This time of year is HARD! I’m canceling meetings because I have so many meetings scheduled that they are overlapping. This is on top of report cards, testing, conferences, IEP’s, and the list could just keep going on! If you’re a teacher, I know you’re right there with me! Continue reading
I have recently made a point of it to share my thoughts when a compliment pops into my mind. It’s nice to think positively, but I know it can make a much bigger impact when shared out loud. Here are a few heart warmers teachers have recently shared with me regarding my Sentence Building Unit:
“Brilliant way to improve sentence writing! Our school caters to a wide range of developmental delays and this helped ALL of my older guys write better sentences. Repetition with this product helps to remind them of all the aspects to a complete, good sentence. Loved this one!” ~Jamie B.
“Practical and useful….love this product!” ~Amanda
“Thank you! Love that this scaffolds where needed and allows for differentiation. Just what I was looking for!” ~buyer
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I love the uplifting quotes floating around the internet and decided to format a few of my favorites. These can be printed out as small posters or cards ~ perfect for posting next to your computer screen or on your file cabinet. Best of all, they’re free. Just click the link below for the freebies. Enjoy!
Welcome! While introducing map skills and geography, I couldn’t believe the basic map skills my students were lacking. Our social studies text is too vague, and the story Me on the Map wasn’t enough. So, I had the idea to put together a differentiated “Where in the World Am I?” booklet.