Teachers Pay Teachers Sale

NEWS: End of October Sale

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October 27-28No monkeying around here…we are serious about giving you the best resources! Now we’re offering some of our best-selling bundles in an October sale. We are offering you our bundled products for 20% plus their already bundled discounts. This is up to 40% off great teaching resources for grades 3-6 in math, reading, and […]

Strategies for scaffolding.


Posted Posted in Strategies, Teaching

It’s not a new term, but it is receiving renewed interested from teachers. Rightfully so, scaffolding is the key to creating massive learning in the quickest time. But how can scaffolding cripple student learning? What learning strategies effectively scaffold students? Scaffolding is support. Guiding students in the learning process is scaffolding. Here are some examples: […]

Three Branches of Government Introduction

#TeachingBundle: Three Branches of Government

Posted Posted in Products, Social Studies

#TeachingBundle: Three Branches of GovernmentTeachers, you know that you have limited time. You are closing gaps, getting reading levels up, teaching writing, spelling, and much more. Why not use a #TeachingBundle to integrate Social Studies with your Reading instruction? This bundle is an introduction to the Three Branches of Government. It has a video, a […]

Organizing Thought: A Meta-Cognitive Strategy

Posted Posted in Freebies, Strategies

Ideas, details, evidence, support, analytical thinking, strategic thinking…these all have one thing in common. They are easier to achieve when students have practice with meta-cognitive skills. Organizing thought is one meta-cognitive skill that can increase learning in any classroom. Organizing ThoughtThrough your life and during school you struggled with thoughts. A teacher said something or […]

Engaged and fun learning for students.

Games for Task Cards: Basketball

Posted Posted in Strategies

Task cards are a favorite for centers, small groups, paired practice, and rotating through learning stations. However, did you know they make excellent whole-class activities too? Whole-Class Engagement If students seem a little unengaged, if participation is less than 100%, or students just aren’t excited about the classroom activity, then these games are for you! […]