Mae Jemison seems to be one of those kind of cool people that you wish you could’ve met when you were younger. She is inspirational to me now as an adult, and I think as I child learning about her and her achievements may have led me down a different path, one which I thought was unattainable.
I always feel that dads and other important males in our students lives get a little bit left out of the parenting celebration. In my school district school is out roughly two weeks before Father’s Day, and it ended up being forgotten in the hustle and bustle of field day and parties for many years. But then I realized that this craft was the perfect activity for the last days of school when you are scratching your head to find engaging assignments for your students.
Looking for inspiration for a first week of school craft that involves practicing cutting skills, name recognition and coloring and goes along with the BEST first week of school book, then look no further! This coconut tree is editable and personalized to make the first craft your students create in school one they are sure to keep forever!
Looking for ways to stay in touch with your students? Now that schools are all distance learning with students, I thought it would be nice to look at using Facebook groups as a way of staying in touch with your students and their families. Click to learn more!
If you find out your school is closing on Monday for two weeks, and you need to come up with work for your students, you’re probably going to panic. Here are some things that I hope will help you out, particularly if you are a first grade teacher. Everything on this page is FREE – there are no links to paid items.
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