I have had requests over the years to create binder covers for my popular curriculum bundles, and I finally got to that today! Each binder cover comes with your option of color or black and white. You simple need to change the unit title to match your units. These binder
How to Greet a Dog by Jamie Bozzi, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KSA, KPA CTP, ACDBC, CNWI, CC Professional Dog Trainer and Certified Canine Behavior Consultant Although it is very tempting to run up to a dog to pet him. It is very important to ASK THE DOG if he would like to interact
I love any activity in math, but what do I love more? Trying out a NEW activity! It adds to the activity toolkit and keeps things fresh for not only students, but for the teacher as well. My students were always fond of my Math Libs, coloring activities, scavenger hunts, task cards
Check out our lessons on Principles of Design for kids. Each of these has a suggested activity. Unity Balance Emphasis Hierarchy Scale and Proportion (also see Rule of Thirds) Similarity & Contrast Lessons on Principles of Design Activities List: Emphasis with Color Kaleidoscope – Symmetry and Balance Pieces of Your Heart –
Our Facebook friend Katrina just had a wonderful idea! She suggested that we create a PDF with the ASL alphabet so that she could cut and paste to spell her students’ names. This PDF has the whole ASL alphabet plus some extra vowels and popular letters. If you would like
How do you review at the end of the year? I typically use review packets with mini-quizzes to help my students prepare for testing. I find that this helps chunk the material and gives students a chance to master each a set of topics before moving on to the next.
People use euphemisms and dysphemisms to enhance what they really mean or to avoid directly saying something nasty about a person, place or idea. These terms give you an easier way to talk about something you find very scary or very embarrassing and let you lighten discussions that are disturbing
Rational expressions is the very last unit that I used to teach after the state assessment in June. It was a great unit because it tied together so many concepts taught throughout the year. And, any time you can insert more practice with factoring is a win! The first few