Teaching Resources by Laura Candler
The past few days I have been working on writing a guest blog post for Laura Candler’s Corkboard Connections Blog. I have been thinking about reading conferences and had a few thoughts. Laura was kind enough to allow me to share on her blog. So the post is now live and is entitled: Child-Centered Reading Conferences
Do you know about Laura Candler? She has many free teaching resources and specializes in education for Grades 2-5. She is a well-known educator who speaks to groups of teachers about several topics. She was a Milken Family Foundation Educator in 2000, which is a huge award in the education world.
First, here is a link to her blog: Corkboard Connections Blog by Laura Candler
Laura also has a SEASONAL FREEBIES Scoop-it Site that is worth checking out often to find free teaching materials. The materials are mainly for grades 2-5. I have contributed to this site, as well.
Laura Candler’s Teaching Resources Facebook Fan Page with more tips, information, and links to freebies. New resources are announced on this page!
Now for her main website: Teaching Resources is created by Laura to share her ready-to-use classroom resources. The site consists of dozens of pages of helpful information and free printables. Topics include Literature Circles, Learning Centers, Classroom Management, and academic subject areas such as math, literacy, science, and social studies. This is a link to her free filing cabinet page: http://www.lauracandler.com/filecabinet/index.php
Laura’s site offers a wealth of educational materials in reading, math, science, social studies, and even multiple kinds of intelligence. I love how child-friendly her materials are!
So I hope you will check out these resources from Laura if you are teaching grades 2 through 5, because they are so helpful. Happy reading,