Teaching Inferences (With Free Mini Lesson) - Elementary Nest
Making Inferences- Activities and Lesson Ideas teaching students to make inferences
Discover 6 Of The Best Math Card Games For Kids - Top Notch Teaching
Are you after some more fun math games? Math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice math skills, but in a non-threatening and motivational way.
Demystifying the Distributive Property - Math Coach's Corner
Does the mention of the distributive property make you sweat? Check out these hands-on activities for making sense of it!
Retelling Activities with Restaurant Retell - Miss DeCarbo
Retelling activities for a theme day called Restaurant Retell! Host a book buffet, make a retelling sandwich craft, order off of a reading menu with retelling reading passages, and more!
Reading Check-In on Google Forms
I have made a concerted effort to get away from reading logs in my classroom. I know, I know. So many people use them and love them, but honestly, I just didn't. Years ago, I did get away from the "mom sign this" reading log by creating a more content based log (that I still use as in class assignments) but that just wasn't working for my students anymore. Tracking them down on a daily basis to see if they did their reading wasn't creating readers and it wasn't making me very happy as a…
Introduce the Topic – Informational Writing: Week 2 – Spade Foot Toads
Telling a reader what you're writing about is such a foreign concept for students and teaching students to introduce the topic in creative ways is challenging. Here are three ways that we practiced introducing the topic this week. This post is part of a series of posts all about Informational Writing. You can read about how I introduced students to informational writing in week 1 of the series or find links for every post in the series at the bottom of this post. This week during writing, we…