Lacey, from The Fabulous Life of an Elementary Teacher, is hosting a 200 Follower Giveaway over at her blog! I am excited to be a part of it! I love her blog, and enjoy following her on Instagram (she’s @fabulouslifeofateacher). She’s organized three different sets of prizes: K-2, 3-5 (including my Fiction and Non-Fiction Text… Continue reading A “Fabulous” Giveaway!
Teachers Pay Teachers is throwing a huge Cyber Monday — and Tuesday! — Sale! But this is no ordinary TpT sale. It’s an “Awesome, site-wide, blow-the-doors-clear-off-the-barn SALE!” All products in my store will be discounted 28%! Just use Promo Code CYBER for the full discount. Check your wishlist – then check it twice! It’s time… Continue reading Huge TpT Cyber Monday + Tuesday Sale!
Students with reading disabilities tend to not read as much as their typically developing peers. That means that they don’t get exposed to the mentor texts that could potentially help them become better writers. This is one reason why I believe that even intermediate students should have opportunities to experience read-alouds. The benefit of… Continue reading The Writing Process in the LS Classroom – Part 2 of 5: Frameworks
I find the writing process to be one of the most difficult things to teach. Everything the student does in writing must come from his own thoughts and ideas. In math, there are a finite number of ways to get to the correct answer (and there’s always a correct answer), and I can guide… Continue reading The Writing Process in the LS Classroom – Part 1 of 5: Brainstorming
I am pretty excited about this. Aly from Just A Primary Girl had the phenomenal idea to combine the expertise of so many talented teachers around the blogosphere to create a collaborative blog where we could all share our ideas and resources. I will participate as one of the teachers with a special education… Continue reading #CollaborativeBlog Naming Contest – 20 TpT Products Giveaway!
Woo-hoo! We have a winner! Congratulations, Deb! Your items are on their way to you as we speak! I got a sneak-peek at all the other items that Deb won, and I am always impressed by everyone’s talent. There are so many teachers who go above and beyond for their students! Thanks so… Continue reading …And the Winner Is…
You’ve heard the adage, “There’s no such thing as a stupid question.” We want our students to take risks so that they can learn. That means we want them to ask questions, even if they think they’re the only one who doesn’t know the answer. But does the same hold true for wrong answers? Is… Continue reading Why?