Distance Learning Word Families Activities Are you teaching a hybrid class this year or completely online distance learning? If you teach word families you need to check out this digital version of my traditional write the room short vowel sets. What I love most about word families is that it gives students confidence as they
Back to school Freebie Interactive notebooks are all the rage it seems but often times it is hard to know where to begin especially with young children many who are still in the early learning stages of cutting/gluing and writing. I had a special request to make an interactive notebook for 1st graders and got
Kindergarten Math Centers for March I have just updated my Kindergarten Math Centers for March to include some fun and practical activities to last all month! Number Bonds using ten frames This center will allow your students to continue working on basic number bonds by using a ten frame as a model. Pick 2 different
Veterans Day I love November, the reflection, the 30 days of Thankfulness, Veterans Day and some extra days off of school lol. I decided to create a Veterans Day unit this year for my son’s class. He is in second grade this year and his teacher is so awesome! I did differentiate many of the
February Read Alouds for the Elementary Classroom By far February is one of my favorite months for read aloud stories. There are so many holidays and topics that you can incorporate within your daily listening center. You have Groundhogs Day, Dental Health Month, Presidents Day and Valentines Day as well. February offers a smorgasbord of
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][us_image image=”6710″ align=”center”][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text]Do you have a QR Code Listening Center in your classroom? There are many ways to use QR Codes in your classroom! They make the perfect addition to your Listening Center and can be used during daily 5 rotations! The QR codes are simple to use and the kids love the technology aspects.
Summer Screen Time Rules Summer has arrived in our house and we are super excited! If you are anything like me you probably haves some great things planned for the kids this year. At our house we need to keep them busy and off screens as much as possible. Introduce Summer Screen Time Rules for our
April is National Poetry Month! Using fun rhyming books to teach some of the different types of poetry can be an easy way to lessen the anxiety some kids can have when they being poetry lessons. By using poetry in the classroom you can help children with word knowledge, rhyming patterns as well as build