This activity will explore synonyms and antonyms. It will also encourage class participation. In my first slide, I introduce the lesson on antonyms and synonyms. On one side we have the word, on the other is the definition. A student can come to the board and connect the correct definition to the correct word. This […]
Dr. Suess Glog Check out my online poster about Dr. Seuss books! To make you own Glog go to http://www.golgster.com
Concept maps are great ways to visualize and learn how to branch away from a main idea and see the smaller parts of the whole. They can be used on a variety of topics, such as to see all the different parts of the plants and how they work together as one whole! Check out […]
Pinterest: My Classroom Board Visit my Pinterest board “My Classroom” for ideas and inspirations on teaching, lesson plans, classroom management, decorating, and so much more!
Just a fun little comic about texting in class! Go to http://www.makebeliefscomix.com to make your own!
Circuit Math APP Check out this math app. It is a great tool to have kids practice subtraction and addition with the feel of a fun game. You can try to beat your own time and move on to up to six levels in both addition and subtraction.
Check out my Picasso head self portrait! Picasso Self Portrait
Welcome to Ms. Julia McGuire’s teaching blog! This blog will be dealing with educational computing issues, trends, and practices. I will be working on incorporating technology into the classroom.