Today we celebrate you, mothers! Enjoy this special day that honors the most important job in the world. I am so grateful to be celebrating my 20th year as a mom, today, myself. I’ve written about the the poem below previously, and it is public domain. You may download this image as a jpg by Read More…
We focus first on teaching reading for meaning, because understanding what we have read is the end goal, and what we have read previously gives context to help us solve that which lies ahead. Here are 6 ways to teach your beginning readers to ensure that their reading makes sense!
This post is the second of two posts about helping students with social and emotional regulation. The first post was about communicating feelings, social / emotional language, going cross-curricular and linking feelings and behaviors. This one covers kindness expectations, positive reinforcement, dedicated space, tools and strategies.
Dealing with issues related to social and emotional regulation have become a part of everyday life for many teachers. Here are 8 ways to help students with social emotional regulation (and still have time to teach!)
Do your students know how to break words down into syllables? Do they know how to sort? Here are some fun activities for sorting syllables, seasons and more – that you may have the materials for right in your own classroom! Free follow-up linked at the end!