Brain Binders Puzzle #2005: Download (free!), print, and fold.
Brain Binders Puzzle #2004: Download (free!), print, and fold.
Brain Binders Puzzle #2003: Download (free!), print, and fold.
Brain Binders Puzzle #2002: Download (free!), print, and fold.
Brain Binders Puzzle #2001: Download (free!), print, and fold.
Here you’ll find 49 free puzzles. Just download and print, then fold the paper the specified number of times to create a solid color on each side. Try it!
Success in dealing with those first days of school depends on planning and organizing now, and a number of Teachnet readers have shared ideas for doing so.
Free outline alphabet letters for you to download and print. This display uses 26 different fonts to give you a visually interesting display, and brings creativity to the letter recognition process.
Free download for a printable computer keyboard prints out on a 8-1/2″ X 14″ sheet of paper. Now… practice, practice, practice!
A fun (and free!) light bulb graphic for you to print, trim and hand out as you see fit.
These oversized playing cards are great for all kinds of math activities. Simply download the Acrobat PDF file, print and trim.
This lesson plan template for Microsoft Excel is a contribution from Debra Miller.
Whether you are a 20-year veteran or just starting out, a portfolio should be a key component of your teaching tools. Portfolios are a nearly universal requirement for the hiring process, but if you already have a secure job you should view a portfolio as your insurance against unforseen district shake-ups. Keeping one of these self-promotion tools up-to-date also can be a good exercise in self-evaluation.
Spending all those years in college to become a teacher still all boils down to one thing – you have to get through a job interview to get hired. Whether you are looking for your first job, or the change in employment comes is the result of a move or career politics, your future is in someone else’s hands.
For all too many teachers, going back to school means another year of fundraising. While district budgets finance some supplies and equipment, there are often needs that go beyond these small budgets. Whether you need new computer hardware and software, supplies for a new craft corner, or are planning a major field trip, you’re going to need cash to get there. When parents just can’t dig any deeper into their pockets, fundraising may be the only option.