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December 19, 2016

Monday: 

In my classroom, we do Grinch Week. That means we spend all week learning about the Grinch.  I start the excitement with a morning message a drawing of the Grinch. (I was at an IEP meeting with this year's big reveal.) Then, we read the The Grinch Who Stol...

August 19, 2016

 This year, we switched from a curriculum night to a Back to School Night (or a Meet the Teacher Night). Instead of us just talking at the parents. We provided all of the information about our curriculum in a folder and gave the students and parents a chance to explore...

July 8, 2016

I sent home a worksheet that parents filled out with out their student of the vocabulary words we are going to cover. The parents with their child wrote the vocabulary terms and how to say it in their home language.

I have the students teach their classmates how to say...

November 8, 2015

 

I could not wait to share my engagement with some of the most important little people in my life. Every Monday morning, we read our over the weekend journal. So I hide my own journal among them. I surprised them and took it out and said whose is this? And one of my re...

November 7, 2015

 In Reading Street, they introduced adjectives right around Halloween. Writing about monsters is a great way to use adjectives because there are so many ways to describe them. 

 

 

 We described the different monsters. These monsters were perfect for coming up with a...

November 7, 2015

 

This was a great way to organize and show students what different nouns can be. Each student got a picture and had to tell me if their picture was a person, place or thing. This is a great way to explicit and concretely teach nouns to not only ELL students but all stu...

September 7, 2015

This are posters that you will find in every room of our school. The norms are consistent throughout the school. They are great for young learners because it is in simple language and straight to the point. You can buy them at my store. click here-----> Classroom Norm...

September 7, 2015

 Every day we do a different letter. 

 

We start of our day with morning seat work. They have to find the letter of the day. This allows me to do attendance while practice recognize the letter. It also works on not scribbling.  These are a part of my alphabet superh...

September 7, 2015

 

I have these posters hanging by my guided reading table. I refer to them before we start reading to remind students what they should be doing while reading. Free for 12 hours! 

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FLASH-FREEBIE-How-to-be-a-super-reader-anch...

September 5, 2015

 

I cannot wait to use this in my classroom! It is an alphabet chant and movement (similar to Jolly phonics but my own version). The students do the actions with the letters! For example they say "A apple /a/ /a/ /a/" and pretend to eat an apple as they say the letter s...

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