Solve Sitting on the Floor in the Classroom!

I am always sprucing up my classroom with fun gidgets and gadgets!
One of my favorite recent finds is for floor circle time. I discovered an easy to roll out foam mat to put directly on to the floor.

I use these mats when I want students to stretch or draw or sit during group work. Students love having flexibility to sit on the floor without having to actually “sit on the floor”. This is an no-brainer easy solution so students are comfortable and don’t have to sit in a chair all day long.

These are my favorites:

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Feeling Presidential?

Why not have students read and write Presidential Farewell Addresses…

Begin with George Washington:
Some quotes:
On education:
“Promote then, as an object of primary importance, institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge. In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened.”

On trying his best yet making many mistakes:

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Fluttering for February!

Here are some tips for a unforgettable February in the classroom!

  1. Change up your Google Classroom header on a weekly basis with our February bundle!
  2. February Pop Up Valentines are much better option than a Pop Quiz!
  3. Historical Speed Networking. Have two historical figures gain a chance at love in the millennium.

Keep the momentum going and have fun in February!