Tag: Teacher Resources

How to Encourage Good Reading Habits in Kids

How to Encourage Good Reading Habits in Kids Reading opens the doors to an expanded vocabulary and enhanced language skills in kids. Use these 6 tips to develop good reading habits in your kids. #teachingsecondgrade #reading #readinghabits #encouragingreading #readingtips | Learning to Read | Good Reading Habits | Reading Tips | Reading Habits |

Reading is a fundamental part of every life. Kids have to learn how to read so that they can learn how to communicate and understand the people around them. Reading opens the doors to an expanded vocabulary and enhanced language skills in kids. If you’re wondering how to get your kids to develop good reading […]

6 Video Games For Kids That Are Actually Good For Your Kid

6 Video Games For Kids That Are Actually Good For Your Kid Video games may have gotten a bad rap all these years. I have found a handful of video games for kids that are actually great learning tools. #teachingsecondgrade #videogamesforkids #brainbreaks #kidsgames | Video Games for Kids | Video Games Teachers Love | Brain Breaks | Teaching Tools | Learning Through Play

Video games may have gotten a bad rap all these years, and while most of it is true to a certain extent, not all video games are created equal. In fact, some of them could actually be good for your kid and could help sharpen his skills in more ways than one. I have found […]

Even More Parent Communication Ideas

Even More Parent Communication Ideas Are you struggling to connect with parents? Communicating doesn’t have to be hard. Make it easy on yourself and use these 5 tips to be successful! #teachingsecondgrade #communication #parentteacherconf #teachercommunication #tips #teacherhacks | Teacher Tips | Classroom Management | Parent Communication Ideas |

Are you struggling to communicate with parents in your classroom? With the 21st century, you would think that it’s easier than ever to communicate with parents. However, everyone is busy and it can be tough to ensure you’re getting information out to parents. Here are some parent communication ideas. Communicating with parents doesn’t have to […]

Flexible Seating and Organization for the Elementary Classroom

Flexible Seating and Organization for the Elementary Classroom

First impressions are important in every aspect of life. This holds true even with an academic setting. I want my classroom to be inviting. A place where students can experience a fun, colorful, learning environment. That’s why I believe you can have flexible seating and organization! Throughout this post, you will see examples of how […]