I’ve been working with my friends over at the Roylco Little Fingers, Big Art blog to put together something special for you! This week, I’ll be launching my Christmas giveway with a special prize for one lucky winner! Check back this week for a chance to enter!
I recently learned about a cool free resource for teaching! It’s called Khan Academy. It provides tons of free educational content-based videos, with topics ranging from math and science to humanities and economics. With a log in, students (or anyone) can complete learn by watching videos and then complete tasks to earn badges. Teachers can track the data for their students and use the materials in lesson plans. You may also want to refer parents to this site if they’re looking for supplemental materials for helping their child. What’s not to love!?! I wish I had learned about this when I started teaching!
Here are some printable math flash cards that I made using the Microsoft Word 2013 templates. (Can you tell I’m a big fan of the new Office suite!?)
I’ve recently seen quite a few anchor charts on Pinterest that depict the math concept of increasing and decreasing. So I thought I’d make one for you:
It will fit best on a regular sheet of printer paper. Some people find it easiest to copy/paste this image into a Microsoft Word document and print it from there. It all depends on your printer settings and software…
What kids need to know about Labor Day (other than not to show up to school that day), including the history of Labor Day and its purpose. This worksheet also has some parts of speech practice at the end. Enjoy!
Click here for the free printable PDF: Labor Day