Over the years, I’ve organized my library by genres, then by Accelerated Reading (AR) level, then AR level within genres and then nothing at all! Oh my! I loved it because it was so organized and made this semi-perfectionist heart smile. But with moving schools, classrooms, and states, my little library had to be sold […]
Oh my word? Have you ever spent hours at the end of the school year sorting through student work to put into a memory book? Have you ever lost your mind trying to figure out who stole the binding machine to put together books while you so desperately need to begin yours? Were you that teacher […]
Easy Classroom Organization is so dang important for so many reasons. Things run smoothly when everything is organized, promise! I want to share with you 10 easy tips that will help you in your class. 1. To-Do List I’m a list-girl. I’m the type of person who will add something to the list once it’s […]
If you’ve followed me by now, you know how much I love Instagram for my personal life, Easy Teaching Tools, and my classroom account. I’m a big believer in keeping parents in the loop so I created an account that my students are in charge of. Yes, you heard that right! Gradually releasing that responsibility […]
Do you have iPads, chrome books, and devices that you’re not sure how to store? I’ve got 3 easy tips to help you plus a freebie screen saver to organize your computers and devices over at The Primary Pack.
Every year since I was in high school, I turned crummy things around and made them positive every year when Thanksgiving rolled around. You know, I’m thankful for the farthest parking spot because it means I’m healthy to walk sort of thing. When I started blogging a few years ago, I used the same mentality […]
I’ve spent several years at Title I schools where parent volunteers were few and far between and I’ve also spent my time where I had so many parent volunteers I just didn’t know what to do with! Parent volunteers can be work, but it doesn’t have to be with these easy tips! I blogged over […]
I created a Math Station area where all of our manipulatives, tools, and games are stored. You can organize math centers, too! It’s great because when students are finished in my class, they know to leave the assignment on their desk since we’ll be grading it together as a class, and go work on something […]