Ready to teach telling time to your students? Read this blog post for some creative and interactive ways you can make telling time a breeze. Telling time is a very tricky skill for some students. Especially in a digital world, trying to instill and reinforce learning analog clock skills is extremely important. When most students […]
February is *almost* here! Do you have your books ready? There are so many holidays and celebrations you can incorporate into your classroom this month from Black History, Groundhog’s Day, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day… the list goes on. This month is busy, so this list will make planning your read-alouds a breeze. I am going […]
I love task cards so much. Who doesn’t?! I’m sure if you’re reading this post right now, it’s because you love task cards just as much as I do, maybe you’re looking to spice up your “task card game” in the classroom, or maybe you’re brand new and want to start implementing task cards now. […]
How did MLK day sneak up on me so quickly!? Seriously, the beginning of the year has been quite hectic that I almost forgot about this one! This is one “holiday” I don’t like to just skip over because time got away from us. It’s very important for students learn about MLK Jr. and to […]
Let your first and second graders work on fact families, addition facts, 2 digit addition without and without regrouping, and 2 digit subtraction with and without regrouping. These work great for morning work, seat work, homework, bell ringers, test prep, review, early and fast finishers, centers, and more.
It’s time to get back into full-gear with teaching. I know we can all hit a slump this time of year, but fear not – I have you covered. I have several products that are designed around this time of year. Actually, they are designed around this time of the month!
Phonics Flipbooks are an excellent way to get your students involved without the use of a basic worksheet. They are effective, easy to administer, and able to be adapted to the needs of your students. My students enjoy doing them and have now gotten to the point where they need a little direction on how […]
IDIOMS ~ A Form of Figurative Language What is an Idiom? An idiom refers to a set expression or a phrase that is not meant to be taken literally. My students were having a bit of trouble learning about idioms, so I created these puzzles to help with the meaning and a picture to show what […]
My students absolutely love to work on STEM projects. This week’s stem activity was to build a house, or a structure, of cards. I got this activity from Brook Brown ~ Teach Outside the Box . It’s currently my favorite STEM project for elementary grades. Brooke Brown is my go-to person for all things STEM. Use the […]