I said I would elaborate more on my favorite websites for teaching, well Flocabulary.com has been my favorite for years. It has only gotten better. I teach ELAR and Social Studies and it has me covered with all my subjects. And it is so funny when I pull my kids for small groups and they start rapping the songs to me saying we learned something. 🙂 They are continually adding new skills in reading and covers all the way up to high school so if you need a hook, brain break, or use it to teach a lesson you are covered. I have used it in my lessons and the vocabulary as my word study during my literacy block. I use the grammar videos to help enhance the lessons I have already taught and use the activities as guided or independent practice. Try a free trial for 45 days!
As a teacher you always want to find new ways to improve your student engagement and make learning fun and enjoyable. Although I have been teaching going on eleven years, I know I have to keep up …
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I started my teacher blog last summer and vowed to keep it going when school started. Well here it is 5 months later and I am just now getting back with it. However, I do not return empty handed.…
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I started my teacher blog last summer and vowed to keep it going when school started. Well here it is 5 months later and I am just now getting back with it. However, I do not return empty handed. I have some more post coming up as well as some lessons I have done with my class that I will share with everyone. Also, I am calling on all my followers and friends to share teaching strategies and ideas….Stay tuned more to come!