Are you looking for digital reading activities to kick off your school year? It can be challenging to plan reading lessons when you're still getting to know your students and getting to know what they know. You don't want to bombard your students with too many skill-based reading activities before you've reviewed or taught the skills. This set of free digital reading ... Read More
"What does it mean to drag and drop?" "Where do I type my answer?" "What do I do when I'm done?"
Questions just like these can come up when students are getting familiar with digital activities. This is especially true after a whole summer away from educational technology.
Using digital math centers in the elementary classroom may seem like a no-brainer to most of ... Read More
Are you looking for a way to have your students exchange digital end of year messages and well wishes for a fun summer ahead? As we close out this school year, some students are still fully virtual or following social distance regulations. This means that not everyone will have a chance to sign each other's yearbooks/t-shirts/memory books. This post will share a free ... Read More
Having students use math tools and resources is a great way to scaffold and support their understanding of math skills, while also teaching them to use the tools they have available to solve problems. This blog post will share the digital version of my free printable math tools (which you can find by clicking here) as well as and practice questions to help you and your ... Read More
Are you looking for a way for your students to exchange Valentine's Day greetings in a virtual classroom setting? Being able to celebrate holidays and special events is essential for many students, so I want to offer a way for your students to send each other greetings on February 14th.
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Everything you need for the collaborative virtual Valentine's ... Read More
I am not a huge fan of winter, so I'm always looking forward to Groundhog Day. No matter what the outcome, it reminds me that winter is eventually going to end (and endless inside recess days ;) ). My students seem to always be in agreement so I try to incorporate just a few Groundhog Day activities into instruction, no more than 20-30 minutes. This post will share a few ... Read More
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Welcome friends! I’m Jennifer Findley: a teacher, mother, and avid reader. I believe that with the right resources, mindset, and strategies, all students can achieve at high levels and learn to love learning. My goal is to provide resources and strategies to inspire you and help make this belief a reality for your students. Learn more about me.