Learning Letter Combinations-aligned with Common Core State Standards
****Updated 11-25-13**** Learning Letter Combinations is a phonics set designed to help learners become confident in their reading and writing by teaching letter combinations through chants, pictures and mnemonic phrases. Once students are aware that the alphabet contains consonant sounds as well ...
20 Teacher Affirmations to Keep a Positive Mindset - Mrs. D's Corner
Teaching is hard, but we are strong and capable of doing all the things. Read these 20 teacher affirmations when you feel alone, when you need a pick me up, or just to put some positivity into your day. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
Assessment in SPED - Literacy + Language Arts - Mrs. D's Corner
As special education teachers, we often are not provided with appropriate resources to assess our students current levels of learning. Or the resource we are given doesn’t meet the needs of all of the learning styles in our classroom. We always make it work though. Learn more about assessment at Mrs. D's Corner.
What is Phonemic Awareness and Why Teach it?
Have you ever heard the term phonemic awareness and wondered what it is? I get a lot of emails from parents who are ready to teach their child how to
What NOT to Do the First Day of School
Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast.The bell rings and the students come pouring in to the first day of school. Excitement and a bit of chaos fill the air as well as some nervous anticipation - not just from the students but also from the teachers.Yes, the first day of school is extremely e
Alli Rogosich's 'Classroom Rules 2' Gallery Wrapped Canvas - multi
Alli Rogosich's 'Classroom Rules 2' Gallery Wrapped Canvas is a gorgeous reproduction featuring the rules of a classroom against a white background. A wonderful piece that will compliment any children's room or play area. Artist: Alli Rogosich Title: Classroom Rules 2 Orientation: Landscape Subject: Motivational Type: Canvas Art, Fine Art Giclee, Print Material: Canvas, Wood Style: Children Framed: Unframed See option drop-down for available sizes Factory sealed boxes cannot be returned if…
Silent reading....making it work!
Some of my students struggle with reading. Looking around the room, looking at the back cover, looking at the front cover, looking around the room again, etc….sound familiar to any of your students?So we decided to create mini anchor charts on what reading looks like and what it doesn’t look like. They did great with […]
Britt Root on Instagram: “The future of the world is in all of our classrooms. 🌎 #tomorrowsleaders”
8,453 Likes, 240 Comments - Britt Root (@miss5th) on Instagram: “The future of the world is in all of our classrooms. 🌎 #tomorrowsleaders”
100 Different Ways to Say NO - ESLBuzz Learning English
According to Alexander Hamilton, there’s not enough ways to say no because he can’t just say the most simple version!! Gosh freakin darn it
2nd Grade Sandcastle
Love this! Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears. Or on the sides if they sit at tables! Great way to organize your classroom!
First Aid Merit Badge This is a 5 lesson plan which can be run over 5 weekly meetings or as a special merit day of approximately 3 hrs. If run over 5 weeks. - ppt download
Rank Advancement Supply list: Merit Answer Guide Tenderfoot Rank Requirements Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them. Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking. Show first aid for the following: Simple cuts and scrapes, blisters on the hand and foot, minor (thermal/heat) burns of scalds (superficial, or first-degree), bites or stings of insects and ticks, venomous snakebite, nosebleed, frostbite and sunburn. Second Class Rank Requirements Show what…
Common Disabilities Fact Sheets (Printable)
I'm definitely not an expert on disabilities students may have. So, I've been trying to find out more information. I've been looking for some good fact sheets about the most common disabilities; and, I scored the jackpot! These are from the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (which, sadly, last lost funding and has…