Setting Up a Guest Reader Program in Your Classroom - Babbling Abby
I am a BIG proponent of having guest readers in our classroom for several reasons. First of all, it's one way to bridge the gap between home and school. Parents, grandparents, and even older siblings were always welcomed to be a guest reader and their student was always OVER THE MOON when they had a family member show up in the classroom to read. This is a great program for all elementary grades, from preschool through fifth!
Susan Jones Teaching: First Week of School Activities and a FREEBIE!
The first week of school is all about teaching the rules and expectations in your classroom! These activities and crafts are the perfect way for your first grade students to get prepared for the year!
Joanne Miller on Instagram: “I wanted to share this simple and inexpensive idea with you! 😊I made these "we're ready" light buttons to use next year! (Even though I…”
I wanted to share this simple and inexpensive idea with you! I made these "we're ready" light buttons to use next year! (Even though I haven't finished packing my classroom! ) I plan to use them to hold all students in each group accountable for getting ready to learn! I'll use them to signal when groups are ready to share their thinking, when they all agree on something, or ready for transitions. #teachers #iteach #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #teacherspayteache...
FIDGET SPINNERS IN THE CLASSROOM STEM PROJECT
Fidget Spinners in the classroom driving you crazy? Try these high-interest activities, STEM challenges, and learn how to take a trend and turn it into a math and science lesson students will love. Includes a FREE download activity and printables for using fidget spinners in the classroom.