Today, we have a guest blog post from Stephanie at Teaching in Room 6 where she explains a handy little tool she uses for comprehension reading strategies and even provides a freebie for you as well! Make sure to stop by her blog to say hello! Reading comprehension is such an important skill for our students to have, yet is it very tricky to teach. There is just SO much to it! Explicitly teaching the strategies that we as adults do so readily in our head (such as predicting, ... Read More about Reading Strategy Resource!
Fall has so many fun themes! I don't know about you, but it is absolutely my favorite time of year! I love when we get to learn about pumpkins, bats, and spiders! These free cut and paste activities are an engaging activity for fall or Halloween. Download them HERE! Find more Halloween themed freebies below! Pumpkin Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture Pumpkin Printables Crankenstein Writing Pumpkin Poem Template ... Read More about Free Bat & Spider Labeling Activites
Howdy friends! I was farting around in some old files and realized I had this super cute dog clip art set that was just hanging out for a rainy day. And, as it turns out, it has been raining all day and is supposed to continue into tomorrow - lol! I have gotten a lot of requests for the Common Core Planning Packs in a dog theme, and while I don't really have time to complete all of that, I figured I would throw together a quick freebie for you to enjoy regardless. :) I created a ... Read More about Free Dog Theme Reading Log
If you head back to school chances are masks will be a part of your or your students schooling for some time! Here are some back to school student and teacher mask hacks and ideas to help ease the transition and get students familiar with face coverings in school! Learn some Student Mask Chants Learning some mask chants that students could use and know would be great for in-person or transition from distance to in-person seated instruction. Make your social distancing classroom a ... Read More about Social Distance Classroom – Mask Ideas for teachers!
Hi everyone! Seems like I haven't posted a video in FOREVER! So, here is a super short and simple one - only 4 minutes long! Hope you enjoy and make sure to grab your free download as well! Click Here for your Freebie If you have a second, I would love to know how you might use the idea from the video in your classroom? Leave me a comment below! ~Charity This post originally appeared at Organized Classroom. ... Read More about Math Popsicle Pattern Cards