Here are six sensational Teacher-Authors to round out the team of 30 who achieved TpT earning milestones this February.
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6 February Milestone Teachers
His tip: “Use real, relevant, and rigorous math to capture the attention of your students, help them understand how the math fits in the real world, and engage them enough to persevere to the end!”
Their tip: “Grammar books can be so boring sometimes, can’t they? That’s where the Grammar Ninja steps in. This unit (as well as our commas, subjects/verbs, and phrases/clauses) is a perfect supplement (or replacement) to help students have FUN while learning and reviewing their grammar. So enjoy! Or the ninjas will get you. Don’t look over your shoulder.”
His tip: “The structures, the features, the vocabulary, the content, yikes! Informational texts can be overwhelming, but the response pages in this resource have really helped my students. I use them all the time to create mini-reader’s notebooks to use with guided reading groups, research projects, whole group lessons, you name it. Copy, chop, staple… and WHAM! I’ve got a snappy little reader’s notebook that gets my kids thinking deeply about informational texts. Versatile, differentiated, and they’re Common Core aligned.”
Her tip: “I use these assessments to gather information about where I need to go with my instruction. When I finish teaching a skill or series of skills or concepts, I give these quick, multiple-choice assessments. They are very short, and they include many higher-level thinking questions and answers. These have really helped me to know my kids and their abilities.”
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Her tip: “I wanted to make something to challenge my students with their math and language arts skills. Many of my students know MOST of their letters/sounds, sight words, and basic math skills. But they tend to rush right through their work and don’t always pay attention to details. Sound familiar?!? With these activities they really have to activate their higher level thinking to check each problem and solve or fix the mistakes.”
Her tip: “All of my ReadyGEN PowerPoints will help to keep your lessons focused, on track, and at a steady moving pace. Children quickly learn the routines of the reading and writing workshop and eventually will be telling you what comes next!”
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