Tag Archives: reader’s theater

Guest Post at Corkboard Connections!

Hi Everyone! Just wanted to share with you that I was fortunate to be able to write a guest post for Laura Candler’s blog Corkboard Connections, which is THE place to be for teaching ideas for grades 2-6. My post is about … Continue reading

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groundhog day classroom ideas

Groundhog Day is Sunday, and I have a feeling some of you are really hoping for an early spring. If you’re looking for some last minute Groundhog Day ideas that are more than just a worksheet, here are a few that … Continue reading

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end of the school year

As the year winds down, teachers are tired exhausted. Students, on the other hand, are little bundles of energy. You can see the energy radiating off of them. The it-is-almost-summer-I-can’t-sit-still-any-longer energy. Still, we must push through and keep them engaged … Continue reading

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Midweek List–fun Thanksgiving activities that don’t require worksheets

I was always bad about holidays in the classroom. This is terrible, I know, but I would often forget until the last minute that there even was a holiday. Usually by the time I remembered, I was too late to … Continue reading

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