What Would You Do With $250 in Free School Supplies? Would you buy new dry erase boards? Maybe you have your eye on a great pocket chart stand that you would love to have? What three things are on your Most Wanted list? Really Good Stuff and Hot Chalk’s Lesson Plans Page want to know!
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by Steve Reifman, Monthly Columnist At the beginning of each school year, it is important for teachers to address the following four priorities. Giving these critical areas the time and emphasis they deserve will pay big dividends for you, your students, and their families.
Back-to-school is upon us! Do you have what you need to be ready? Check out the list below and leave a comment if your must-have item is missing!
Need some last minute back-to-school resources for the first day of school? The 20 activities and teaching resources below are sure to help make those first few days of school much less stressful.
by Hadar Maor, Monthly Columnist With another school year around the corner, I’m sure there are many things on your mind! Setting up the perfect bulletin boards, making new name tags, sharpening hundreds of pencils! And on top of all of that, making sure that your students feel welcome in their new classroom. What’s a
by Lori Wolfe, Monthly Columnist As we head back to our classroom and prepare for a new school year, many of us will find English Language Learners (ELLs) on our rosters. I would like to share some ideas used to establish a warm, and supportive learning environment for second language learners.
Using Children’s Books to Ease the Transition to Preschool or Kindergarten by Marissa Kiepert Truong
by Marissa Kiepert Truong, Guest Blogger With the new school year approaching fast, anxiety is sure to be running high. Teachers are busy planning every detail of the first few months that lie ahead, while parents and young children are nervously awaiting an important transition in their lives to preschool or kindergarten. For many children
The first day of school can give even the most experienced teachers butterflies. What will the new year be like? How eager to learn will this class of students be? The worries and excitement build to a fevered pitch as student enters the classroom on that first morning. Being prepared and having a plan for
It’s that time again! School is about to start and getting your bulletin boards in order is a top priority. No matter what your classroom theme is, the three ideas below are sure to transform your empty boards into a welcoming display for students and families.
Every other week, Really Good Stuff hosts #TeachChat, a Twitter based teacher chat. If you missed the chat on July 27, 2011 about Back to School, be sure to read both Part 1 and Part 2 of the transcript. Be sure to scroll down and start reading from the bottom