I live in New York
I teach third grade
I am an almost-digital-native and Ms. Frizzle wannabe
Subscribe to Alycia
I live in New Jersey
I teach sixth grade literacy
I am passionate about my students becoming lifelong readers and writers
Subscribe to Rhonda
I teach K-5
I am a proud supporter of American public education and a tech integrationist
Subscribe to Christy
I live in Michigan
I teach second grade
I am a Tweet loving, technology integrating, mom of two with a passion for classroom design!
Subscribe to Erin
I live in Nevada
I teach PreK-K
I am a loving, enthusiastic teacher whose goal is to make learning exciting for every child
Subscribe to Allie
I am seriously addicted to all things technology in my teaching
Subscribe to Genia
I live in California
I teach second and third grades
I am an eager educator, on the hunt to find the brilliance in all
Subscribe to Kriscia
I live in North Carolina
I teach kindergarten
I am a kindergarten teacher who takes creating a fun, engaging classroom seriously
Subscribe to Brian
I live in Alabama
I teach first grade
I am an obsessive personality with a creative flair
Subscribe to Meghan
I live in Illinois
I teach fourth grade
I am a theme-weaving, bargain-hunting, creative public educator
Subscribe to Lindsey
Remember to teach beyond the test with these out-of-the-box ideas for the classroom, as well as a creative way to teach the amendments,...
Project and activity ideas to help you use the Halloween theme in all subject areas across the curriculum for cohesion and structure.
In this top ten list, Top Teaching blogger Beth Newingham shares her tips for parent communication, reading workshops, celebrating...
Now that you have a positive attitude and are ready to tackle teaching art to your class, here are five lessons focused on art history and...
When we teach social skills through literature, we help students understand themselves and their social world. As a result, they really do...
This blog topic is in response to a fellow blogger who asked me how I meet the diverse needs of my students in writing instruction. I...
October is the perfect time to share a few spooky stories with your students. From a freaky fractured fairy tale and frighteningly funny...
Sign up today for free teaching ideas, lesson plans, online activities, tips for your classroom, and much more.
Choose your grade range:
See a sample >