FREE Lesson organizers - teacher organization printables for copies and papers
How do you keep your lessons and materials organized each day, each week and each month? I am so visual, and I love to be organized so I can focus all of my time on teaching when my kiddos are with me. I try to have all of my copies made, organized and prepped so I can just pull and teach every da
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Hey Hey! I LOVE my dry erase pockets and I never thought to write a blog post about them, but I use them practically daily in my classroom so I thought I would share some of my favorite uses for them! Make a simple template like the ones I have below, and post them on your door! All you have to do is change and the board each day, super simple! This is great for reviewing concepts throughout the year! I love Kahoot, but sometimes we don't have the time to make a Kahoot or…
1st Grade Goals I Can Skill Sheet (First Grade Common Core Standards Overview)
THIS 1 PAGE DOCUMENT DOES NOT CONTAIN ALL FIRST GRADE STANDARDS. YOU CAN FIND THE VERSION WITH ALL STANDARDS HERE:1st Grade Common Core Standard Visual Reference Guideor a bundle of the •First Grade Common Core Standards Overview, •First Grade Commo...
10 Math Center Organization Tips to Save You Hours of Prep Work! - Teaching with Jillian Starr
Staying organized is the #1 way I have found to save time! Finding the right systems can take time, but once you have it, say hello to all of the hours you didn’t know you had! Below is the math area of my classroom. Today, I’m going to break down 10 of my favorite math center organization tips that really work! One way that I
This set of Morning Meeting ideas includes powerpoint slides of 20 greetings, 20 shares, 20 activities, and 6 morning message templates that can be used digitally and projected every day, or can be printed as cards, laminated, and put on binder rings. Also included are blank templates in case you'd ...
Somewhere along the way, data became a four-letter word. I'm sure it all started back when lawmakers became more focused on test scores and less on students...and High Stakes Testing became the only thing that