ribbon Movement Cards- Where have these been all my teaching life? Easy way to create routines with ribbons, streamers or scarves. FUN way to get kids moving and exploring. Print or use the JPGS to create slideshows of my own.
A Soccer lesson to try – ‘Controlling the ball and quick passing’
Sixth graders are new to middle school, and they exude an exuberant, bubbly confidence. They’re a pleasure (if sometimes a challenge) to teach, and these 50 tips and ideas from the WeAreTeachers Helpline and around the Web are great to […
10 Simple Ways to Get Your Students Moving and Learning