Category: Fostering Peer Collaboration

Fostering Peer Collaboration, Freebies, Teaching Ideas & Inspiration

Bullying Poster – Freebie!

Bullying is unfortunately commonly found in many classrooms and playgrounds.  As teachers and parents, it’s our job to make sure our students and children are aware of the harms of bullying, and know how to prevent it.  That’s why I want to share this FREE bullying poster with you and the kids in your life.  I’ve included 3 versions for you: two printables in different sizes to display proudly in your class or kids’ room, and one digital version for virtual viewing only.  Choose all, or choose the one that best suits your needs :).  Please enjoy, share and don’t forget to rate the poster down below!   Printable Version (8.5×11) Printable Version (17×22) DigitalContinue reading

Fostering Peer Collaboration, Games, Math

Probability Game Ideas – Have Fun With Math!

*This post contains affiliate links for convenient viewing* Kids love playing games in the classroom, and a probability unit is the perfect fit for incorporating fun in your math curriculum!  After introducing your class to the key concepts and terminology they’ll need to successfully discuss probability, try these probability game ideas out and have those concepts really become engrained in your students. This post is actually in celebration of my very first TPT product!  It’s a freebie of 4 recording & reflection sheets, for the following 4 games.  Please take a look.  I would love your support, so please follow my TPT profile, and rate my first product so I can improve.  Thanks! Carnival InspiredContinue reading

Book Corner, Fostering Peer Collaboration

My Mouth Is A Volcano – Activity Ideas

*This post contains affiliate links for convenient viewing* There are some books out there that are worth the time and attention of your class.  My Mouth Is A Volcano is one of them! It has some wonderful lessons for your students, which will set them up for future success.  Take a look at some of these My Mouth Is A Volcano activities: Art – Word Depiction: If you’ve read the book, you’ll know that it is filled with wonderful words, that come alive on the page.  Wouldn’t it be great to use this as an art lesson for your students?  Show students how they can bring their creative artistry to portray words and their meaningsContinue reading