Busy teacher forms
What did I forget now? Does this sound familiar? It is very easy to get overwhelmed when you have too much to do and so little time to do it. The Boy Scout's motto, be prepared, is the best way I have found to help with feeling overwhelmed. Organize your forms that you use frequently in folders or a binder. Have multiple copies ready to go. Color copies work best for important reminders. Keep of stack of "speeding tickets" with you when you grade papers. Attach a speeding ticket to students'…
Using Call Backs After Spring Break (FREEBIE!)
FREE Call Backs and attention getters for the kindergarten classroom! Great classroom management tool!
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Every Kindergarten App you could need!
So I got one of these! I'm so excited to get the opportunity to use this in my classroom. I have got some awesome apps I plan on using for lots of small group work and centers. These apps were mostly free and I'll show you some organizing tips along the way. First if you want these super cute backgrounds, check them out here for FREE! Reagan Tunstall made them and I think they will work great not to mention keep us organized since every teacher in our building will have an Ipad this year :)…
Home - Pocket of Preschool
Fire drill book and routine poster to support students and make fire drills less stressful. Pocket of Preschool
Classroom Management Tips for Kindergarten (and beyond!) at the Beginning of the Year - Learning at the Primary Pond
I got some exciting news this week! This year, I’m in a new position as a reading specialist, and I found out that part of my job will involve working with bilingual Kindergarten students and teachers. Yay! I’m happy about this because a) I love primary and b) Most of my teaching experience is in […]
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Many teachers incorporate class meetings or morning meetings into their everyday classroom routines. These daily gatherings can be incredible tools for modeling and reinforcing both academic and social skills. This page will give you ideas for setting up your meeting area and provides tips for running morning meetings that set a positive tone for the day. …
The Teacher Bag - Hop in and fill your teacher bag with ideas.
Hop in and find ideas and resources for your primary grade classroom.
Happy New Year 2014! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
It’s a SALE! Thanks Hope King for the Gorgeous Sale Button!!! So I planned to go into school twice in the last two days…ended up getting a whole lot of other randomness accomplished here at home. Then at the last minute tonight I made a mad dash to my classroom in hopes to set […]
Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall! - Simply Kinder
Why I Took My Behavior Chart Off My Wall at #SimplyKinder Great for Kindergarten!
Routines, Routines, Routines! (Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten)
Never underestimate the importance of teaching routines. In every classroom and every grade level... but ESPECIALLY in Kindergaten. And in Kindergarten, we teach them, model them, practice them, talk