# Preparing For The STAAR

Hey Everyone, Ok I have made a new STAAR review test for the 2018-2019 season. I have gone through the STAAR tests for 2017-2018 to make these questions. I crafted these to look like the original STAAR test. It should … Continue reading Preparing For The STAAR

# Another Meeting

As a quasi administrator I find myself at times wondering why in the hell am I sitting in this meeting? Who put this in my outlook and am I getting punked or something? At most meetings I will be the one leading it and wondering the whole time, “why did we call this meeting and isnt this something that could of been handled in an email? Then their are those meetings where someone comes in while you are frantically trying to complete a task and they start rambling on? No really!!! Just had a person walk into my room and … Continue reading Another Meeting

# Visual Cues In The Classroom

This year I was fortunate enough to go to a Kagan training. I am so glad I did. There was a lot to take away from it. However, the underlining thing I learned was the importance of visual cues when it comes to teaching. Continue reading Visual Cues In The Classroom

# Interventions For The Classroom

This is more academic interventions to use in the classroom. Continue reading Interventions For The Classroom

# Comparing Decimals

A unit on comparing and ordering decimals. Continue reading Comparing Decimals

# 5th grade math STAAR money questions

There are ten money questions on the last two STAAR tests. This resource will help you. Continue reading 5th grade math STAAR money questions

# How to Discipline A Special Need Student in the Classroom

I work with a special need population in the classroom and always wondered if the discipline is different for special needs students vs. those that aren’t labeled as such. For me the answer is yes and no. I say yes because there are methods we use according to what child we are working with. There are accommodations that they deserve and we need to follow. We can eliminate a lot of behaviors by setting up routines in our classroom and dealing with situations in a calm manner. I say no for those that are included in the general education system … Continue reading How to Discipline A Special Need Student in the Classroom

# Add and Subtract Positive Rational Number

This is taught in fifth grade but I see sixth graders struggle with this and even seventh grade students. Continue reading Add and Subtract Positive Rational Number