Do you have one iPad in your classroom or a class set of devices?
If so, you may be wondering how to unlock all of its capabilities.
Having students use iPads to play educational games is an easy first start, but not the best use of the device in
This is an observation journal designed to be used with a class pet betta fish as part of a study on fish or living things.
Since this is a life science activity, I intentionally did not use cutsie clip art, but chose realistic photos and
I had to break down and make my own BEE folder labels because most of the ones I found online use the wrong form of the word everyday.
BEE stands for bring everything every day (and to be grammatically correct, "every day" needs to be two
This is an observation journal designed to be used with a class ant farm. In the packet I share an online source to find the ant farm and live ants.
I created this packet for use with my 1st graders, but it can easily be used in 2nd as well.
I created a set of bee themed labels for your math tubs. The labels are approx. 4"x4". I've included tub numbers 1-12, a generic "math tub" label with no number, and a blank bee themed label with no writing at all.
If you are looking for more bee
This is a note taking page I created for my 1st graders to use when researching the animals for their written reports. It includes the four categories I wanted them to focus on, habitat, appearance, babies, and food as well as a spot to write down
This is the original rubric I created to assign a numerical grade (1-100) on the zoo animal research reports my students created. Since they are so young, I chose to weigh their rough drafts as well as final copies when assigning a grade (final
I am the type of teacher who appreciates parents poking their heads in once in a while to see how things are going. In my building, there are many parents I'll never meet all year long and some I wish would stop in more often.
So, I've taken a