When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Upper Elementary Resources

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Upper Elementary Resources. Get inspired and try out new things.
FREE Resource Library for Upper Elementary Resources

Previous Next MEET THE TEACHER NEXT DOOR At The Teacher Next Door, we know that you strive to be an effective reading teacher while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. In order to do that, you need resources that are impactful, yet simple. The problem is that most reading resources and curriculums out there are far […]

How to Plan Your First Escape Classroom

I'm always looking for new, fun ways to have students teach and practice our standards. This year, the rise in popularity of escape rooms really inspired me to figure out how they actually work in the elementary classroom. Here's how to do an escape classroom in elementary!

Best Websites for Elementary Classroom or at Home Use

Top online learning sties for upper elementary classrooms for in school or home or distant or remote learning. Websites for reading, language arts, math, science and art included.

How to Teach the Civil Rights Movement (Upper Elementary)

If you've been thinking about how you will teach the Civil Rights Movement to your upper elementary students, this blog post is for you! One big topic on the minds of educators is how and

The Best Reading Comprehension Strategies for Upper Elementary - The Teacher Next Door

The ultimate goal of any reading teacher is for students to have strong reading comprehension! Although reading comprehension encompasses lots of different reading skills, basically we want students to understand what they’ve read. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? In a typical class though, you’ll have a variety of types of readers. There’ll usually be a handful […]

8 Ways to Make Grammar Fun

Let’s be real…Grammar is important, but it can also be very dry. Since boredom is one of the easiest ways to make our students check out, it’s up to us to find ways to make grammar interesting and possibly even entertaining (imagine that)! I’m always on the lookout for ways to spice it up and […]

More related to Upper Elementary Resources