Minds in Bloom is thrilled to have Dr. Erica Warren back to the blog today. Dr. Warren is sharing information about screening students for dyslexia and how to support them if and when a formal diagnosis is given. Continue reading to learn more! When considering the estimates that 1 in 10 people have dyslexia and that there are successful teaching methods available for this
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We are so excited to have Tanya from The Butterfly Teacher guest blogging for us today! Tanya has written an excellent post about an important topic: getting your students to listen without yelling. Give her post a read, and we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments! Let’s begin with a little visualization exercise: Imagine Teacher Tanya saying very calmly to her students, “Ok,
Those of you who follow Minds in Bloom know I don’t do many group giveaways, but this one was just too good to pass up! I love this giveaway because you have many opportunities to win! Another great thing about this one is the prizes. You could win: A $200 Teachers Pay Teachers Giftcard A $100 Amazon Giftcard One of two $100 Teachers Pay Teachers
Reach high! Reach high up! Up to the top! To life lessons! It is the very reason we read. Open a children’s book, and open a window to the world of wisdom. Bringing the literary world to your students in the early years nourishes them in ways that they will hunger for more pages of worldly advice and admirable characters as they grow older.