This is a Google Sheet that calculates how many points a student needs to get their goal grade. It can be used for teacher use, or you can share your copy with students if you'd like. (I work with Freshmen in an online school so they're familiar
Here are some adorable blue polka dot printables for the color-lover in you! It's a double-sided design with space for each student to have up to 4 goals monitored for an entire year on a single sheet of paper. And there are options for different
This is an editable Power Point printable using Kimberly Geswein's font, KG A Little Swag font.
***YOU MUST DOWNLOAD THIS FONT BEFORE THE EDITABLE VERSION WILL WORK ON YOUR COMPUTER!***
The font can be found for free on dafont.com, search "KG A
This planner has been designed to be a “one stop shop” for all you're teacher planning needs… well, for as many as I could think of anyway! I wanted a place where I could digitally store all my important information for school and be able to access
For All Subject Areas
Not Grade Specific
Lesson Plans (Individual), PowerPoint Presentations, Google Apps
This planner is full of bright colors and plenty of space to plan anything you can dream up or find on Pinterest. With seven squares per day it's great for busy moms, homeschoolers, elementary or secondary teachers. It's perfect to three-hole punch
Other (Specialty), For All Subject Areas, For All Subjects
This is a non-editable version of my Usernames and Passwords Banner featuring Kimberly Geswein's font, KG A Little Swag. Click on the Preview button to see how I've used it in my own classroom. With this PDF version there is no need to download the
This is a printable PDF that can be cut out, laminated and posted anywhere in your classroom where books are stored. It looks super cute with a piece of twine or ribbon, but I'd wager it'd look adorable hung on dental floss if you really wanted!
This sunflower grew, in my neightbor's backyard, from a seed that had been, picked, cleaned, baked, seasoned, packaged, chewed up, spit out, grew despite of a drought and STILL managed to BLOOM where God had planted it!
May this photo remind you