￼ Hi there! It’s Kim here from A Love of Teaching, and I’m super excited to be a guest blogger on Cinnamon’s Classroom today! It’s the perfect week to get in some last minute writing activities. Halloween is coming up next week, and today I have the perfect writing assignment that will “spice” up any
I am so excited to have Michael Rawls as guest blogger today! He shares an engaging way to teach Greek and Latin Roots, (a lesson inspired by Hope King from Elementary Shenanigans). Make sure you read to the end because there are a couple of freebies included! Why teach Greek and Latin roots? For
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.
I am addicted to iPad apps and just love incorporating them into my lessons. However, since I’m still on summer holidays and not really in “school mode” yet, I am going to focus on an app that I’ve been using with my son this summer. Small Talk Consonant Blends By Lingraphica At first