A #behindthescenes look at our office today. We are in the process of uploading a TON of new resources to our #teacherspayteachers store as well as revamping some old favorites! Use the link in our bio to check out the store!
You know you're a science teacher when... your phone is filled with random pictures that you might need for a science lesson one day 😄 What a great example of reflection on the still water- reminds me of a released STAAR test question from last year! #scienceteacherlife
“I teach elementary school. I teach in Winfield, Alabama. Fourth grade is a great age. I love it, it’s my favorite. It’s a really strange age still. They are in a weird place emotionally and socially and they are just learning about who they are. It’s a tricky age. I’ve taught third grade up to sixth grade and fourth grade is definitely my favorite. They get sarcasm and they are starting to use it on their own and it’s funny. They are still really sweet and there’s still an edge of innocence.” Jeanette Seals, of Winfield #peopleofalabama#alabama200
How do you teach your first graders to revise. We cut up the writing. They wrote new additions in different papers and then we cut and tape to create the new piece. #kidwriting#writing
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It snowed (again) so we brought it inside to explore! They told me they wanted to build snow castles so I added some sand tools. Shhhh.... don’t tell them that tomorrow we are going to PAINT the snow ❄️
Getting started with computational thinking.. I was asked yesterday about how to incorporate computer science in a middle school math class and I figured I'd share a few resources out!
There is so much that you can do to get students to start developing a logical, computational mindset even with different classes. Ever hear of the "How do you make a pb&j sandwich?" activity? Well.. That right there is already getting students to think about a logical progression! Can you put peanut butter on bread without opening the jar first? Of course not! But students might miss that step the first time around.
I'd suggest some of the resources I've written about in the first picture. There are even plenty of ways to start without touching a computer! Let me know what questions you have!
Testing heat conduction with Alex. We stuck a bead of butter to the ends of metal, wooden and plastic spoons. We had to wait for results a bit after adding hot water to the bowl, but it was worth it. Another lesson is learned here. Metal is a better heat conductor than wood or plastic
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Just another reason to love this teacher IG community ❤️ I saw this multiplication wheel game somewhere, and we use it whenever we have a few extra minutes to fill! Students multiply the number on the inside by all the numbers around the outside of the wheel. Could also be done with any other operation!➕➖✖️➗
TeachersFollowTeachers is all about celebrating and collaborating as a teaching community. Today I’d like to introduce you to... @missbertels_ “C R A Z Y • E Y E S • brought to you by violent, unholy annoyance at having to write this fun little message on my whiteboard today 😐”
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@krausmath says, “I'm going to need 50 of these bags to hold all my #papermateflair pens! Who has any suggestions for the next pouch?! Sassy is ALWAYS welcome! 😊”
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Do you have independent reading time during your day? Check out how we use our book bins during our literacy block! #kindergarten
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