Caitlin Myers
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Do your students struggle with adding and subtracting decimals? This chant has worked wonders in our classroom!

Do your students struggle with adding and subtracting decimals? This chant has worked wonders in our classroom!

Color Theory

Use the colour wheel as the basis for a single colourfull illuration that could be tessellated across the wrapping paper? color theory chart - beautifully simply way to learn this (plus the fact that I suck at combining colors LOL!

Mistakes happen when you are pushing at the edge of your capabilities. That's a powerful place to be. Don't beat yourself up for making a mistake, it's evidence that you're bravely facing your limits and moving beyond them.

when you think you've made a mistake, think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful. Sometimes, my favorite part of a painting is there from where I fixed what I thought was a mistake!

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | All About Me Bunting!

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 All About Me Bunting!

I stumbled upon this while looking through teaching tools for sixth graders... but I think we could all use a few of these a little more often.

I love words, and the English language is so very vast. Unfortunately we hear so very little of it on a daily basis. Expand your vocabulary; expand your mind.

Self actualisation & finding contentment in life is by addressing & balancing the 7 pillars of life & mental wellbeing - The Wellness Wheel

The Wellness Wheel - defining and outlining the six dimensions of wellness. (possible use for coaching assessment)