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March Choice Board: Tips and Tricks for Implementation!


Are you looking for ways to increase student voice and choice in your classroom? Choice Boards are a great activity to add to your teacher bag of tricks. They can be used in so many ways- for homework, independent work, or even in a center rotation! Here's a closer look at my March Choice Board, which is all about weird and wacky holidays in the month of March.

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February Choice Board: Tips and Tricks for Implementation


Are you looking for ways to increase student voice and choice in your classroom? Choice Boards are a great activity to add to your teacher bag of tricks. They can be used in so many ways- for homework, independent work, or even in a center rotation! Here's a closer look at my February Choice Board, which is all about weird and wacky holidays in the month of February.

february-choice-board


5 Writing Activities for Reluctant Writers!

Writing was my favorite subject in school, but as a teacher I quickly learned that many of my students did not feel the same way! It took a lot of trial and error, but over the years I did find some tried and true methods to help my friends love (and if not love, then at least tolerate) writing. In this post I share my five favorite writing activities for reluctant writers:

Find out several different strategies for motivating reluctant writers, including easy to implement activities!

10 Ways to Make this the Best January Ever- #3 May Surprise You!

Coming back from Winter Break is the perfect time for teachers to reflect, reorganize, and refresh! Even though most of us are halfway through the year at this point, coming back in January always feels like a fresh start (or a second chance). Here are some tips for you to start the year right in your classroom and make this the BEST JANUARY EVER:

picture of colored pencils with the text: 10 Ways to Have the Best January Ever

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