School starts in my district tomorrow, and every teacher I know has said the same thing. “Wow, that was a short summer!” Yep, I have to agree. It was a short summer, but like it or not the first day is here and by the end of next week summer will just be a hazy memory in our rear view mirrors.
Here are a few previous posts I’ve published here at History Is Elementary that deal with the nuts and bolts of getting ready for a new year…..things on my desk, various forms, and procedures, and one situation where I pulled a solution out of my a……out of thin air when I needed it most.
A Teacher's Throne
Tools of the Trade: Class Syllabus
Tools of the Trade: Classroom Syllabus, Part 2
Keeping a Notebook Elementaryhistoryteacher Style
Classroom Notebooks Revisted
Tools of the Trade: Study Guide
Tools of the Trade: Lack of Progress Letter
Enjoy! …..and HAVE A GREAT YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Goodness you folks start super early! Wow!
Thank you for posting the getting ready for school year posts. They are VERY helpful! :-)
Have a wonderful school year and I look forward to reading about your adventures!
Oh, so, like, the leaves on your trees will soon turn to red, yellow/golden....and there will be a crisp chill in the air when you head for school in the morning.....:-)
Seriously though, HAVE A GREAT START TO YOUR 2oo9 -2010 School season !
Hope your first day was as smooth as mine - just wanted to give you a A+ on your study guide. When you posted it last year I showed it to my fellow 7th grade teachers and we began using the same format. I also email it to my parents. It's been very successful.
Thanks (once again) for your beginning of the year links. I always enjoy reading others' ideas before settling on my plan for the start of the year. :)
I have been in search of such interesting Articles, I am on a holiday its good to see that everyone are trying their best to keep up the Spirit by having such great articles posted.
Cheers, Keep it up.
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Awesome resources--thanks! I am a student about to go into his first practicum, so seeing experienced teachers do their work is nothing but inspiring. Good luck this year!
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