4th Grade

My Favorite Free Book Report Project

If you are thinking of implementing book reports in your class this school year, I have a great FREE resource to share with you. This monthly book report template is the perfect way to get students actively reading multiple genres. This activity also compliments my “Write A TV show lesson” for teaching genre writing to […]

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Top Other Jobs Teachers Can Do

I was thrown into the job market after a happy amount of time as a fifth grade teacher. I was scared, I didn’t feel confident, and I DID NOT KNOW WHERE TO START. Now I’m happily employed as an educational consultant, and I’ve learned so much along the way about careers that really will hire […]

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Parent Communication Ideas for Teachers

It’s that time of the year again. Back to school. And we KNOW that we need to establish some good strategies to communicate with our students’ parents. If you are in the market for parent communication ideas for teachers, you came to the right spot. So let’s talk parent contact logs, editable newsletters, and basic […]

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TPT Teaching Resources On A Budget

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Looking to save money on your TPT teaching resources? Check out TPT freebies, sales, and the best ways to save money on Teachers Pay Teachers products. Parent Communication Ideas for Teachers Leave Feedback for TPT discounts Did you know when you leave feedback on resources you’ve paid for that you receive credits towards new purchases? […]

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Ultimate Guide To Back To School

When dreaming up my ultimate Back to school ideas for teachers guide, I divided it into five different categories to help me stay organized. After reading this post, you might want to check out this back to school check list for even more ideas. First week activities Math activities Bulletin board ideas Back to school […]

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Ultimate Guide to Project Based Learning

Why would you use Project Based Learning activities or PBL math? Well, do you hear a lot of students asking “why do we have to know this?” Are your students bored? Are you bored of the curriculum you are teaching? What would it look like if all you taught was memorization day after day, and […]

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