Are you having a problem with tattling in the classroom or at home? Do you have a difficult time helping students to differentiate between informing and tattling? If so, here is a great freebie lesson on how to teach students how to give important information and work out simple conflicts on their own. In addition, there is a home and school connection piece that supports parent involvement by providing a take-home activity for students and parents to do together! Check it out here....
I often get many questions about how I plan prior to working with collaborating teachers. Today, I am sharing my collaborating teacher checklist I use to go through expectations, behaviors, etc with teachers. Click to come on over!
Hi everyone! :) Hope back to school is going well for you... I just posted on TPT about a animal cell jello experiment.. I performed it today with my kids and they LOVED it, and they remember all the terminology and why cells are important.. nothing is better than hands-on activities..
Having your students perform a classroom job can be a great way to foster responsibility and create a sense of community. Here is a two page classroom jobs description sheet and an application for students to list their top five choices and qualifications. Both are left in Excel for you to customize to your needs.
If you like it, just head over to my blog to grab yours for free!
Here is a great book review and two FREEBIES to go along with the book If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff. If you follow this link you will also have access to other websites and resources that you can use to enhance your read aloud.