Category Archives: Back to School
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! By Gina E. “Rockin Behavior” in the shape of a guitar. Use clothespins with students’ names. Red- “You’re a Rockstar. Welcome to Hollywood!” Orange- “Can I have your autograph? You’re going to be … Continue reading
5 Ways Teachers Can Design Their Classroom This School Year If you are a teacher, your classroom needs to offer some place conducive to learning for the students. While this will obviously vary depending on the age group involved and … Continue reading
__________’s Shining Stars” Have students cut out starts on tag board, then paint. Once paint is dry, have them use marker to write their names. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Back to School… The students write on the apple cores. “My first day of school was…” Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
“Whale-come to ____grade” Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Becky L. “Look Whoo’s in Second Grade” The leaves on the tree have the students’ names on them. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
From oedb.org For many teachers and students across the U.S., school starts in just a few weeks. That means buying supplies, preparing lessons, and getting back into an academic mindset after a summer of fun in the sun. To jumpstart … Continue reading
Submitted by Christy G Oh The Places We Will Go in First Grade! Also try: Oh The Places We Will Go in Reading Class! Oh The Places We Will Go in 2nd Grade! Click here to like teachertime123 on … Continue reading
Submitted by Christy G “Welcome” surrounded by Marc Brown’s Arthur characters. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
From stevereifman.com Prior to my second year of teaching, I came across an idea I just had to try. First, I obtained a class list of my first graders’ names and phone numbers. I went home and called every family, … Continue reading
What an Open House Booklet Should Include An inviting cover page An inspirational poem (there are several on this site) A class list if you teach a self-contained class( do not use last names) A class schedule A grade scale … Continue reading
A special thanks Teachertime123 member, Lisa M for bringing this blog to our attention. From blogs.plsweb.com I just returned from Turkey having spent time with two schools’ leadership teams and teachers. On my last night’s dinner I was asked by … Continue reading
“What Did You Do Today”- inspirational poem for preschool/early elementary teachers to share with parents
Dear Parents, When your child responds to the questions “What did you do today?” with a frustrating “Nothing”….remember….. When children come home at the end of the day, The question they’re asked as they scurry to play, is “Tell me, … Continue reading
From nea.org August 14, 2008 From Courtney Gray, MaEd., a high school English teacher I teach high school English on the block schedule. This first day plan does take a lot of preparation on my part, but the result is … Continue reading