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Calendar Math is one of the quickest ways to integrate student leadership, mathematical thinking, and routine in the classroom. It can foster problem solving skills, communication skills, and even leadership. All of this happens in a matter of 10-15 minutes, I kid you not!
My school is making the big shift to a basal this year. I have NEVER used one and I am a little bit excited/intrigued/terrified. I am excited to have a guide, but I’m afraid of feeling blocked in. On the first day that I had access to my classroom, I was reminded of the PALLETS ON PALLETS ON PALLETS that we unloaded with all of our Wonders materials. Are we going to feel suffocated? Continue reading
No matter if it’s your first year teaching or your first time in first grade, the first day of school can be INTIMIDATING. In this post, I wanted to share with you some resources I use and my schedule for my first day of first grade! If you’re just joining me in this series, check out Part One and Part Two by clicking on the links! Continue reading
No matter if it’s your first year teaching or your first time in first grade, the first day of school can be INTIMIDATING. In this series of blog posts, I wanted to share with you some things that have worked for me when preparing for my first days of school. If you missed last week’s post, you can check it out here. Today, let’s focus on what to do before the kids even arrive. Continue reading