I have been using Planbookedu.com for three years now.  It is an online dayplanner.  The benefits of playbookedu.com are: able to move and copy lessons within your planbook, but also from previous planbooks.  So, I can check back to what I was doing at this time last year, and copy a lesson in…

Here are two daily 5 evaluation sheets.  The first one is a self evalution for Read to Someone, and the second is an evaluation form for Listen to Reading.  Thanks to Diane Burningham from Reynolds Central School in Melfort for submitting these! Read to Someone Self Evaluation Listen to Reading …

I came across this number recognition game on pinterest.  It is very easy to play and all you need is a piece of paper with numbers 0-10 on it and a pencil.  I played this game with Kindergarten students at the beginning of the year.  Most of them got the game, a few were still struggling with co…

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Click here for information about an upcoming Social Thinking Workshop in Saskatoon on Oct 18. Save the date

I came across this website through a class I am taking.  There are some great resources for Health/Social.  Check it out! Learning to Give

We would love to know what you're doing in your classroom and always welcome submissions to our blog!  Please send your teaching ideas, documentation, or book reviews to gendall.jill@nesd.ca.  If you are including student photos or work with your submission, please have parents sign the attached P…

You've been requesting it, here it is... Kim Deibert's list of books that help us teach social justice issues.  The list will be updated as we continue to find excellent resources on this subject. Social Justice Booklist

Character Education Stories - Here is a link to some character education stories.  They are PDF files that can be downloaded and then projected on the smartboard or projector. ~Janel Schultz

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