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Here’s to 8 More May Milestones!

Gay Miller

1.  From North Carolina and Teaching in Tennessee, it’s Gay Miller

Try her: A Resource Guide to Use with Hatchet

Her tip: “At the end of each school year, my students vote on their favorite book unit. Hatchet always comes out on top. So, if you’re stressed by all the extra duties teachers are required to do at the end of the year, or anytime, try this ‘Monday Morning Ready’ unit aligned to the Common Core State Standards. You’ll find vocabulary practice, comprehension questions, constructive response questions, skill lessons, and activities all ready to go.”

 

Kathy Law

2.  Meet Georgia’s Kathy Law

Try her: May Math & Literacy Color by Codes

Her tip: “These have always been a BIG hit in my classroom! Students enjoy discovering the hidden pictures while teachers love the variety of skills their students practice as they complete these activities for morning work, homework, centers, or as an early finisher activity. Just print and go!”

 

Grade School Cool

3.  Sara from Missouri is Grade School Cool

Try her: Awards – End of Year Candy Bar Awards – 30 Customizable {Color + Black & White}

Her tip: “My end-of-year candy bar awards are a fun way to celebrate by highlighting something special about each of your students.”

 

The Comprehensible Classroom by Martina Bex

4.  From Alaska, it’s The Comprehensible Classroom by Martina Bex

Try her: Cultural Activities: Central American Chicken Buses

Her tip: “Inject authentic culture into any Spanish transportation, travel, or immigration unit by using this four-level embedded reading in Spanish. The scaffolded nature of the reading allows even novice Spanish learners to study and discuss Guatemalan Chicken buses critically and in great detail. It also provides the flexibility to be used in upper level classes.”

 

Lucky to Be in First by Molly Lynch

5.  Say hello to California’s Lucky to Be in First by Molly Lynch

Try her: 1st Grade BAT Book – 90 Common Core Activities for Early Finishers & Free Time!

Her tip: “Early elementary can be tricky because kids are always finishing their work at different times. I created the Common Core aligned B.A.T Books (available K-2) to keep kids engaged as they finish up early or have a few minutes of free time. The books are filled with activities to captivate and challenge your students and are a great way to keep kids learning and reviewing important skills in an exciting way! They’ve been a huge success in my classroom and I know they will be in yours, too!”

 

Catherine Reed - The Brown Bag Teacher

6.  Meet Kentucky’s Catherine Reed – The Brown Bag Teacher

Try her: Prefix, Root Word, & Suffix Puzzle Bundle {100 Puzzles or Middle Grades}

Her tip: “Using prefixes and root words is a fantastic word-solving strategy for students. While I explicitly teach root words through our school’s vocabulary program, my 5th graders still need more practice. I created these 100 prefix, root word, and suffix puzzles to engage my students in hands-on, word work practice during literacy centers.”

 

Tori Gorosave

7.  From California, Meet Tori Gorosave

Try her: EDITABLE Classroom Organizer for Secondary School Teachers: Spring Polka Dots

Her tip: “This classroom organizer is the perfect way to customize and organize the 2014-2015 school year in style. I create my own teacher organizer every year and love to have everything color coordinated (it just makes me smile). Simply customize the planner to suit your needs, print it off, and have it bound together at an office supply store (less than $5). Or hole punch it and keep it in a three-ring binder. I keep mine in a binder so that I can add and remove pages as needed throughout the year. Enjoy, and happy organizing!”

 

Jessica Rosace

8.  From Rhode Island, it’s Jessica Rosace

Try her: Planting Unit Plan

Her tip: “This unit features science experiments and activities related to planting. There are also literacy and math activities all aligned with the Common Core standards. It’s a fun, easy, yet comprehensive way to use unit plans in the springtime.”

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