Category Archives: Resources
Someone shared this with me today and I took a peek. It looks like a great tool for parents. In these days of changing curriculum, military moves and deployments, it’s nice to have a guide book for what to expect … Continue reading
Six Scaffolding Strategies to Use with Your Students | Edutopia. This is a teaching strategy that upon reflection of past teaching and lesson planning I used to some extent but not intentionally, I simply wasn’t aware of what scaffolding was … Continue reading
It was a day of service and remembrance! Today was the premiere of the Documentary I worked on for the last 10 months. Close to 400 people attended along with community leaders from the civilian and military sectors along with … Continue reading
I read it and LOVED it and have recommended it to many fellow teachers and my pre-service student teachers. A twist on one of his ideas, I had this sign on my classroom door on day one! It Worked! The … Continue reading
The Cornerstone. The blog has a nice collection of resources for teaching.
This Fourth Grade Common Core Workbook is full of engaging activities for your students. Many of the literacy worksheets can be used across other core curriculum areas to infuses literacy in other content areas.
The Exceptional Advocate – April 2013. April is not only the Month of the Military Child but is also the Month of Autism Awareness. This newsletter “The Exceptional Advocate” addresses many concerns and needs that Military Families with exceptional family … Continue reading
Farming theme saves small Kansas school – KansasCity.com. Love it! Math…kids lug it in buckets, pat it on the nose and fill it to a mark. Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/03/26/4146256/farming-theme-saves-small-kansas.html#storylink=cpy
Science – FREE Teaching and Learning Resources. Easy to sort by subject area. Free resources from Federal Agencies.