Who doesn't remember growing up, building with LEGO Bricks and loving it? So simple, yet so powerful. And nothing beats the creativity of building with LEGO. Not only does it allow students to create, it helps them to learn to collaborate, discuss, play and have fun while doing it. LEGO Education creates educational products using … Continue reading The Wonders of LEGO®️ Education BricQ Motion
This post is sponsored by WE Teachers, made possible by Walgreens. All opinions are my own. The answer to the statement above is FALSE. The beginning of the year in the field of education has always been stressful. However, with the Covid-19 pandemic crisis among us and years of a pandemic called systemic racism, stress … Continue reading WE Teachers is what Educators Need!
Place a Call Home While you are teaching from home, set aside a time to reach out to a couple of your student's families each day! Make the phone call to check in on the families, talk to your student, and let them know you are still there for them from afar. A phone call … Continue reading Connecting with Students & Families while Distance Learning
Yes! Super excited that we have a school-wide Book Nook. It's called the Principal's Book Nook, however, the coach (I am the coach) sets it up. The Book Nook can be the Principal's, Vice Principal's, Coach's, or a Teacher's! The purpose of a school-wide is that it allows our principal to connect with students, build … Continue reading A School-Wide Book Nook
Today is Multicultural Book Day! 𝚂𝚞𝚖𝚘 𝙹𝚘𝚎 𝙱𝚘𝚘𝚔 𝚁𝚎𝚟𝚒𝚎𝚠 This very creative, fun, and imaginative multicultural children’s book is a great read for any child or adult. This book ᔕᑌᗰO ᒍOE is about a young, gentle big brother named Sumo Joe. Sumo Joe is having a fun Saturday afternoon with his friends who are all … Continue reading Sumo Joe Book Review