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Engaging Lesson Plan Ideas and Exciting Projects for Summer Learning!

Summer Lesson Plan Ideas & Summer Projects That Make Learning Fun in the Sun! As the last school bell of the year rings and our students race off for their summer vacation, it’s easy to breathe a sigh of relief. We’ve made it! But as we all know, the learning never truly stops. I’ve spent two decades teaching bright young minds in 3rd, 4th, and

Team Building Activities For Elementary Students

Let’s Talk Team Building! Hey there, fellow educators! Today, we’re diving into the fun-filled world of team-building activities in the classroom. From my two decades of teaching 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders, I can tell you this – team building activities aren’t just fun and games. They’re also powerful tools for nurturing essential life skills in our students. They can foster everything from communication to

Unlocking Informational Texts: Nonfiction Text Features for Elementary Teachers

Non-Fiction Text Features – A MUST-TEACH! Hey teacher friends! Ready to tackle nonfiction text features??? Ever felt like you’re trying to crack a secret code when reading a nonfiction book with your students? You’re not alone. Teaching nonfiction text features can sometimes feel like explaining hieroglyphics to a room full of budding Indiana Joneses. But fear not, today we’re going to demystify these cryptic elements

Mastering Fractions with Fraction Anchor Charts

We all know how crucial it is to teach fractions to our upper elementary students. But sometimes, it can be a bit of a challenge to make sure they really grasp the concept. That’s where fraction anchor charts come in! These visual aids can be a game changer in helping students understand and remember fraction concepts. Let’s dive in and explore how you can revolutionize

End of the Year Teacher Reflections That Are For You! (not your principal!)

Reflect on all you’ve done this school year! As the school year draws to a close, it’s not uncommon for teachers to feel swamped and wonder if their tireless efforts have made a difference. Some time dedicated to teacher reflection can be just what you need! It’s no secret that teaching is a challenging career, but taking a moment to step back and acknowledge the

End of the Year Awards for Students: Celebrating Success

Thinking About End of the Year Awards For Your Students? Hey there, dedicated teachers! As we all know, recognizing our students’ hard work and achievements throughout the school year is crucial. End of the Year awards are the perfect way to do it! Celebrate your students before they embark on their well-deserved summer break. In this blog post, we’ll explore the idea of end of

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