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Scheduling Your Distance Teaching Day

This is the end of 3 weeks of Distance Teaching for me! I definitely feel like things are starting to mesh a little bit better. I even said on Thursday, "Wow! This week went kind of fast". Even though routines were set in place before, they are going more smoothly. My kids are getting the hang of it and are starting to really like this learning from home thing. This last week I spiced up ... Read More about Scheduling Your Distance Teaching Day

Letters to Santa

Every little kid loves to write a letter to Santa. Do you still remember writing your lists? I do! I loved to slip it into the mail box when I was done. Do you wonder where all the letters addressed to Santa end up? Have you noticed that lately kids will not really write a letter to Santa but just a list. It’s just: Dear Santa, I want a new skateboard computer ... Read More about Letters to Santa

How to celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day

It's September and Fall is coming soon which means it is time to learn about apples and Johnny Appleseed! Johnny Appleseed Day is on September 26th, so that gives us all month to prepare and learn. I enjoy teaching about tall tales and fairy tales and love reading them to my students too. The stories always peak their interest. It always surprises me how many haven’t heard of them ... Read More about How to celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day

Classroom Mailboxes

The end of the day in an elementary class can be so chaotic without the use of specific classroom routines. When I first started teaching, part of the end of the day routine was passing out all the papers that I had graded or that needed to be returned. We also had numerous school papers from the office that needed to go home. I am a huge fan of using the students as helpers, but when it ... Read More about Classroom Mailboxes

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