CLASSROOM HOW-TO: Flipped Math Centers

It was a daunting task: teaching third graders mathematical concepts that would add to the foundations of their basic math knowledge. "You're a smart gal," I said. "You can do this," I told myself. "You will deliver math lessons through flipped math centers," I heard a higher being boom. (In my daydream, it was a super... Continue Reading →

We so Holiday STEMmy, it *HURTS*.

About two weeks ago, I was talking to one of my favorite teachers of all time: my beautiful stepmother. She gets me, because amidst our conversations about life, she pulled out this AMAZING resource that she was planning on using as a holiday gift for her second graders and it was an engineering task. A... Continue Reading →

A Crime Scene Investigation: A Lesson in Making Inferences

I have always sworn, students are a bit crazier the WEEK BEFORE the week before a vacation. I totally understand the "Santa Claus is comin' to town" mentality, because honestly I live that life SO hard. I do have a new set of eyes as a first year teacher and, wow, the excitement and happiness in my classroom is at an all-time high. So anyways, back to the WEEK BEFORE the week before a vacation. That week is upon us...and I have something to help you out!

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