Anne Margaret O'Regan

Anne Margaret O'Regan

Anne Margaret O'Regan
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Here’s an easy way for students to practice their spelling words. Have them draw a big scribble on their page – remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.

Here’s an easy way for students to practice their spelling words. Have them draw a big scribble on their page – remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.

Although I haven't started reports yet {grimace}, I did upload the first of all of my Social stories to my store yesterday! We have been wor...

Although I haven't started reports yet {grimace}, I did upload the first of all of my Social stories to my store yesterday! We have been wor...

Paula's note-add "idea," people forget that important part! Examples: a goal, a plan, a hypothesis, etc. A way to remember it is that these are things you can't touch but can be the "subject" of a sentence. "My plan is to educate everyone about nouns." "My goal is to be a great teacher." You can't touch the "plan" or the "goal,” but they are still nouns.

Paula's note-add "idea," people forget that important part! Examples: a goal, a plan, a hypothesis, etc. A way to remember it is that these are things you can't touch but can be the "subject" of a sentence. "My plan is to educate everyone about nouns." "My goal is to be a great teacher." You can't touch the "plan" or the "goal,” but they are still nouns.

I created this chart to stop all of the interruptions that I have been putting up with during Reader's Workshop. My students thought it was funny.

I created this chart to stop all of the interruptions that I have been putting up with during Reader's Workshop. My students thought it was funny.

I create sub rules by writing an anchor chart letter to my class if and when I'm going to be absent sets the tone for the class, and lets the substitute teacher know exactly what I expect.

I create sub rules by writing an anchor chart letter to my class if and when I'm going to be absent sets the tone for the class, and lets the substitute teacher know exactly what I expect.