Reading At Home - Tips For Parents
Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!
Welcome Sign Freebie
Post this colorful sign for your Meet the Teacher Night or 1st Day of School to welcome students and their families!
Five for Friday & a Freebie!
Self high five! I made it to Friday! High five to you, too! You made it! I saw a post with this sign on Pinterest, but the pin only lead to a photo. I decided to create my own for Parent Orientation night. Yes, I served them in a dog bowl. (Our school mascot is the bulldog.) You can click here to get a copy. Footloose Friday after a fire drill! Lots of dew on the grass this morning! My shoes (top left) were finally dry around noon. Super excited! I made my first foldable with my 2nd graders…
Catching Up With FREEBIES! - One Extra Degree
Hey, friends! It’s been a while. 🙂 I survived Meet the Teacher and the first two (almost) full weeks of school!!! Now it’s time for a serious rewind to catch you up to speed somewhat! I know this is not a new idea, but I created a little welcome bag for my kiddos… and …
Open House Stations - The Brown Bag Teacher
This post comes to you after my first 1st-grade Open House. Today I met my 28 wonderful, first-grade friends! And let me tell you – Houston, we’re not in 5th grade anymore! I received hugs, giggles, a card that said, “I love you”, and they wanted to hold my hand. I felt like I was in...
Open House - Meet the Teacher
\ Well today's the day....Meet the Teacher and we start on Thursday. I'm so glad to have the day off in between - this pregnant body needs it! I'm excited for my students to check out our tech theme and all the goodies I have been working on! First up are our iPhone Name tags - you can snag yours here! They are complete with names, grade level, and their numbers (for easy grading reference and organization). These are editable but work great for any classroom! I picked up these bookmarks as…
Just Reed & Play – in Preschool and K
Some of the links I share are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you. All opinions remain my own. You may read my full disclosure here. Linking up with Cutie Patootie Cara Caroll for a look […]
Reading At Home - Tips For Parents
Hi everyone, If you follow my Facebook page, you might already have seen this... I wrote an article for Scholar's Choice (Canada's teacher store) this month and I thought it might interest you! It's all about reading at home. I included tips for parents and information on integrating reading into our daily family activities. This article also has information on choosing appropriate level books, helping a beginning reader, developing comprehension skills, and practicing fluency. Go take a…
Virtual Back to School Night Virtual Open House Distance Learning
Information Pamphlet for Open House & Essentials Pack! Great for Meet the Teacher, Open House, and/or Back to School Night! Provide this cool info pamphlet for parents! This product is completely EDITABLE so just type in the information you would like to share with parents during Open House! Sample text included to help give you ideas on what to feature.
Building A Reader At Home - Parent Handout
Here is the next installment in my parent handout sheets - Building A Reader At Home: So many parents want to help their child become a better reader but they often want tips and ideas other than "read every night", "ask questions", etc. In an effort to share reading tips with parents, I created this little handout that would be great to hand out at the beginning of the school year, parent nights, or parent conferences. When meeting with parents, you might also want to highlight the areas…
I'm back!!!! Sort of... lol. It has been insanely hectic around here trying to get back in the swing of things for school with remodeling/moving into a new home during preplan week. Needless to say, I recommend picking ANY OTHER week than that one, haha! We had Open House last week and I have to say it was probably my most successful Open House yet! Not only because ALL my students and parents showed up (that has never happen to me before) but I was super prepared and had cute little folders…
classroom rules for high school
classroom rules for high school--Love this: simple, easy to remember, yet expansive in coverage.
All About the Teacher
This editable teacher information form is perfect for back to school! You can give it parents and students at the beginning of the year to help make those oh-so-important connections, and it could also be used as a school display where each faculty/staff member shares a little about themselves. ***...
Open House with a few FREEBIES!
Do you have an Open House or Back to School Night? Well last week, we had ours! Here are a few highlights from our Open House Night with tons of freebies mixed in! I'll