Student Powered Twitter Feeds!

Have a classroom Twitter account? Wish you could post more often? Can’t seem to find enough time in the day? GIVE STUDENTS THE POWER! Students love social media and what better way to involve students in the classroom than having them join in on the classroom Twitter page? It’s very simple! Make it a weekly …

Snowy Shortcuts

With winter break just around the corner, teachers are taking time to relax, decompress, and enjoy the holiday season. There are also those teachers who love to use this time off as an opportunity to refresh and discover new lessons, activities, and ideas. But who doesn’t love easy shortcuts to make our time using our …

Hour of Code: Dec. 4-8

This week is Hour of Code week! In library, Mrs. Janavicius and I will be co-teaching 30 minute coding lessons using various apps or code.org with your students. If you would like any additional resources, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

Seesaw Activities, Skills, & Updates!

Hi Everyone! Just some friendly Seesaw updates! A few weeks ago I sent out a Seesaw Activities and Skills “how to” page that informed you of some new updates. Please click here for that link. Another new update lets teachers share Activities that they have created with other teachers! Please click here to learn more …

Halloween Kahoot

Looking for a fun Halloween activity? Kahoot created a Halloween themed game to test students’ knowledge on Halloween superstitions and traditions! Click the links below to watch some Halloween videos and play the Kahoot game! Kahoot Halloween Game History.com Halloween Video PBS Halloween Video The Kahoot app is available in Self Service for 3-5th grade …