Teaching world geography is a passion, and something that I feel strongly needs to be incorporated into every classroom, whether it's part of your curriculum or not. A quote hangs on the walls in my classroom: "If you want to ... Read More
Providing a safe space for small children to safely navigate big feelings is important. When students are feeling overwhelmed by their emotions, they often need space to be alone. In a classroom environment that can be ... Read More
Logic games and logic puzzles are a great way to support the development of a growth mindset. Developing a growth mindset is an essential part of our jobs as educators. We have a responsibility to teach our students how to ... Read More
Free Hundred Chart Puzzles & Mats
Help reinforce the structure of the Hundred Chart (and have fun) with these FREE Hundred Chart Puzzles! There are 20 different puzzles for both the 1-100 and 0-99 charts.
Our words, actions, and content choices can either break down, or perpetuate gender stereotypes: the choice is ours! I have worked hard over the last ten years to become mindful about the choices I make every day that can potentially ... Read More
The end of the year can be an emotional time for our students. While many are excited for summer, most still don't like change (I mean, most adults don't either!) However, the end of a school year means that change is ... Read More
I'm here today to share one of my FAVORITE back to school activities with you: Friend Wanted Ads! This activity is perfect for helping students build new relationships at the beginning of the year. The anonymity boosts confidence ... Read More