This time of year always makes me think of gingerbread! I love the smell of it, and more importantly the stories that have come from a simple cookie! I’ve gathered some of my favorite books, crafts and other fun ideas. Check them out!
Dice, dice baby! Do you have a little Vanilla ice stuck in your head now? Today I am here to share the power of dice. Did you know that dice have super powers? They do! They can take a simple activity, and add an extra element of fun with just one roll.
Who loves to teach about owls? I do! They are such fascinating creatures and my students always love to learn about them. It’s a great way to introduce vocabulary and compare them with different types of animals. Owls also have many adaptations that are fascinating to teach about. Here is a round-up of some resources […]
IT’S FRIDAY! Yes, I was screaming that! You probably were too, if you are a teacher. Halloween on a Monday? Really? Let’s just say that it was a long week. I am happy to start my weekend and share a bit from my week.
My students love QR codes! Well, really I love QR codes and I use them a lot in my class. So my students have no choice, but they never complain about them. Scavenger hunts are always a fun way to use them. Last week I added a new element to our normal math equation QR […]
Election day is coming up. As a teacher it is important to teach about the process, but remain neutral in front of my students. There are some great resources out there to help teach about election day.
Another week in the books, yippee! We had a great week in first grade. My class is really getting into the groove of first grade. I am linking up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching to share some of the craziness from this week!
Fri-Yay!! I am so excited for the weekend. Who am I kidding? I am always excited for the weekend. I am linking up with Kacey over at Doodle Bugs Teaching to share about my week.
Happy Friday friends! Did you have a fantastic week? Mine was exhausting. Will I ever feel caught up? I don’t think so, but in the meantime I am linking up with Kacey over at Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five For Friday.
Word work is such an important part of my day. During my reading block, I have my students go to a word work station. This is a time for them to practice sounds we are working on, or their sight words.