True story: I plan better on the fly. Frequently, I’m inspired in the moment, while I’m teaching. This didn’t fly so well in the traditional classroom, but there were many times I was teaching in front of my students and completely threw my lesson plans out the window (shhhhh, don’t tell!), so that I could teach a more meaningful lesson with an activity I thought of spur-of-the-moment. Creativity doesn’t always fit tidily into lesson plans. But, that’s the beauty of it.
All of that to say, that if I had posted my weekly lesson plans that I initially laid out last weekend, they would look drastically different from what we actually did. So, here’s my plans from Apple Week 2014.
You can view and download my lesson plans by clicking the plans below!
Click on the product covers for more information!
And, you can read about each day and activity in more detail in the posts below:
After working as an interventionist under the Title I umbrella for grades K-5, I became really interested in creating resources that could meet their needs in a FUN and effective manner. Check out these resources for SHORT VOWEL instruction and intervention for K-1.
I am a BIG believer in celebrating students. The workload they carry these days is pretty hefty, and they work their little hearts out to improve throughout the school year. These fun awards are a great way to recognize and celebrate each one of them!