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Jesika Pettit-La Bryer saved to Middle school
Your first year teaching is going to be one of the hardest years of your career. I frequently went home near tears thinking “I just can’t do this. It is too hard.” But I promise you, it gets easier! I’m in my 10th year teaching and I spend a lot less time planning and preparing ... Read more
Lena Jones saved to Teacher!
Are you taking the leap into the wild and wonderful world of teaching elementary science? Congratulations! 🎉 From making science notebooks your best friend to transforming your classroom into a curiosity-filled lab (minus the lab rats), we’ve got tips and tricks that even Albert Einstein would high five us for! Ready to become the next superhero ... Read more
Emily Green saved to Teaching!
Are you a middle school science teacher that struggles with the beginning of each class period? I was that teacher until I started using bell ringers or warm-ups when students come into my classroom each day. In this blog post, I tell you how you can use bell ringers as a classroom management tool for 6th, 7th, or 8th grade. If you want your students to have a set routine when they enter your classroom each period and review concepts at the same time, this blog post is for you.
Fixin' to Teach saved to 6th Grade Science
Why do I love them so much? Because they love systems and I LOVE SYSTEMS. Even more than in my house, I LOVE having classroom systems. I think oftentimes we
Mari Harden saved to My Teaching Hole
Words on walls are a great way to display important vocabulary words in your science classroom. Not only will it help your students learn...
Cheyanne Loebach saved to Classroom Ideas ♥
Teacher-tested tips for effectively using interactive notebooks in secondary science classrooms by Getting Nerdy Science
Carmen Johnson saved to Classroom
I have a confession to make. During my years in the science classroom, I was never able to sustain a long-term warm-up or bell-ringer routine with my
Alheli Salinas de Torres saved to Quick Saves
Helping K-2 Teachers Like You Save Time, Grow Instructional Skills, and Teach With Confidence!
alayna gutierrez saved to Educational Resources
Movies is often much more engaging than lecturing to your students. Having students actually see extinction happening in the documentary Racing Extinction is much more powerful than me talking about it. While I don’t usually show full length movies in my classroom (more often clips), they can be a great supplement to your curriculum. I’ve ... Read more
Rachel Jenkins saved to science and experiments