2015 - The Learning Effect

Daily Classroom Schedule Signs

I am absolutely loving the switch to 6th grade this year! My class has been amazing and the change in curriculum has been fun, too. With the change in grades, I decided to change up how I did some things in my classroom as well.

Daily classroom schedule signs

Celebrating a Milestone with a #FlashFreebie

A few weeks ago I hit my first "official" TpT milestone. TpT contacted me and asked me if I was interested in featuring one of my paid products as a flash freebie for one week to celebrate. How could I say no?

Classroom Reveal: 2015-2016

Woo! It's been a long two weeks for me, but my classroom is finally about done. My bulletin boards don't have any content, but that's the least of my worries. It's good enough for me at this point.



ClassDojo in the Upper Elementary Grades

Let me start off by letting y'all know that ClassDojo has not endorsed this post. I absolutely LOVE ClassDojo, and I'm excited to tell you all about how I use it in my upper elementary classroom!

Monday Made It: June 22 {2015-2016 Teacher Planner}


Last week I *finally* finished up all updates on my teacher planners. After taking a mental break from the thought of school -- which only lasted about a minute, ha! -- I customized my own planner and put it together. I absolutely love every bit of it and can't wait to start planning with my team this week!

Tech Thursday: 3 Websites to Try Next Year

books and a tablet

I am linking up with Teaching Trio for Tech Thursday. Today I am sharing 3 websites that I plan to use next year.

Favorite Things: Apps

Tablet in hands


My 4th Grade Daily Schedule #2getherwearebetter

Classroom schedule

What a fun link up this is! Schroeder Shenanigans in 2nd and Lucky Little Learners started a monthly link up for teachers to share about the topic of the month. This month the topic is: schedules.

Five for Friday - February 27, 2015


A Bit of My 2014-2015 School Year So Far

Classroom desks

Today I'm sharing some pictures from this year. I'm teaching 4th grade again and have 26 students - 20 boys and only 6 girls!

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