Category:Teacher Tips
Math Facts Mastery:  5 Tips to Use in Your Classroom Today!

Math Facts Mastery: 5 Tips to Use in Your Classroom Today!

Math Facts Mastery: An often-visited topic at PLC meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and in the teacher's lounge. Just how can a teacher get those math facts to stick? Over time teachers have gotten creative to provide math fact mastery strategies that are more...

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Math Fact Mastery: Teacher to Teacher Advice

Math Fact Mastery: Teacher to Teacher Advice

When children fail to master basic math facts, they often struggle with multi-step, higher-level math concepts in later grades.  So what are the best ways to help kids master their math facts?  We asked hundreds of veteran teachers this very question in our...

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How to Print Poster-Sized Anchor Charts

How to Print Poster-Sized Anchor Charts

Do you have some PDF resources that would make fantastic anchor charts? But, you’ve never actually made them into charts - because that would require some serious art skills (and time!!)  Well, did you know that it's possible (and super quick!) to print your...

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Outdoor Learning-Get Outside!

Outdoor Learning-Get Outside!

Teachers this year are faced with arguably the TOUGHEST year of their careers. (Hey first year teachers...guess what? We are ALL first year teachers this year!) Teaching during a pandemic is challenging, emotionally heavy, and causes anxiety in many teachers. Even...

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Relationship Building Activities for Back to School

Relationship Building Activities for Back to School

It's almost time to go back to school! Whether you're teaching online or in person, the first step is focusing on building relationships with your lucky little learners. When your students feel safe and supported in your encouraging classroom, classroom management...

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Digital Teacher Interview Tips & Tricks

Digital Teacher Interview Tips & Tricks

Congrats! You landed an interview for your dream teaching job! But, due to the crazy times, it is a digital interview. Although this interview format is not traditional, no worries! Below is a list of tips and tricks compiled by teachers who have been on both sides of...

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First Year Teacher Must Haves

First Year Teacher Must Haves

Alright teachers, time to grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax and think back to when you were hired for your first teaching job. Maybe you screamed for joy when you hung up the phone. Or maybe you instantly ran to Target to get ALL THE THINGS. However you...

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Summer Self Care for Teachers

Summer Self Care for Teachers

Teachers, we SEE you. We see the exhaustion as you upload your last online lesson. We see the tears fall as you logoff your last call with students. We see the overwhelm as you look at your once organized “home classroom”. Guess what? We see and feel ALL of that too....

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