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“I am grateful for women everywhere.” – Doc Meek

Today I am full of gratitude for women and mothers and grandmothers everywhere. They make the world work. I am also grateful for Janelle Cox, Elementary Education Guide, for her back-to-school guest newsletter below. 

– Doc Meek, Mon, Aug 26, 2013, Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

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Elementary Education Teaching 101 Lesson Plans Back to School
From Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education
It’s back to school time! This week learn the 10 most popular back-to-school books, along with the 10 most popular back-to-school resources. Plus: bulletin board ideas! Want more from K6educators? “Like” me on Facebook and Twitter, and check out my boards onPinterest.
10 Popular Back-to-School Books 

Help ease those first day jitters by reading students a few back-to-school books. Here I have selected the top 10 books to read to students during the first few weeks… Read more
Top 10 Most Popular Back-to-School Resources 

Browse our top 10 most popular Back-to-School resources. Here you will learn how to write a student welcome letter, conduct the first day of school, create procedures and routines that… Read more
Creative Bulletin Board Ideas 

Bulletin boards are a fun, attractive way to educate or display students work. Whether your creating a seasonal board, teaching board or birthday board, it’s a fun way to… Read more
Lesson Plans and Activities 

Lesson Plans are the bread and butter of teaching. Here, you can get ideas and inspiration that you can take into the classroom and use as early as tomorrow.

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Year-end tips for elementary teachers, from Janelle Cox

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Today I am grateful for Janelle Cox.

Her tips and resources for teachers and parents of elementary school pupils is so valuable.  – Doc  Meek

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From Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education
This week you will learn an elementary math lesson on data collection, and how to stop summer brain drain. Plus: a second grade project.
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Stop Summer Brain Drain!

How can we prevent summer brain drain? Most teachers wish parents understand how essential it is to keep students learning throughout the summer. Once students come back in the fall… Read more
Second Grade Project 

Discover a second grade project for science class that you can print out and send home with your students to complete. It also includes a parent letter home explaining all… Read more
Elementary Math Lesson on Data Collection for Grades 2-4

According to the Common Core Standards elementary students must learn to represent and interpret data. Here is a fun lesson plan that will get your students off their feet while… Read more
Assessment and Testing

You can’t teach your students unless you first assess exactly where they are and what they’re developmentally ready to learn. These resources will help make your assessment tasks easier and more effective.
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“Flawless Reading Lesson Plan & Earth Day.” – Janelle Cox

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Today I am grateful for the educational leadership Janelle Cox provides to elementary school teachers and parents! Here is a recent newsletter from Janelle.  – Doc Meek, Tuesday, April 10, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

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This newsletter for teachers is from Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education

This week’s newsletter contains tools for effectively using a graphic organizer, creating a flawless reading lesson plan, providing fun activities for Earth day, and much more!


Why Choose a Graphic Organizer?

The most appealing aspect of a graphic organizer is the fact that it helps students understand and process essential information. Most students I have come across seem to understand the information that is taught very quickly once they see the information organized. Students seem to benefit from…Read More

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Top 10 Components of a Language Arts Lesson Plan

Lesson plans help teachers organize their objectives and goals into an easy to read format. Some teachers feel comfortable using a basic lesson plan template for all subjects, while others prefer a template that is structured to the specific subject they are teaching. This language arts (reading) template provides…Read More

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6 Earth Day Activities

Earth day is celebrated every year on April 22. This is a day to take the time to remind students the importance of preserving our earth. Help your students get a better understanding of how they can help our earth by…Read More

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Parent Communication Strategies and Ideas

By communicating effectively with parents, you are forming a cooperative team that has the students’ best interests at heart. Extend your lessons beyond the classroom with effective school-home communication.

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Thank you, Janelle Cox, for your focus on helping elementary education teachers help our kids!

Doc Meek, Tues, Apr 10, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

“Springtime teaching tips for elementary teachers.” – Janelle Cox

Monday, March 26, 2012. Today I am grateful for computers and the internet, which can help us do a better job as teachers or parents.  – Doc Meek

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Elementary Education Back to School Teaching 101 Discipline Tips
From Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education
Celebrate Springtime with an Easter Poem

Spring is finally here! Now it’s time to start planning for Easter-themed lessons, projects and activities. Whether your looking for a simple bunny craft, a creative lesson plan or a… Read more
Top 10 Easter Journal Writing Ideas

Inspire your students to get creative with their journal writing. Provide them with a variety of Easter-related journal prompts and topics to help get them in the Easter spirit. Topics include…Read more
Printable Easter Word List

This comprehensive Easter word list can be used to create many Easter activities such as: worksheets, writing prompts, word walls, word searches and…Read more
Holiday Lesson Ideas

Holiday-related lesson plans, activities, ideas, links, coloring pages, crafts, book lists, and more for elementary school teachers and their students.

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Thank you again, Janelle Cox, for helping us teachers and parents to do our jobs!

Doc Meek, Mon, Mar 26, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

“Elementary Teachers, Celebrate St Patrick’s Day.” – Janelle Cox

Friday, March 16, 2012. Today I am grateful for Janelle Cox, of About.com: Elementary Education, who helps provide leadership and practical help for elementary school teachers . – Doc Meek

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Creative St. Patrick’s Day Writing Prompts

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by encouraging your students to become creative writers. I have compiled an extensive list of creative writing prompts and ideas for St. Patrick’s Day. You will find writing prompts, creative writing ideas and St. Patrick’s Day party tips. Use this list in conjunction with your St. Patty’s Day theme.

Do you have any St. Patrick’s Day writing prompts or ideas you would like to share? Join in on the conversation on our Forum.

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From Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day! How do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your class? Take a look at what other teachers are saying in the forum. On Wednesday, March 14th look for the article on quick tips and activities for St. Patrick’s Day.

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What Are the Best St. Patrick’s Day Writing Prompts?

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by encouraging your students to become creative writers. I have compiled an extensive list of creative writing prompts and ideas for St. Patrick’s Day. You will…Read more

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5 Tips to Help the Disorganized Student

Disorganized students are often forgetful, distracted, messy, and use their time inefficiently. Learn 5 practical tips to help your disorganized student by…Read more

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Quick 5 Minute Activities

Are you looking for some quick activities to do before the bell rings or when you have a few extra minutes to spare? You can maximize your instructional time by… Read more

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Can a Professional Portfolio Help Keep Your Job?

The New York Times published an article titled, “Petty Differences Mark Consensus on Teachers.” This relates to the media blitz on how government officials are pushing for more…Read more

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Thank you, Janelle Cox, for your elementary education leadership!

Doc Meek, Fri, Mar 16, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

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