5E Lesson Format Explained

  • Uses a clever analogy to explain each of the 5 E's
  • Breaks apart each "E"
  • Word for word examples (Ready to Implement) 

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Chelsea Criswell

I’m Chelsea Criswell, a wife, a mom of 2, and a teacher! My passion is bringing fun and efficiency into the classroom. 

I have taught 5th grade math, 3rd grade, and Kindergarten. 

On this blog I will share information on how to bring fun into the classroom, how to improve student success, and show you how to be more efficient with the extra “stuff” teachers have to do in order to spend more time doing the things you love outside of the classroom.