This Valentine is perfect for a teacher or coworker. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love getting beautiful flowers as a gift. As a teacher, I’d prefer to get flowers over candy (but it doesn’t hurt to throw in a gift card somewhere, of course). You can attach this tag
Category: Free Printable
Your kids (or significant other) will love waking up to a heart decorated door on Valentine’s Day! All you have to do is download this free printable from my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY, print onto card stock, cut out the hearts, write on the hearts with a black marker, and tape
This free download includes a daily routine or schedule outline that is perfect for homeschooling, distance learning, teachers, long school breaks, sahms, and summer vacation. Included below is an example of how I use this schedule in my home. You can download it from my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY by clicking HERE!
These nose pencil sharpener Valentines are my new favorite (and my son LOVES them, too)! I am pretty sure that these will be a crowd pleaser, whether you give them out to your first grade students, child’s friends, or co-workers. Materials Needed: Nose Pencil Sharpeners Pencils Washi Tape Hot Glue White
My daughter is SO excited to share these wand Valentines with her friends this year! She is all things fancy, princess, and ballerina, so these are perfect for her. I love how they aren’t full of sugar and I am all about non-candy Valentines this year (and every year really).
For St. Patrick’s Day, you can give your students this fun, free St. Patrick’s Day Joke Book! (You can print one out for each child or make one for your classroom library and read the jokes to your students throughout the day on St. Patrick’s Day.) But let me warn you,
Since I only have 5 days of school left, I finished up my end-of-the-year gifts for my students and parent volunteers this weekend. It took a whole lot of ribbon and cellophane, but I am finally finished! If you follow me on Facebook HERE or Instagram HERE then you got a little
A few months ago, I challenged my first graders to read 100 books! My students all had different reactions to this challenge… Most got really excited and started right way. Some thought it was absolutely impossible. (It’s hard enough to count to 100… let alone read 100 books!) However, no matter
February is a great time to develop friendship skills and build unity in the classroom. Last year I gave my students glow sticks on Valentine’s Day and they loved it. (And I loved it, because glow sticks don’t contain any sugar and I found them at the dollar store… BONUS!) You can download
You know that cute lady, Cara, from The First Grade Parade? (Ahh, who am I kiddin’!? Of course you do!!!) Well… she recently posted about a super cute writing poster called, “What Do Writers Write?” After seeing it on her blog (and all over Pinterest) I immediately made one for my class.
My students have been struggling with story problems lately. So I decided to make some math charts for addition and subtraction key words. I got the idea from Jodi at Fun in First (she has really great ideas… if you haven’t checked out her blog, you NEED to). These are the key