Posts filed under: Teaching Tips

10 LUCKY ST. PATRICK’S DAY MENTOR TEXT WITH TEACHER TIPS

Get lucky with these 10 St. Patrick’s Day texts that can be used to explain...

What is the Meaning Behind St. Patrick’s Day?

Top o’ the mornin’ to ya’!  Not morning?  Well, then, ‘top o’ the evenin’ to...

THE PROS AND CONS OF READING RESPONSE JOURNALS

It’s likely that you’ve heard the term “Reading Response Journal” at some point in your...

Who was George Washington?

Are you looking for information on George Washington to a Revolutionary War unit or President’s...

Who was Abe Lincoln?

Celebrating President’s Day? Or maybe you’re teaching the character trait of honesty? Don’t forget to...

What is Valentine’s Day?

I did a little research for you and now you can share some facts along...

How to Teach Hyperbole and Die Laughing!

Do you want your students to learn about hyperbole? They embellish reality in a fun...

10 VALENTINE’S DAY TEXTS TO SPREAD THE LOVE

Oftentimes, we mistake Valentine’s Day for a holiday to express romantic interest in others when...

Hyperbole Texts with Examples that Exaggerate and Excite

We all have inner drama queens and kings inside us that pop up from time...

Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?

When teaching about people in our history, I like to give students an overview of...