A few of my friends from the Primary Chalkboard blog are linking up to show you our must have resources for back to school. It's a great...

Tweet birds and chevron collage by Creative Teaching Press Style by Inspired In Style www.inspiredinstyle.com

Tweet birds and chevron collage by Creative Teaching Press Style by Inspired In Style www.inspiredinstyle.com

Are they chewing up your pencils and breaking your crayons? Here are some ideas to help classroom teachers.

Best of Teacher HELPLINE!: What to Do When Students Mishandle Supplies

Are they chewing up your pencils and breaking your crayons? Here are some ideas to help classroom teachers.

Teaching in Progress is written by veteran teacher and curriculum designer, Nikki Sabiston.  She shares classroom management strategies, techniques, and ideas and creates teaching resources to enhance literacy, math, and behavior management in the elementary classroom.

Even Middle School Boys Notice!

Teaching in Progress is written by veteran teacher and curriculum designer, Nikki Sabiston. She shares classroom management strategies, techniques, and ideas and creates teaching resources to enhance literacy, math, and behavior management in the elementary classroom.

A quick and easy Sub Station made in under half an hour! Adorable stationary set from Target!! No Prep Sub Resources from Mrs Henry in First!

Sub Station Kit

Adding your kids' names and pictures to your word wall is a great way to create interest. Make name cards for your classroom word wall with the free template. Directions are included in the article. These would be great for a preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, early childhood classroom. They can also be used for other name activities and labeling cubbies etc. throughout your classroom.

Name Cards: Make Name Cards for Your Word Wall

Adding your kids' names and pictures to your word wall is a great way to create interest. Make name cards for your classroom word wall with the free template. Directions are included in the article. These would be great for a preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, early childhood classroom. They can also be used for other name activities and labeling cubbies etc. throughout your classroom.

Five Ways to Strengthen Your Classroom Discipline

Five Ways To Strengthen Your Classroom Discipline

When I was a new teacher, the last thing I thought I would need help with with classroom management and discipline. I figured my lessons would be so engaging and I would be so interactive and entertaining, that discipline would just take care of itself. Y

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