Free Editable Reading Management Binder
Use this reading management binder to plan and organize your reading workshop. Includes a wide variety of pages to make planning easier.
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I am over at Melissa’s (previously from Lesson Plans SOS) new blog, Inspire me ASAP! I’m sharing some tips for having subs, including an editable freebie – a substitute cheat shee…
Using Table Jobs to Control Chaos in Your Classroom
As a new year starts I am asked over and over how I keep things organized in my classroom while starting up interactive notebooks. Using the rule of no more than four people in a table group you can manage your students efficiently and effectively.
How To Handle Students Who Push Your Buttons
Maybe it's the way they interrupt you. Maybe it's their disrespectful tone. Maybe it's their silliness or side-talking or affinity for misbehaving at the worst possible time. Whatever it is, it bugs you. It gets under your skin. It prompts an internal dialogue you're not very proud of. If you're like most teachers, you tend
Laura Candler's Odds N Ends File Cabinet
A collection of teaching resources and free printables in Laura Candler's online file cabinet for elementary educators.
Behavior Management Link Up
Every so often, I get an email or Facebook message via my blog's Facebook page on classroom management. Often these emails come from sweet t...
Classroom Reveal and a Freebie! (Picture heavy!!!) 2013-2014
~Classroom Reveals~ are the thing to do, aren’t they? Well mine is here! Partially. I still have some kinks to work out, and some finishing touches to put on, but I did get a buttload done to…
The Pencil Debate: Solutions For Students Not Having a Pencil
This is definitely a heated debate among educators to give or not give students a pencil when they arrive to your class without one. Read 10 different possible solutions to the classroom pencil problem.