Grammar is a set of craft moves, not a set of rules.
Welcome to Day 19 of the 2021 Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol21
It is often said that great comedy requires great empathy. Making space for humor in your classroom builds connections that will sustain you and your students through the highs and lows of the school year.
Welcome to Day 18 of the 2021 Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol21
The seventeenth day has arrived! #sol21
Welcome to Day 16 of the 2021 Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol21
Welcome to Day 15 of the 2021 Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol21
Welcome to the fourteenth day of the 14th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol21
Athletes warm up before practice, musicians warm up before a rehearsal–so why wouldn’t writers warm up before writing?
This March, we’ll host the 14th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge. We hope you’ll join us! #SOL21 #TWTBlog
With a personal writing calendar, each kid can see what is going to happen in the unit of study, and has the power to adjust it.
A child who is experiencing writers block at home might appear to be refusing to write. It might seem like they are simply choosing not to do the work, or that they are being stubborn. But as an educator, I know that there is more to it than meets the eye.
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Luckily a workshop model has always revolved around teaching for independence. The ultimate goal has always been for students to be able to do the work without you.
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In the midst of pandemic-teaching, I know it can be hard to find the time to create resources, not only for your students, but for the adults in their lives as well. My hope is that this post and others can help you with that.
Here are a few tips for supporting spelling you might share or adapt for families.
Teaching my own kids is humbling to say the least. At home, I am not the special visiting teacher. I’m not even the teacher. At home, I’m mom, and it is the understatement of the century to say that it is a challenge to teach my own kids.