Feeling Generous? I Need Some Help!

Happy Saturday, everyone! I don’t usually post things like this, but I currently have a project listed at Donors Choose that expires in just a few days and I’d love any help I can get! The project is around halfway … Continue reading

New Product :: Behavior Punch Cards – Seasonal Pack

I’m really excited about this next product! I already have Positive Behavior Punch Cards on my store at TeacherspayTeachers, but a few weeks ago I added a couple more packs of them. We all know visual reinforcement for behavior is … Continue reading

Fun Freebie :: Grading Pen Fonts

In the past I’ve never posted anything like this, but I thought it might be a nice change! If you’re into creating your own teaching/counseling materials, you probably know that one of the best ways to create eye-catching stuff is … Continue reading

New Product :: Behavior Punch Cards – Themed Pack

I’m really excited about this next product!  I already have Positive Behavior Punch Cards on my store at TeacherspayTeachers, but yesterday I added another pack of them. We all know visual reinforcement for behavior is always best and these punch … Continue reading

Tips & Tricks :: Dealing with Angry Parents

We’ve all had it – an angry phone call that just happens to come as you’re walking out of the room to eat your lunch, an enraged parent who stays well into the next several parent-teacher conference times yelling at … Continue reading

Sale :: Lucky St. Patrick’s Day!

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day (and out of mild happiness that I don’t have to forget to wear green again and get pinched by 60 kids this year), I’m offering 10% off at my store today! So whether you’re … Continue reading

Tips & Tricks :: Strateges From a Former Headstrong Child (and Currently Headstrong Adult)

People think I’m crazy when I tell them that my favorite students to work with are those with Oppositional Defiant Disorder, but I’ll tell you why! As a child, I sent my parents through the ringer – I tested limits, … Continue reading

Pinterest Find :: Free Movie Clips

Ever been in that moment when you’ve got a super visually-oriented or antsy group? (I know….NEVER, right?) I don’t know about you, but I just don’t have the time or memory to scale youtube or my own personal movie stash … Continue reading

New(ish) Product :: Cause & Effect Lesson Pack

My students often have a difficult time thinking about cause and effect – especially when related to their behavior, so I created these activities help them learn cause and effect using fun school-related situations and home and community events. It … Continue reading

Quote :: How Kids Learn Best

“Children learn best when they like their teacher and they think their teacher likes them.” – Gordon Neufeld