I wanted to share how I use (and have used for several years) a token economy in my classroom. I taught at different PBIS/PBS schools for 7 ...
As part of our folktale unit in 2nd grade, we spend about two weeks reading different versions of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. There ar...
I always like to think of January "back to school" as sort of a reset after Christmas Break. Everyone feels refreshed, and ready t...
Every year I spend about two weeks reading gingerbread stories, and doing all the gingerbread things. My BEST tip: do your gingerbread uni...
December is jam-packed with lots of holidays, and celebrations. Just with any other time of the year, I love having read-alouds that complim...
I'm going to keep this short, and to the point. I wanted my students to write about what they're thankful for, but I didn't ju...
Halloween seems an appropriate day to dust off the cobwebs on my little ol' blog, and share some of my favorite Thanksgiving read-alouds...
It's no secret that I love books! I especially love books that help my students understand kindness, community, friendships, and teach...
It's no secret that I am a MAJOR fan of class jobs - I mean...many hands make light work, right? Aside from having 20 or so helpers arou...
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