Custom Google Classroom Headers

I am so excited about the work that I’ve been able to do over the past month or so and providing teachers with custom Google Classroom headers! With everyone moving to an e-learning platform we have all had the need to use Google Classroom and why not make it as cute as can be? I would love to help you vamp up your Google Classroom! Send me and email or message and let me know what you are looking for!

These wonderful teachers gave me the opportunity to create these adorable headers for their Google Classrooms! Here are some samples of my work:

I am able to provide you with a variety of fonts, backgrounds, and clipart! If you wish to see more see my Custom Graphics tab. I look forward to working with you!

If you are wanting something more generic, I offer many options on my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Happy distance teaching!

-Stacey

Schools “Out”

Last week we officially got the call that all Oregon schools would be closed for the rest of the school year. I honestly expected this call but was dreading it. We had already had three weeks of distance learning and I was over it – learning that we would have ten more weeks of it was not ideal. This week my focus is on having a good attitude regardless of this circumstance. I have appreciated the teacher Instagram community so much last week and this week. People are focusing on spreading positivity and having fun regardless of what we are all going for. It’s encouraging hearing about what people are doing to have fun during this time! Some of my favorite mood lifters have been:

  1. Callie Danielle’s Procreate Tutorials
  2. AlatteLearning and her crew listening to Taylor Swift Albums
  3. Teach Create Motivate’s new FREE digital teacher journal

These have been helpful for me in keeping some fun and positivity in my days! Check out these awesome ladies! I am so grateful to get to benefit from their talent, fun, and positivity.

Hang in there! YOU CAN DO HARD THINGS!!

Teaching Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship is a topic that is more needed now more than ever in our classrooms! With many schools moving towards distance learning/e-learning/virtual learning students are spending a lot of time on the computer! My third grade students haven’t spent much time online this school year mainly due to technical issues with our connection. However, that is not the case anymore and there entire school days are online!

I’ve created this digital citizenship mini unit for teachers to help students understand the importance of being safe online, netiquette, their digital footprint, and cyberbullying. It includes four informative slides, three activities, and a Google Form to serve as an assessment. I hope this resource can help you as you navigate this challenging time with your students and families! Click here to view on TPT!