Welcome back to school! Your room is filled with eager, new-to-you students. We’re here to help you quickly assess their skills and plan your course.
Handwriting is the key way children communicate in the classroom. That’s why you’ll want to administer the Screener of Handwriting Proficiency in the first few weeks to identify children who need further evaluation, accommodations, or support.
On the first day of school, you welcomed digital natives into your classroom. Although these students were born during the Information Age, it is crucial that they learn explicit keyboarding and digital citizenship skills. Our Jump Into Keyboarding article explains the importance of raising responsible digital citizens.
Strong school-to-home connections are fundamental to everyone’s success. Our Little Hoppers article offers five ways for you to foster strong partnerships with families. Don’t forget to check out the activities and downloads page for our back-to-school Welcome Letters and Top 10 Classroom Downloads to support year-long classroom success.