Do you do Reading Streets? My students created their own Boom Town using the WIXIE student authoring creativity platform. I cannot say enough great things about this site. Check out the entire packageBoom Town here
FACT: Students detest them. Teachers detest them. Sometimes they feel like teaching multiplication tables. This unit will bring the love back. I promise. All prepositions in English and Spanish are posted along with activities. 12 pages total. The point is to create a slide where objects are positioned everywhere. Prior to that, you should prepare... Continue Reading →
This is part of an answer I provided @Enotes.com Should you teach grammar with L2, or just "go with the flow?" That is the question! The universal consensus is that you should teach any foreign language completely, along with its rules, meanings, proper and ethical usage. The rationale behind this is that language is never... Continue Reading →
This is the latest resource I added to my TES shop. There are, I think, 14 pages on this one, but do not get mad if it is less. Notice that they are all differentiated k-1, 2-3 and 4-5 All of my resources are made with the Wixie and Pixie authoring tool.
Now that STEM is all that, your school may be about to do a Caine's Arcade to celebrate creativity. If you do not know Caine's story, click here. If you are familiar with the story, and are currently in the process of creating a game, here is a neat creativity map I created for TPT... Continue Reading →
I created this document, 27 pages long, and on sale on TPT and TES, for one of my favorite children's book, A Bad Case of Stripes. Please check it out and give it a rating! It contains Word work Science research Social science components A whole lot of stuff I think it is one of my... Continue Reading →