Whatever the occasion, you’re sure to find an appropriate recognition for your learners using this healthy list of awards for students.
To reduce monotony that comes with distance learning, sprinkle within your virtual lesson plans these fun brain breaks for online learning!
You’ll never be at a loss for words using these parent-teacher conference comments. Positive comments and those for challenging students.
Structure procedures and routines in your elementary class using C.H.A.M.P.S Classroom Management, and watch behaviors transform. See examples
Elementary students will be thrilled with this list of energizing brain breaks for 5th grade kids. 3rd and 4th graders will love them, too!
Find classroom wish list examples that provide you with ideas for compiling your own teacher dream wish list.
Quickly assess what your learners “took away” from your virtual lesson using these simple Google Slides/Google Forms digital exit tickets.
To plan weekly activities faster, a simple lesson plan template is key. Discover how easy it is to customize and download our free templates.
Whether you’re a new or seasoned educator, this first day of school checklist for teachers prepares you to start the year with a bang!
Here’s the complete list of small moments mentor texts you need to have on hand as you plan your narrative writing unit in writer’s workshop.
Tired of your students running to tell you EVERYTHING about EVERYONE? These read aloud books about tattling will help you tame the problem!
Dive into this huge list of mentor texts for writing to use with 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students! Includes various genre examples.