Why use an annotation tool? An annotation tool allows you to turn print resources into digital resources. It provides a way for students to mark their answers on worksheets or activities without the need for printers and pencils. This type of resource is invaluable when remote teaching or when your district limits the number of paper copies you can use in your classroom. Watch the
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Math Workshop doesn’t have to be hard! Since my very first year teaching, I’ve been obsessed with student-centered classrooms. I found that hosting a math workshop was the best way to keep kids having fun and learning. But, as much as I wanted a true math workshop format in my class, I was limited by my lack of resources. The textbook just didn’t cut it.
FREE, customizable presentation I’ve been in the curriculum creation business for quite a while now! I LOVE IT! I look at it as my creative outlet. I get to write a little, do a little graphic design, and package it all up pretty. Did you know my very first product I sold on Teachers Pay Teachers was a back-to-school presentation? I made it because I
When you think of task cards, you probably think about centers, games, and other hands-on activities. You might not think you can use them with distance learning, but there are actually several ways to use task cards when teaching remotely. Here are some ideas to get you started: If you send home packets for students to work on at home, you could also send home
Whether you are teaching in person this year or online (or both!) Brain Breaks are more important than ever! Many of the natural opportunities to move, like going to a specialist, working in groups, or even going to recess are not a part of the distance learning classroom. Further, you may not be able to use many of your favorite Brain Breaks because they involve