Finding fun and engaging activities for back to school time can be a challenge. As you try to set up your rules and routines for the beginning of the school year, there are a lot of demands on your time.
Getting ready for open house and meet the teacher, curriculum night, and setting up your perfect theme. It’s A LOT! Here I’ve compiled my favorite resources and ideas to help you get back to school stress-free!
Better Read Alouds
Improving Student Discussion
- How to Measure Student Discussion
- Increasing Student Talk
- Focusing on Discussion Quality
- Decreasing Teacher Talk
- Getting Your Quiet Students Talking
- Quick Wins to Get Your Students Talking
Planning Interactive Read Alouds
How do you get ready for the new school year? How will you make this year the best yet? I’d love to be a small part of your success and hopefully give you some new ideas and tricks to try with your kids!
Whether you teach Kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth, fifth or even sixth grade, I’ve got some new strategies for you to try. If you teach in a traditional English-only classroom, ESL, bilingual, dual language immersion or in the library, we’re going to make this year the best, most stress-free one yet.
Are you a resource teacher, self-contained classroom teacher, interventionist, reading specialist or librarian? This back to school time is going to be awesome!
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