“The first way I plan on using @flipgrid in the new year is in a welcome letter to my students. I am most excited to use this because it will give me a peek inside my students' home lives and I can learn what is important to them (before even meeting them!). #eloned #flipgridfever”
Mindfulness Brain Breaks: Coping Skills for Social Emotional Distance Learning
Bring calm, focus and social emotional learning support into your in-person or distance learning classroom using these effective 48 Mindfulness Brain Breaks. Now in both printable and Google Slides™ digital formats with pre-recorded narration and music. What is Mindfulness? Mindfulness is the pra...
Cookie Dough Ornament Ideas | Time for the Holidays
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Distance Learning - Google Meet, Zoom, or Webex Etiquette For Students
As we all transition to this new territory, there will be many adjustments. After doing a Google Meet with my team of third grade teachers, I realized that there were many missteps that should be addressed with my elementary students prior to our very first meeting (and reviewed often). This is an...
Mindfulness for Kids YouTube Videos - The OT Toolbox
Mindfulness is an important part of self-regulation and the ability to regulate our senses, feelings, and body. It’s a skill that allows us to be aware of our body without responding rashly. Mindfulness for kids is important in the ability to pay attention and responding to input from the world around us, including emotionally and ... Read More about Mindfulness for Kids YouTube Videos
I decided I'm moving forward with my series of writing posts. Today I want to delve into what friendly letters look like in my classroom. We are in the If your second grade students are working on writing friendly letters, you may be looking for a few tools to get started. Here are some resources to help.