Classroom, Elementary, Junior High, school

8 Tips to Set-Up Your Classroom with Different Teaching and Working Areas

If I was not a teacher, I think my dream job would be to design teacher classrooms. I swear, I could spend hours and hours at a time perusing Pinterest for different decor ideas, and I just love creating desginated spots in my own classroom for different activities. When you have designated areas in your… Continue reading 8 Tips to Set-Up Your Classroom with Different Teaching and Working Areas

Classroom, Elementary, High School, Junior High, school

Tips For Supporting Students With Messy or Disorganized Work

We all know how it feels to pick up a piece of student work to grade and not even be able to read it because it’s so messy. This can be frustrating because, not only is it difficult to decipher, we can’t crawl into a student’s hand and get them to print and draw clearer.… Continue reading Tips For Supporting Students With Messy or Disorganized Work

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Free Planner Pages for Teachers!

https://view.flodesk.com/pages/602c3fd2e6103d03d7a09cff Hello fellow educators! If you're anything like me, and basically every other teacher I know, you have a zillion (real stats) things going on each day. I have a lot of co-workers ask me how I keep on top of everything and one of my favourite things to do is help other teachers and… Continue reading Free Planner Pages for Teachers!

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13 Innovative Ways to Use Checklists to Organize Your Classroom and Tasks

I don’t know about you, but there are a bunch of things I do all the time, but not consistently enough to remember everything that needs to be done every time the task rolls around again. This happens all the time outside of the classroom with things like packing, re-threading my sewing machine, or making… Continue reading 13 Innovative Ways to Use Checklists to Organize Your Classroom and Tasks