Thursday, October 20, 2022

Teacher Talk - October 2022


Get ready for Halloween with these latest teaching ideas from our Teacher Talk bloggers.  Members of Teacher Talk are a part of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative.  

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I’m So Glad I Live in a World Where There Are Octobers

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning  

A longish title for a blog post, and yet a perfect thought to begin each day in October.  October is a clear message from nature that things change, and change is a good thing. 


A Scary Thot

By Gini Mismanno of Reading Spotlight 


Teachers! I am so sorry to tell you about this scary thought I had, but I must, because it is October.


"BOO" to Fractions? Recognizing Equivalent Fractions

By Vicky Rauch of Go Figure!


I have been attempting to come up with ways for my students to recognize fractional parts in lowest terms. I can find many "drill and kill" activities, but they tend to do just that, drill those who don't need it and kill those who already know how to do it. So, to drill and "thrill," I created fractional word puzzles for specific times of the year. Read about the one for Halloween in my newest blog post. 


Writing Activities for Fall and Halloween

By Charlene Tess of Books By Charlene Tess

Halloween and things associated with the fall season present an opportunity for students to complete some enjoyable writing activities.


5 Great Reading Response Ideas for the Classroom

by Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing 


Learn 5 great tips for teaching reading response skills to your students.


How to Be Healthy as a Teacher

By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas For Those Who Love Teaching  

5 Tips for Teachers to get and stay healthy.

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