How are your students' inferencing skills? I'm guessing they aren't great, since many students struggle with making inferences. Our guest blogger shares about her "Think Deep Thursday" strategy, where she zeroes in on inferences and helps her students infer successfully!

Thinking Deep with Inferencing

Hi y’all! It’s Katie “Texas” from Rock and Teach. I’m a fourth grade teacher in the great state of Texas. I’m so excited to be

Kids don't always understand how they should be thinking about what they learn in order to really analyze and understand the information. This post, which tells you how to make thinking visible, provides several fun activities that you can do with your class to help them better understand their learning. Click through to read the whole post!

Make Thinking Visible

Hey there! I’m Kathie from Tried and True Teaching Tools, and I am beyond excited to be guest blogging today at Rachel Lynette’s Minds in Bloom!

Have you ever heard of roadschooling? Learn about how families that travel more often than not can still homeschool their children while on the road!

Roadschooling through the Common Core

My name is Jen Schneider, and I’m from The Learning Wagon. I’m a public school teacher turned virtual school teacher turned roadschooling mama. Roadschooling is

It's extremely important for teachers to use patience and give grace when drawing out the child who stutters in the classroom. Our guest blogger, a speech-language pathologist, provides some insight into how students with stutters might be feeling and provides several tips for helping them find success when asked to speak in the classroom. Click through to read more.

Drawing Out the Child Who Stutters

Please welcome Kim Lewis to Minds in Bloom today. Kim is a speech-language pathologist, and she’s sharing her tips on supporting students who struggle with

Puppets make a great addition to any classroom but especially to an English Language Arts classroom. Our guest blogger shares her tips on how to incorporate puppet play into your class routine and even shares tips for dialogue and assessment!

Puppets in the Classroom

Lynn, the author behind TiePlay Educational Resources, is with us today sharing her insight on how to use puppets in the classroom. Your students will

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