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The Best Professional Literacy Resources for K-6 Teachers

My first post about the best professional math resources for teachers was so successful that I decided to create one for literacy as well. I'm sharing the professional resources that I can't live without in my classroom! Of course I use these in combination with my own creations based on student's needs but these resources have proved invaluable to me. These are must reads that I have personally used in my classroom for the last several years. This is a current list of resources based on my current teaching practices. 

Read on to view my tried and true list of professional literacy resources for elementary teachers.

The Best Math Resources for K-6 Teachers

Are you looking for THE BEST math resources to help you teach math to your students? Look no further! I'm asked all the time what my favorite professional reads are so I decided to curate them here for you all in one place! This post will be strictly about math teaching resources but I have a literacy resources post in the works for your reading pleasure.

 I have read and personally tested out hundreds of math teaching resources over the years so I feel confident in my recommendations and I know you will love these math resources as much as I do.

Read on to see the list of the math resources I think have the most value while being practical and also research based...

4 Easy Steps to Keep Digital Writing Organized in Google Drive

Are you using Google Apps for Education with your students? If you are, or you do a lot of digital writing with your students, this is the post for you!

Read on to find out the simple way I organize my student's writing....

Poem of the Week Activities Plus a FREEBIE!

April is Poetry Month so I thought I would share a bit about how I use Poem of the Week in my classroom. If you read through to the end, there's a FREEBIE waiting for you!

When I first started with a new poem each week, we would just read the poem each day and then move on to other literacy based activities. Then as time went on I started creating activities to go along with the poems to help deepen my student's understanding of the poem. I even created my own set of poems because I wanted the poems to match what we were learning in other areas of the curriculum. For example, I wrote a poem about liquids, solids, and gases for our science unit. For math, I wrote one about fractions and another about measurement. Using poetry is a fun way to introduce new concepts and anchor student learning.

Read on to find out all of the activities we do in my room for poem of the week!

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