Using worksheets in your classroom helps keep students organized. Learn 5 tips on how to spice up your worksheets and teach character education at the same time!
Research shows that vocabulary words are more likely to stick when students can relate the word to a visual representation. This could be a picture, drawing or symbol. Learn how to use different digital tools to make virtual word webs for all!
In the Word Collector by Peter Reynolds, Jerome has a wonderful imagination. Use his love of words in your interactive read aloud to promote word learning in your classroom with these easy to use activities!
Meaningful vocabulary will help to strengthen your students’ reading comprehension, writing skills and conversations. Introduce three Tier II vocabulary words with there interactive read alouds and printable resources for your elementary classroom.
Word walls aren’t just for littles! There are many ways you can incorporate a word wall into your upper elementary or middle school classroom! Learn about the different types of word walls and easy ways to make word learning the theme of your classroom.