Are you using Seesaw this year in your classroom? In this post, I wanted to share some of my favorite tips for using Seesaw. What’s great about Seesaw is that while most teachers are using it now for distance learning, there are others who have been using it as a digital portfolio for years! If […]
In the times of distance learning, it can be difficult to build your classroom community in the ways that teachers are used to. I wanted to share 3 easy tips for building a classroom community virtually. Before I dive in, I wanted to let you know that you can watch/listen to all the information in […]
Morning meeting was always one of my favorite times to spend with my students in the classroom. It was a time to build community, connect, review skills, and set the tone for the rest of the day. While many of us will be starting the year through distance learning, I wanted to share some ways […]
Are you starting the year with distance learning?! I know many schools all around the country are preparing to begin remotely and many have already started. To help you out, I wanted to share 5 tips for beginning the year remotely. If you want to go ahead and watch (or listen to) these tips instead […]
Do you buy everything on Amazon like me?! It is slightly embarrassing, but the convenience of getting everything I need delivered to my house within 48 hours is something I just love. Today, I wanted to share some of my favorite classroom tools and toys I have bought on Amazon. Before I dive in, I […]
What do those first few moments in your classroom look like? Do you run a morning meeting? Morning tubs? Morning work? A morning meeting was something I always wanted to do in my first grade classroom. It was the perfect way to start our day with respect for one another, come together as a community, […]
As every new school year approaches, I begin to get my mind ready for a new year of students. This always includes thinking of my classroom management approach. I like to try new things each year because each group of students is entirely unique and has a different set of needs than the classroom before.