Think about this: Who is worth more to you than gold? Who came to your mind first? Who would you write about? I love asking this question to my students. Their responses are always so, SO sweet. This fun, March activity will get your students excited about St. Patrick’s Day,
Don’t Eat Pete is a fun game to play at your classroom Valentine’s Day party! This game will quickly become a class favorite– my students love this game so much! This free game download includes an Editable Sight Word Edition, the original version (which is perfect for Halloween or any
I wanted to share some pictures from our classroom Halloween party. I have always been blessed with *amazing* room parents and the parents that planned this party really went to town! (My sister from the Best Day Ever Blog helped plan everything!) The kids had a blast and it was
For some reason January makes me think of snow, penguins, and pretty much nothing else. Here in Utah it has been so bitter cold lately. It’s cold enough that my students are literally begging me to let them stay inside for recess and, because I am a sucker, I usually say yes.
So, remember those creepy crawlers I posted about yesterday? Well they were a hit and my students were enthralled! Since they are nocturnal creatures, I am so happy that they were really active when I showed them to my students. They also had to name them right away… To make it fair,
If you follow me on Facebook or on TpT, then you already know that I have finally finished my newest unit: How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems?! I go back to school on the 2nd, so I am already starting to prepare some of my lessons for January and February. This
This Holiday Bingo Set is perfect for class parties or family gatherings! It has fun holiday clipart for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and winter. It comes with 30 different variations of the bingo boards and caller cards (and can accommodate up to 30 students). The bingo boards and caller cards come in color and B&W