If you teach young children, you have most likely heard about phonemic awareness. You may have even heard of phonological awareness. Many people get these two things confused, or use them in the same way. I thought that I would explain the difference between them so you can have a better understanding of the two.
Can you smell it? Summer! Are you on the countdown? I am! It’s always sad to say goodbye to my group of students, but I love being able to reenergize my body and take some time for myself and family. I love to read, but honestly during the school year I just find that I […]
What is all of the buzz about bees? A lot! Bees are so important for our ecosystem but unfortunately some species are endangered. Kids are usually so curious about bugs, so you have instant engagement when you talk about bees! I like to teach the importance of them, and talk about ways we can help […]
Stop! Collaborate and Learn! Do you have that Vanilla Ice song stuck in your head now? Well all singing aside, let’s talk collaboration. Collaboration is such an important life skill. We use it throughout our lives. Primary students need to be taught how to collaborate. When students engage in activities that require collaboration, they are […]
It’s day 11 of the 12 Days of Giving! This is the last day for me, but Susan will have one more for you tomorrow.
Welcome to day 9 of the 12 Days of Giving! I hope you finding things that you can use in your classroom.
Welcome to day 7 of the 12 Days of Giving! We are over half way.
Welcome to day 5 of the 12 Days of Giving! I hope you are enjoying the freebies.
Welcome to day 4 of the 12 Days of Giving! This year I have teamed up with my teaching partner Susan from Friendly Froggies to give you 12 days of freebies. Hop on over to her blog to find your day four freebie.
Welcome to the 12 Days of Giving! This year I have teamed up with my teaching partner Susan from Friendly Froggies to give you 12 days of freebies. Since we can’t individually thank you, the next best thing we can do is give you freebies!