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
October is my favorite month! I absolutely love pumpkins, fall, and all things Halloween. So, when I saw this fanged pumpkin tutorial from Martha Stewart, I had to try it right away! I made them with my family and they all turned out so cute. This would be a fun activity
I have so many summer projects going on, and I am excited to show you my first finished product! This Teacher Plan Book will help you get organized for the upcoming school year and can easily used from year-to-year! It is also affordable, practical, and ink friendly. All the planner pages come in B&W
I have updated my All About Biographies unit on TpT and I’ve added four new activities! (BTW: You can view my original post about this unit here.) My students started their autobiographies last week and they will present their final pieces at our school’s Literacy Night! I love teaching my
Do you need something to encourage your students to have good behavior? Gold for Good Behavior is perfect for the month of March (& St. Patrick’s Day) and your students will have so much fun earning gold for good behavior! In my classroom, I have my students divided into three
This March activity will help your students practice measuring with a non-standard unit (shamrocks). My students loved searching the classroom (with their shamrock rulers) for something to measure. This is a fun, educational activity that will help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at school. I love teaching non-standard measurement and
I am really excited for this month of LOVE! My Valentine packet: February Activities (Writing, Math and More) BUNDLE (updated in January 2021 and formally called All You Need is LOVE) has so many math and writing activities and I know my students will enjoy all of them. I am probably
This week we are learning about CVCe words and I introduced my students to SUPER E! Let’s just say that they are crazy about him and he’s really captured their attention! Teaching CVCe word patterns to your kindergarteners and first graders can be tricky! Let’s start with first things first.
Let’s face it — we teach in a world where our students NEED to know what true and false mean. Just knowing what these words mean will give our students the upper hand on any test. In math right now, my students are learning about this true/false concept, but they aren’t quite
This non-standard measurement packet will give your students measuring practice with snowflakes! Using non-standard measurement will help your students to understand how to measure while laying an important foundation for measuring with standard units. This the perfect math packet for winter and your students will have so much fun learning.
Tell me… Have you ever wondered how Snowmen Solve Story Problems?! Read on to find out (your students will be SO happy that you did)! You and your students will enjoy this math winter themed packet (perfect for January) while learning more about how to story problems correctly! This packet
I created this hands-on packet, because my first graders were struggling with number lines– they simply weren’t using them correctly, because they weren’t getting enough practice. (Can you relate?! ) Knowing what a valuable tool number lines are, I came up with this packet and filled it with engaging activities
Cold season is just around the corner and my little first graders can’t seem to keep their fingers out of their noses!! I have made this No Nose-Picking poster that we will be talking about on Monday. Hopefully this will remind my students to get a Kleenex instead!! You can