You know you’re a teacher when you get your best teaching ideas from the most random places. Recently, for me, it was the grocery store! The inspiration: a pack of mini cereal boxes. The idea: a 3-dimensional “RIP DEAD WORDS” word wall display! Talk about spicing up your word wall… AND students’ vocabulary… all at the same time.
Guest blogger, Amy Mezni shares how she uses popcorn to teach about volume! What a fun way to SPICE UP a not-so-fun math topic! Popcorn Volume Are you looking for a fun but educational math activity? Using popcorn to teach about volume is a hands-on lesson that compares the volume of different cylinders. My
Hi there! I’m so excited to share that One Stop Teacher Shop recently asked me write a guest post on how I get my students to write descriptively!! Here’s an excerpt: HOW PICTURE THESAUR– USES HELP STUDENTS WRITE DESCRIPTIVELY: 1. To write descriptively, students need to include rich sensory details that paint a picture in the reader’s