Hi everyone, it’s been a while. I have been away from the blog for a little while starting with the rush to get trimester 1
Storytelling in Practice #3: I’ve finished the story. Now what?
This is the third part of a 3 part answer to a question that was sent to me by an elementary school teacher about using storytelling in the
Storytelling in Practice #2: The next step is to just tell the story, right? Wrong.
TPRS/Story asking in early elementary This is the second part of a 3 part answer to a question that was sent to me by an
Storytelling in Practice #1: What do you do before you start a story in early elementary?
TPRS/Story asking in early elementary I got an email recently from a teacher who was using one of my stories (Roberto no tiene papas fritas). The
Simon Says? Seriously? (Looking at Simon Says in a CI Context)
Testing week Testing week is tough: the kids are both revved up and worn down at the same time and they are antsy to get
Getting Better at Teaching Kindergarteners (And a Kindergarten Story)
It’s been a pretty crazy few weeks recently. Grades are due for report card time (we are on a trimester system) and I got a