How to Survive Halloween as a Teacher

Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year which means that we not only have to survive Halloween day, but also the THREE school days that follow. Here are a few quick teacher tips to help you not only survive, but enjoy one of our student’s favorite days of the year. Click here to save this post to your favorite Pinterest board to read again! 1. C... Read more

Tracking Student Data in my First Grade Classroom

Displaying data is a requirement at my school site. Since I have a superhero theme in my classroom this year, I created a cityscape where students fly up buildings as they meet their goals. This is all the rage among my students this year because they have their own superhero that will soar as they meet their goals! I currently have buildings ... Read more

Put an End to Missing Supplies!

Do you have a problem with your classroom supplies going missing? When I sit down to work with students, my biggest frustration is not feeling organized and ready to start my small group instruction. I have a caddy full of things I need to work with students, but my supplies keep vanishing! I am so excited to say that I have finally put an end t... Read more

Halloween NO PREP Math Activities

Fall is here! Excitement is growing as pumpkin spice, costumes, and candies fill the aisles EVERYWHERE! And we can’t forget the Target mini erasers! I have already indulged in my fair share… #teacherbudgetproblems Halloween is always a favorite time of year for my students. Costumes, candy, parties, trick or treating… I mean what’s not to love?... Read more

Blog Launch Giveaway Part 7 - Halloween Memory Match Cards

Today is the final day of my BLOG LAUNCH!! My heart is overwhelmed with joy by all of the support I have received. If you are just stopping by, be sure to check out all seven blog launch posts for some really fun freebies. When I think of the game of Memory, so many fun childhood memories come flooding in. I grew up playing this game with my Mo... Read more