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Today is my first official day of summer vacay and can I just tell you I am lovin’ it?! Mainly because I got to sleep in this am…  So yesterday was the last day of school and although it was low key, it was very productive! I spent the am helping a fellow teacher clean …

Looking for an end of year activity that is camping themed? Second Grade Training Camp will get your first graders ready for second grade!

First Grade Wow: Beginning of the Year Forms

Hello Everyone! No, this is not a post about Daily 5! Sorry! I'll get back to that in a bit. For now I wanted to share some quick forms that I have parents fill out at Meet the Teacher Night. (or bring home and send back!) I have included in this little packet: a parent questionaire, an "At a Glance" student info card, a little "First Homework" (bring your fav book to school), and a safe snack notice. I have found all of these to be extremely helpful and important to starting the year off…

Free Printable! "Get to Know You" activity for the first week of school! Updated for this school year. Includes a blank so you can make your own!

Description **UPDATED: I have removed ALL dates so you are free to use whenever! Use this at the beginning of the year to get to know your students. Way more fun than a regular worksheet with a list of questions. If you really want to get them working - tell them they can even use 'text message' language! There are 2 pages here. The first one is math specific, the 2nd is for any subject, and the third is blank. You can copy paste it into Word and make text boxes over it if you'd like to make…

Back-to-School Freebie: Student info forms

Hello there! Renee here from Fantastic First Grade Froggies . Summer is here in my neck of the woods and you would think that school would...

Getting Ahead of the Game, Week # 2

I am back today for Week #2 of my Tuesday summer blog series called, "Getting Ahead of the Game." Each week I will give you a little project to help you be ready for August.

FREE Here's an easy way to keep track of student information and parent contacts all in one!Print back to back.On one side is all the student in...

FREE Here's an easy way to keep track of student information and parent contacts all in one!Print back to back.On one side is all the student in...

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Ultimate all-in-one lesson planner for teachers, tutors, and homeschooling parents. Must have Back to School item for teachers. ➡️ Track your Important dates ➡️ Student Info with their parent names and Contact numbers ➡️ To-Do list before the term ➡️ Time Table (Daily schedule) ➡️ Term Plan - Plan your lessons weekly (36 Weeks) ➡️ Yearly Timeline (2 pages Spread) ➡️ Student Grade Tracker ➡️ Student Homework Tracker ➡️ Undated Monthly Calendar (2 PAGE SPREAD - 12 months - 24 PAGES)
When you're sick, the last thing you want to do is create or organize sub plans...Especially in the craziness of January! Here are 3 full days of engaging lesson plans and activities for third and fourth grades. All located in Google slides, these sub plans are digital AND printable! Just assign the student activities, email or print the detailed sub lessons and you can rest easy! No more worrying and stressing over getting sub plans together!
This interactive Google slide deck helps students articulate their life story! Help your students learn to share past, present, and future goals through digital slide worksheets. These activities have audio prompts, speech-to-text, and drag and drop functions so your student can engage in ways best for their learning! Visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store to view and download this lesson plan!
The instant move to displace responsibility for student learning outcomes onto marginal practices or regional trends forecloses the interrogation of actual public school norms. // My Twitter mentions filled up w/ppl trying to explain "my student didn't know about WII" by "maybe she's homeschooled" (she wasn't; I was) or "oh well she was from ___" (plenty of students NOT from ___ are also missing similarly critical info). // Let's unpack.