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Apps, Classroom Management, and Early Finishers: #TeachChat Archive

It was BYOQ – Bring Your Own Question Night at #TeachChat on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 and our Really Good Teachers did not disappoint!  Armed with great questions and even better advice and tips, they discussed everything from apps to classroom management to the importance of making sure children have enough to eat before trying to
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11 Free Reading Websites for Kids
November 2013 |
Looking for free websites to use during reading centers? Check out these 11 free options.

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I Spy Sunday: Recognizing Kindness


I Spy Sunday:  Recognizing Kindness

Kindness counts and this week’s I Spy Giveaway product helps students recognize the kindness of their classmates. Build a strong classroom community while helping students bring out the best in one another. Constructed of high-quality material, this durable pocket chart could be yours if you correctly identify it from the Really Good Stuff website. Read
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Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences


Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist Parent Teacher Conferences should be renamed Family Teacher Conferences since more and more students are being raised by grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings. Regardless of the name, conferences are an important component of the school to home connection. The family and the teacher can sit down and truly discuss
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10 Free Educational Android Apps


10 Free Educational Android Apps

When looking for free educational apps, Android users are often left out as lists are overwhelmingly for Apple products.  If you are lucky enough to have an Android tablet device in your classroom, never fear – there are plenty of free and educational apps for you to download.  Below are 10 apps you might want
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Easing Test-Taking Anxiety in the Elementary Grades


Easing Test-Taking Anxiety in the Elementary Grades

  For the youngest test-takers, anxiety about the unknown can be overwhelming. In fact, test anxiety can start as early as Kindergarten! Thankfully, some Really Good Teachers are filled with ideas to ease the minds of the youngest students.



Planting the Seeds of Summer Learning


Planting the Seeds of Summer Learning

by Steve Reifman, Monthly Columnist Fox television’s “24” is one of my favorite shows of all time. Its fast-paced, non-stop action inspired me several years ago to create my Chase Manning Mystery Series for children 8-12 years of age, and it also provides the launching point for this month’s article. During one of the show’s
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Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity


Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity

Infusing seasonal items into the classroom is an easy way to relate learning to everyday life.  With Easter on the horizon, plastic eggs are everywhere.  With a Sharpie marker in hand, you can quickly and easily turn them into fun math manipulatives for centers.  This is one center that can be completed in about 15
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Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity


Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity

Infusing seasonal items into the classroom is an easy way to relate learning to everyday life.  With Easter on the horizon, plastic eggs are everywhere.  With a Sharpie marker in hand, you can quickly and easily turn them into fun math manipulatives for centers.  This is one center that can be completed in about 15
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Apps, Classroom Management, and Early Finishers: #TeachChat Archive


Apps, Classroom Management, and Early Finishers: #TeachChat Archive

It was BYOQ – Bring Your Own Question Night at #TeachChat on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 and our Really Good Teachers did not disappoint!  Armed with great questions and even better advice and tips, they discussed everything from apps to classroom management to the importance of making sure children have enough to eat before trying to
continue reading


Apps, Classroom Management, and Early Finishers: #TeachChat Archive
Apps, Classroom Management, and Early Finishers: #TeachChat Archive

It was BYOQ – Bring Your Own Question Night at #TeachChat on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 and our Really Good Teachers did not disappoint!  Armed with great questions and even better advice and tips, they discussed everything from apps to classroom management to the importance of making sure children have enough to eat before trying to
continue reading

Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity
Math Eggs – A Classroom Craft Activity

Infusing seasonal items into the classroom is an easy way to relate learning to everyday life.  With Easter on the horizon, plastic eggs are everywhere.  With a Sharpie marker in hand, you can quickly and easily turn them into fun math manipulatives for centers.  This is one center that can be completed in about 15
continue reading

Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences or Family Teacher Conferences

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist Parent Teacher Conferences should be renamed Family Teacher Conferences since more and more students are being raised by grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings. Regardless of the name, conferences are an important component of the school to home connection. The family and the teacher can sit down and truly discuss
continue reading