As the new year begins, one of THE most important things we can do to help make it a GREAT year is to BUILD RELATIONSHIPS with each chil...
Cliques, bullying, and lying are just a few challenges teachers and parents work through with children. These problems can not only crea...
As students grow up in our classrooms, one of the most important duties we have as teachers and citizens is to help our students develop...
Ahhhh...the first week of school. You have your LONG list of to-dos you needed to complete during your work week, and naturally, your week...
Do you start your days with morning meetings? Morning meetings are a great time to review previously taught lessons, work on community b...
Pinterest is certainly buzzing with pins galore, and we teachers are spending our free time scanning those pins for the perfect classroo...
As we are introducing the alphabet letters and sounds to our kindergarten students, we are setting the stage for beginning reading. In...
Do you ever have assistance from parents or paraprofessionals and struggle with what to have them work on with your students? Are you ...
After a tough year, you might feel defeated and wonder about whether teaching is for you. Let me stop you right there and share ...
During the summer, it can be really challenging to keep kids motivated to read. There are many competing issues including activities ki...
Many reading specialists and classroom teachers are fans of Reading A to Z. I used it for many years to support content area instructi...