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Teaching Tips: Take Charge of Your Classroom Routines, Rituals, Relationships, and More!

Download, print, and share these valuable teaching tips designed to support your teaching practice while remaining grounded in why it matters for children.  (continue reading)

Get Started with Digital Storytelling: Try this Activity!

Dive into Digital Storytelling with this activity that shows students how to create sound effects.  (continue reading)

Book-Matching Moves and Rituals: Get to Know Students with Interest Surveys

Start the school year with a reading interest survey tailored to your students.  (continue reading)

How Do We Rebuild, Reconnect, and Reintroduce Joy Into Our Learning Spaces?

Practical resources to help you start the year off creating genuine connection and deepening learning in your classroom, from day one.  (continue reading)

Start the Year with Exploration Book Tubs

Help students explore their own interests and find out more about themselves as readers with Exploration Book Tubs. Suggestions for what to include and follow-up guiding questions included.  (continue reading)

What Changes Kids' Minds About Poetry?

Provide time to find poems, time to read them, time to hear them, and time to reflect on the poem through talking, writing, and drawing.   (continue reading)

How Professional Learning Developed My Math Mindset

How my first step of opting to attend professional learning focused on math changed my teaching career.  (continue reading)

A School to Call Home: Be Intentional and Choose Wisely (Especially New Teachers!)

If we want to truly make a change in education, we need a school to call home. A story from The First Five by Patrick Harris.  (continue reading)

An Apology and a Path Forward

An apology from Heinemann and a path forward  (continue reading)

Help Kids Learn About the Impact Stress has on Their Brains and Bodies with this Brain Building Activity

Give students the tools and language to help them understand what they are feeling and why in times of grief and trauma.  (continue reading)

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