How do your students store their supplies? I actually typed a long-winded explanation/brief history of supplies in my classroom but decided that being short and to the point might be a better option since it’s so close to back to school time and I know how precious time is right now! So here’s the quick version. I don’t like pencil… Read More
Here you will find nifty resources and ideas to help manage and organize your classroom like the superhero that we know all teachers are!
Name tags, name plates, desk plates – you know – those things you stick down on your students’ desks that have their name on them. They come in handy at the beginning of the year when you are trying to learn names, for substitute teachers to easily identify students at their seats and yes – they help students remember how… Read More
I had the wonderful opportunity to attend a Whole Brain teaching training in my district back in April. Chris Biffle and Chris Rekstad were awesome! They have amazing ideas and were very inspiring! If you don’t know much about whole brain teaching, check out their website – wholebrainteaching.com I will be implementing aspects of whole brain teaching into my classroom even more… Read More
I have always had a treasure box in my classroom. I bought a big wooden one from Joann several years ago and painted it gold and boy I thought it was really great. And it was. For awhile. Now I am so sick of the whole “treasure box” idea. It really is time consuming to let every student visit the… Read More
This new attendance theme coordinates with all of my Super Hero Kids themed items. Make taking attendance fun by using your SmartBoard. This theme comes with directions and kids of various ethnicities so you can customize it to match your students! Now available on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Several of you have requested a SmartBoard attendance theme to coordinate with my jungle/safari themed items. I whipped up this Monkey theme and it turned out pretty cute! Students simply drag a bunch of bananas to their name to show they are at school. Monkeys with no bananas are students that are absent. This is now available on Teachers Pay… Read More