Our year of Covid education was interesting, to say the least. It encompassed many things; good, bad, and ugly. Along the path of getting through this past year, teachers got even more creative and we problem solved more than ever. We learned some new skills and ideas that we may want to keep going. Let’s […]
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Check out this list of excellent Back to School Books that are perfect for Kindergarten and lower elementary classes. I want to strongly encourage teachers to grab some actual books and read them to their learners. Students need to see the parts of a book, see how to turn pages, and learn how to track […]
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Check out these FUN and engaging Treasure Chest ELA Ideas that will make your students happy and make the teachers jump for joy because of skill building fun. Get ready for some much learning FUN. I plan to use many of these ideas to start the school year assessments and small groups with. These were […]
Earth Day is coming and you may be in need of some great Earth Day Books to integrate into your classroom. Check out our Earth Day Book list with links to grab the books or check out our Earth Day videos for kids watch the books online. If you are looking for some Earth Day […]
Check out these FUN and engaging Treasure Chest Math Ideas that will make your students happy and make the teachers jump for joy because of skill building fun. Get ready for some much learning FUN. I plan to use many of these ideas to start the school year assessments and small groups with.
Georgia Kindergarten Teachers, I have something just for you. I created Individual Student GKIDS Readiness Checklists.
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I can’t wait to share an idea for a simple tumble block game that uses a $1 game from The Dollar Tree. Not only will I share my ideas for this game with you, but I will show you how to differentiate it yourself.
We need to promote independent learning with Sight Word Printables because it just makes sense.