Between navigating distance learning and trying to dodge COVID-19, you probably don’t have a lot of time on your hands. Let me take lesson planning
Halloween looks so different this year, it’s scary. The thrill of chasing candy door-to-door has been replaced by virtual costume contests and socially-distanced pumpkin carving.
I’m a big fan of interactive QR code bulletin boards, and it’s always a bonus when I can get my students to create their own
Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite FREE iPad apps for practicing addition. We are so fortunate to have 1:1 iPads in our second
Here’s another reading freebie for you, which I used in guided reading this week. We’ve been practicing using various strategies to figure out unknown words
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m trying to incorporate more nonfiction into my reading instruction because of the new Common Core Standards. I