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Differentiation can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. These blog posts help you explore “everything differentiation” so that you can implement it in your classroom to meet the needs of every. single. student. without pulling your hair out.
Helping Slow Moving Students
Do you have slow-moving students in your classroom? Do you know the students who take forever on each assignment? Should you just collect their work
Examples of I Do, We Do, You Do
A while back I wrote a blog post titled, I do, We do, You do that was quite a hit. But, it also left people
Ideas for Teaching How to Write a Paragraph
Many students struggle to put together one paragraph, let alone the multi-paragraph essays that common core requires them to do. Since they often lack the
5 Tips to Using Game-Based Learning
Let’s play a game! Those words can excite upper elementary students just as much as the younger set. Students of all ages love playing games,
5 Activities for Early Finishers in the Math Classroom
Math is a subject that students learn at different rates. While some of your students may struggle with number sense, other students may be ready
Generating Questions for Science Projects
As you know, science is a subject area that is near and dear to my heart. So, it’s natural that I’m going to jump on
4 Tips to Motivate Reluctant Readers
The best way to improve reading skills is by doing just that…reading. However, what can we do for children who are resistant to reading? How
How to Create a DIY Classroom Calendar
Does anyone remember the Everyday Math Calendars? I use to love doing those in my classroom with my students, even in the upper elementary grades.
10 Engaging Ways to Create Timelines
Teaching about timelines is a skill that crosses into language arts, science, and social studies, at the very least. It is often found as a
Why You SHOULD Be Using a Preassessment
A while back, I was talking to a friend of mine who is a teacher. Somehow, we got on the topic of assessments, and I
Assessing Electricity with Electric Vests
I love teaching about electricity. It is one of my favorite science units, and I am always trying to think of new ways to engage
Creating Readers with Reading Rally
Each year for reading month, I like to make sure I have lots of activities going on to emphasize just how important reading is. Some
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