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I’m continuing my trend of Clip Artsmanship. This next set is over 50 different framing options that vary in size, shape, color, and more. I don’t really have uniformity down because I just don’t have the patience to do one … Continue reading
Know your audience. I teach boys that like enjoy would marry if possible love sports. I firmly believe that if you get a kid interested in learning they will succeed (shocking, I know). Engage, engage, and reap the rewards from an interested student. … Continue reading
This is my desk on a good day. I don’t really ever sit at there, it is more of a dumping ground for all of my things when I walk in my room. I house my stereo along with paperwork, … Continue reading
One of the key focuses with Common Core is that it is slowly putting NCLB to sleep forever is vocabulary. With that said I’ve created set of vocabulary cards that each have between 50-70 words for kindergarten, first grade, and … Continue reading
The use and understanding of prefixes and suffixes can be boring for kids is an underutilized skill that many people (kids and adults) don’t understand. Too many times we use the words without taking the time to understand exactly what they … Continue reading
This is not my photo. I found it here on imgur. Just another reason I love recess.
A couple of years ago a colleague of mine produced this (see below) vocabulary workbook from a galaxy far, far away from here. It was originally printed in 1980 but is still in great working condition. It is still a … Continue reading
My most recent creation is a 59 page packet filled with Hollywood/Movie themed materials that can be used in school in a variety of areas. This includes class management, themes for your room, jobs, and even some educational value if … Continue reading
Reblogged from A New Hype: The chart was created by Patrick Concepcion and you can even by a print for your kid’s bedroom wall at his Etsy store! VIA!