It’s common to feel overwhelmed with all the ideas and projects available on Pinterest. Narrowing down the information you are presented with is all based on how you choose to search.
Let’s say an upcoming theme for your classroom is the circus, and you want to find some new activities. Instead of just typing “circus activities” into the search bar, be sure to include the age group you are working with. Including an audience in your search will give you more age-appropriate options to choose from.
It is imperative that teachers keep standards and developmental milestones in mind when browsing for lesson plans. Standards describe what students are expected to know by the end of their time with you. Developmental milestones map out what physical skills and behaviors children should be showing according to age. Aligning appropriate standards and milestones with the activities you present will ensure students are learning suitable material.
Refresh your knowledge of standards and milestones using the resources below.
Lesson Plans An array of lesson plans are available to be adapted to meet your classroom’s specific needs.
Class Management Browse for tips and tricks for making your classroom run smoother
Classroom Décor There are tons of ideas for making your classroom more inviting and astatically pleasing. You and your students will spend hundreds of hours each year in your classroom. Why not make it as comfortable as possible?
Bulletin Boards A clever bulletin board is a great way to display your student’s work and get them excited for learning.
Classroom Organization Let’s face it, every teacher struggles with keeping their room together. There are a myriad of ways to help with the daily organization of your classroom on Pinterest.
Virtual Field Trips Using your Pinterest account with a Smartboard can take your students places you may not ordinarily be able to. These field trips are less expensive and less time-consuming as well.
Connect with other child care providers Following other educators will keep you informed on what they are doing in their classrooms. There is also an option for personal messaging other users.
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