Teaching Freebies - Jen Kimbrell

Teaching

Let’s be honest, we could all use a little help with planning engaging lessons for our students. In fact, there are so many resources out there sometimes it can be overwhelming. Which is why I thought I’d share with you some of my best freebies to help eliminate the stress and have you spending your planning time doing the things that matter most.

Morning Meeting Getting Started Guide

Writing Workshop Guide

When I noticed that one of the most popular searches on Teachers Pay Teachers was “social-emotional activities”, I knew I needed to do something to help. 

This coupled with my work in school districts has led me to focus on developing the whole child AND the whole teacher.

Which is why I created this resource for you and your students. Let’s face it, teaching is HARD WORK! I believe to help others we must first help ourselves.

Morning meetings is a great way to build a classroom community and help everyone start the day on the right foot.

Grab the “Getting Started Guide” by clicking the button below.

So many teachers share with me the difficulty of teaching writing. I am in the process of making a guide to help you get started. Click on the button below to get on the waiting list. 

Once on the list, I’ll let you know when it is complete.

Coding Challenge

STEM Challenge

Never think that using technology is something “extra” you must do on top of your already busy schedule. That’s why digital storytelling is such a great way to teach coding! 

If you haven’t tried it before grab my coding technology challenge to help you infuse technology into your curriculum.

Just click the button below to get started.

Have you tried STEM Challenges in your classroom? Now more than ever we need to focus on developing students understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math concepts.

With the high demands placed on testing, plus the limited time available to teach subjects other than reading and math; it’s time to find creative ways to to develop students depth of knowledge.

Download my STEM Getting Started Guide by clicking the button below.