I use these Whole Brain Teaching attention getters on a daily basis with my ELL students. These attention getters are a great way to improve your classroom management. I usually pick one or two to teach the class at the beginning of the year. Then every month or every few weeks, I introduce a new attention getter, which my students can't wait for!!
Getting your sub binder ready is a breeze! This editable substitute binder includes 20 forms that you can type right into. The adorable cover (add your own name!), note to the sub, bell schedule, regular, alternate, and specials schedules are included. Forms included for school & staff info, classroom info, arrival & dismissal, classroom management, emergency procedures & more! An end of the day form is included. Perfect for short and long term subs! **Also part of my Ready To Go Sub
Missing homework is a common problem for many teachers. Here is a simple system that will hopefully make dealing with it easier. A quick slip to send home to parents and a tracking sheet is all you need.
These back to school Meet Your Teacher Postcards are the perfect way to greet your students before they even walk through your door on that first day of school! They will feel so special getting this in the mail! Plus the resource is completely editable
Do you need ideas about how to prepare for your first year teaching? Are you overwhelmed with no idea where to start? This post focuses on strategies to mentally prepare for your first year of teaching. // Adventures of a Schoolmarm
Ever wondered how to make candles? These Easy DIY Pineapple Candles are SO simple to make, and they smell amazing! Makes a great DIY gift idea for friends, family, teachers, neighbors, and more! via @hiHomemadeBlog