Fantastic Teaching Packs to save you time! With all the stresses of the new term any ideas to reduce teachers’ workload are very welcome. Various sites have sprung up over the last few years with printable resources for primary schools which are ideal to dip into when you need display resources. One we’ve found that we really like is Teaching Packs produced by Mark and Helen Warner of Teaching Ideas fame.
Vote for your favourite blog about the English language It's time to vote for the Love English Awards 2013! We've received lots of nominations in the category 'best blog about the English language' and now it's time for you to vote who should be this year's winner. Please have a look at all nominated blogs below and select your favourite at the bottom of the page. Click here to read more about the competition rules. Have you cast your vote for best blog?
Memorial Weekend Thrifty Treasures It was raining here in Birmingham for most of the day on Saturday, but that didn’t stop Debbie and I from venturing out and checking out a few sales. Since it was a holiday, there weren’t any big neighborhood sales, but we managed to find enough and brought home a few treasures. This beautiful and large pottery pitcher was $2 and still has the original sticker on the bottom, from Banana Republic (had no idea they carried housewares, did you?), Made in Italy and the original price was $24. This cute little retro Westclox clock was 10 cents!
English Teacher Party: A Look into the Real Life of an English Teacher Recently my class read Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You by Barthe DeClements and they loved it! The book is about a girl named Helen, “Bad Helen”. She gets her name because she’s always playing pranks on her teacher. Helen has dyslexia and is struggling in school. She may even fail until she meets Mr. Marshall. Recommended Reading: 65 Craft Blogs We Love It's April, which means it's officially stashbusting month! It's time to dust off all of the supplies hiding at the back of your closets and create using what you already have on hand. Think of it like spring cleaning, only much more fun!
15 Essential Apps For The Organized Teacher Organization Apps? Here Are 15 Essential Apps For The Organized Teacher by TeachThought Staff English stuff ESL: YOUR FAVOURITE SANDWICH (activities for elementary & intermediate students) Shall we prepare a delicious sandwich for school tomorrow? Do you have one in mind? What ingredients would you use? Enter this site to check one out!
Dr Seuss Parent Letter! Hello Kinder Friends, I can't contain my excitement for all things Seuss! I had to make this letter when I saw this poem on the internet. Craft Inspirations and DIY Below you will see how to make:Personalized Hand SanitizersStoring your BootsWrapped LettersShredded T-ShirtChristmas Photo TagsPhotos on MetalPhotos on WoodRemovable Snap On & Off Lace ShortsDinner Menu BoardStamped Coasters from Bathroom Tiles Photo Magnets from Glass Gems or MarblesSticky Notes Clipboard from CoastersJewelry Holder out of FrameQuick Poodle Skirt Personalized Hand Sanitizers What you’ll need: Bath & Body Works hand sanitizersLabel TemplateColor PrinterGlueRibbons My mother-in-law and I were helping with a bridal shower and so we wanted to give out favors that would be cute but something people would ACTUALLY use.
Three Dragons This dragon optical illusion has been one of the most visited items on the Grand Illusions web site, and millions of people have downloaded the PDF and made their dragons. Up until now, we have only offered a blue dragon. Now we offer you a choice - you can have your dragon in blue, red or - very traditional - green.
Parts of the body - vocabulary For a long time I felt that I was missing a post on this site on parts of the body. But I wasn’t inspired enough to close this gap. Fortunately, a few days ago Jason Levine from FLUENCY MC published a wonderful video dealing with the relevant vocabulary. It got me started. This post is another result of a fruitful partnership between Engames and Fluency MC.