Welcome to the new Teaching Resources website! My blog and website used to reside on two separate domains, and I’m excited that they’re finally together on one mobile-friendly platform! However, the site just went live this morning and it looks like there are quite a few bugs to be worked out, so please be patient during the transition. Many of these issues couldn’t be detected until the site went live, and we’re working hard behind the scenes to correct these errors as we find them. I feel confident that after everything is working properly, it will be easier than ever to navigate LauraCandler.com to find your favorite teaching resources!
I’ve been raving about Angela Watson’s 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club for years because I truly believe that it’s a life-changing resource. The 40 HTW Club only accepts new members twice a year, and I’m excited to share that it will open again very soon. Membership isn’t free,Read more
Do you love math? Or are you convinced that the math train left the station without you long ago? No matter how you feel about it, if you’re an elementary educator, you’ll probably have to teach math at some point. Fortunately, growth mindset research and new findings about howRead more
Have you tapped into the power of Plickers yet? Plickers is a free, interactive tech tool that uses printable “paper clickers” instead of clicker devices. Each student is assigned a unique Plickers card that has a black and white image similar to a QR code. The letters A, B,Read more
Do you teach quadrilateral classification? If so, did you know there are THREE ways to define a trapezoid? Americans use either the inclusive or the exclusive definition depending on their curriculum. To complicate matters even more, teachers who live outside the United States define trapezoids in a completely differentRead more
Laura is the owner of Teaching Resources and a former 5th grade teacher from Fayetteville, North Carolina. Laura was a classroom teacher for 30 years, and she now spends her time creating books and resources for elementary educators. While Laura was teaching, she was the recipient of the prestigious Milken Family Foundation Educator Award, and she received National Board Certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist. She has presented educational workshops online and around the country for over 20 years She’s the author of 10 books for teachers as well as over 100 digital resources.