Have you seen the new Back-to-School eBooks from TpT? You're got to check them out! Each one is full of tips for teachers to get off to a good start with your classes. Even better - every single contributor has made a freebie available to you! That's a lot of freebies! Here are the links to the secondary eBooks based on subject: English Language Arts & Humanities
68 Cards with student worksheets and full solutions! Topics: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Light Production (Types of Luminescence), Reflection (Plane/Flat Mirrors), Curved Mirrors (Ray Drawing Diagrams for Concave and Convex Mirrors), Refraction and Total Internal Reflection, Lenses (Ray Drawing Diagrams for Converging and Diverging Lenses), The Eye (Focusing Problems, Hyperopia, Myopia)
Now, you probably already know that Teachers Pay Teachers Back-to-School Sale is on right now. Use code: BTS14 for 28% off my entire store!
Have you seen TpT's new blog post on Back-to-School Essentials? It is a fantastic post with lots of tips and resources! I am very honored to be featured in their post. Check it out to find some great freebies!
I know some of you are starting school very soon! This has always been such a fun and exciting time for me - whether I was the student or the teacher. Here is a freebie from my TpT store that I just love for the start of the school year, or new semester. It is the Student and Parent Info Sheet. Students fill out the front with their info and interests and parents get to gloat about their kids on the back. I just love reading what the kids and parents have to say!
But what, there's more! It's completely editable! Free and editable? Yep, I'm pretty nice, so leave me some love in the comments. :)
I usually start back up after Labour Day... but I've got a different kind of labour day coming up. Our first baby - a boy - is due today! I don't feel like he will be coming today though - does that mean I should deduct 10% per day until he arrives? It was sad walking past all of the back to school bins at Walmart a couple weeks ago, but the baby department is almost as cute! Best of luck to you as you start your new school year! I'll be here, taking the year off. Brosseau Sprout needs to learn Calculus before Kindergarten ;)