Do you feel as though your morning wouldn’t be complete with out that delicious cup of hot coffee? I can’t get my day started without one or two cups. Well…… I feel the same way about morning meeting in my classroom. It’s the only way I like to kick off the day! Morning meeting is a staple in our classroom… Read More
I love to sit and plan all my teach points for each unit then come in and build the anchor text and anchor chart for support. I’ve been working this summer to map out our first grade teach points in reader’s workshop. I’ve finished the first four units. Unit 1- Launching Reader’s Workshop Unit 2- Adventures of a Fiction Reader… Read More
Y’all I just can’t seem to get away from the pink and green palate…… I mean no matter how many other colors I look at and think about, I’m always right back to where I started. This year I set up a PD/model classroom where we can all learn together and teachers can access material to use in their lessons…. Read More
Yay!!! It’s the annual back to school TPT sale. My cart is filled with goodies from all over! I can wait to hear about what everyone stocked up on. Everything in my TPT store is on sale.
Hey y’all! Last week we talked about how introducing a daily math journal into each day, has huge benefits for your little mathematicians. If you missed that post, you can see it here… Math Journaling Part 1. Do you ever find an idea easier or clearer after you have talked about it with someone? I mean really talk it through………. Read More
Hey y’all!! About 4 years ago, I realized that my kids needed more practice with problem solving and they needed a longer amount of time to do it. I also realized that I wanted them to be stronger communicators in order to deepen their understanding of the concepts. I decided to introduce math journaling into my math block. I wasn’t… Read More