I’m hosting a giveaway at Pre-K Pages celebrate 1,000 blog subscribers! Two lucky winners will be announced on Friday, October 1st. See directions below.
I’m super excited to be guest posting over at Teach Mama today! Stop by and find out How Laura Ingalls Wilder Taught Me to Read.
How to make a bucket stool for your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. A DIY tutorial for making bucket stools for the classroom.
The major television networks bombard us with previews of their new shows that will be premiering soon but you don’t hear much about new picture books.
If your students bring their own supplies then you might find this free printable supply checklist handy.
You may already be familiar with Oprah’s “favorite things”, but I thought it would be fun to create a list of my Top 10 Favorite Things: Teacher Edition.
To a child, there is nothing more important than his or her own name. Using student names to teach letter recognition is a very powerful teaching tool.
Today I’m featuring Part 1 in a series of posts about how to use the Xyron Creative Station machine in the classroom; I hope you find it useful.
As a former Head Start teacher I have many memories of conducting Home Visits, notice I didn’t say “fond memories”… I wasn’t a brand new teacher
Don’t you just hate to be sick? There’s nothing worse than feeling awful and being a teacher. I’m sharing my Top Ten Tips for Staying Healthy in the Classroom