Are you an upper elementary teacher looking for ways to help your students to master their multiplication facts? If you’re anything like me, you are searching for low prep, digital activities that are easy to implement. If that’s what you’re looking for, you’re in the right place! 99 Math This
Are you teaching a French as a Second Language class? If so, chances are that you will be teaching landforms at some point. Whether it be in an “Alberta” unit, or a “my country” unit, French landforms often appear in our curriculum. This ultimate guide will help you to teach
If you’re anything like me, you have a tendency to download Chrome extensions and then never use them. Sometimes I even forget what they are for LOL! Trust me… this is NOT an extension that you will forget about. Fullscreen Interactive Google Slides allows students to view fullscreen slides while
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find myself in a bit of a teaching rut. Using the same websites, apps and activities to help students review before summative assessments. Now don’t get me wrong, there is NOTHING wrong with tried and true activities (Kahoot, I am talking to
We have all been there…Teeeaaaacheeerrr…. he cheeeeaaaated! I truly think that one of the hardest parts of playing games in math class, in Physical Education and at recess is ensuring that your students show good sportsmanship. Here are 3 lesson ideas for teaching your students to be good sports in
Are you an upper elementary science teacher who ends the year with a unit on wetland ecosystems? If so, this blog post is for you! Here are my top 4 tips for launching a successful wetland ecosystems science unit. Start with Literature! There are some amazing books out there about
We all know that there are only so many hours in a school day and I don’t know about you, but I am ALWAYS looking for ways to cover Science and Social Studies curriculum in my Language Arts and Math blocks! I LOVE making cross curricular connections with our learning.
Wordless picture books are one of my favourite tools in the Language Arts classroom. Here are some of the benefits. Building Confidence: Kids who struggle with word recognition and decoding can enjoy a story independently! Developing Comprehension Skills: Reading wordless picture books requires making a TON of inferences which
Why Should You Use Boom Cards in the Upper Elementary Classroom? Save Time BOOM Cards are a huge time saver for teachers. They require no prep and no grading! Talk about working smarter and not harder! Kids Love Them BOOM Cards are engaging and interactive which is why our big
WOW! This year has been crazy! The kiddos definitely deserve to have some fun but how can we do that in a safe way? Here are some ideas for a socially distanced end of the year celebration. Create Digital Memory Books This idea has the added bonus of being digital!
Are you wanting to try Historical Fiction book clubs in your classroom? Check out these awesome books that your students will love! I even have resources to accompany some of the books! You can check those out by clicking the images below. Note that the links below are affiliate links which
Jamboard is one of my favourite digital tools. I love it’s simplicity AND the post it note feature. Here are five ways that you can incorporate Jamboard into your virtual or in person classroom. Birthday Messages Students can add post it notes to this Jamboard in order to wish the