These Light learning Tessellations were a hit at a conference in BC I was at with Quality Classrooms.
Check them out here: http://www.qualityclassrooms.com/light-learning-tessellations.html
I have taken the leap into substitute teaching and the best way I found to prepare and ease my nerves was to plan and pack my sub bag. I have a zip top organizing utility tote which holds four water bottles, perfect for my water bottle, tea, coffee and smoothie (should I decide on a... Continue Reading →
Carpets are an important part of an elementary and daycare classroom. With the rise in popularity of alternative seating students need a comfortable and safe space on the floor and not all classrooms are equipped. Whether it is doing group work or whole class discussion, a floor space is necessary. I love using the carpet for... Continue Reading →