Exciting lesson ideas, book lists, videos, classroom strategies, and reproducibles in a daily blog by mentor teachers
I turned to my colleagues for their best packing-up-the-classroom tips. Watch this video for their expert ideas.
At 38 weeks pregnant today, I’m ready to give myself a slightly early pat on the back as I reflect on the past nine months of teaching while growing a new life.
Fractions mosaics provide a hands-on, differentiated context to explore equivalence, common denominators, and different "wholes." Here’s the entire lesson with directions, differentiated task cards, and video.
These simple, low-cost/high-style art projects are handy for literal and metaphoric rainy days.
Here’s how I disguise a rigorous fractions lesson with a creative, whimsical art experience.
Our girls desperately need role models of women pursuing meaningful careers in science and technology. Let's use Women’s History Month to tackle a 21st-century problem: the underrepresentation of women in STEM professions.
Here are six semi-homemade valentines with printable cards for busy teachers like me!
Here are four scientific ways you can celebrate a snowy day in your classroom. (Or use ice cubes for year-round science fun!)
Try these four math activities to help students figure out what to do about remainders.