With students being out of the classroom because of COVID-19, I was struggling with what to do for Mother’s Day.
Science experiments are one of the best ways to keep young students engaged and learning, but you may be wondering
Since many teachers are starting the year virtually or in a hybrid situation, I have received many questions about how
As we enter the 2020-21 school year in either a social-distanced classroom or a virtual classroom, one of the many
At the end of the school year I always like to have students write about their favorite memories or what
Since many schools are staying closed for the remainder of the school year, teachers will not be able to print
I have received several questions regarding how to use Boom Cards in Seesaw, therefore I thought I would create a
I have received many questions on whether Boom Cards can be used with Google Classroom, so I decided to create
Digraphs are two letters that make a third letter sound when combined, for example sh and th. The digraph sound
Here is a simple, fun way to practice number bonds in your math groups – use dominoes! Not only do
Since sight words are so critical to reading success because they are used so often and can not easily be
I love incorporating science experiments and STEM challenges into my lessons! They are so engaging and meaningful for my students
One of the first skills that I assess for my pre-k and kindergarten students is their letter knowledge. Some students
The end of the school year signals the beginning of summer for many students. This is the perfect time of
I love how these earth day crafts & writing prompts turned out and I wanted to share them with you.
Since we talk about and see flowers starting to grow this time of year as a sign of spring and
Recently I was asked for end of the year student gift ideas. I went back through my files and found
I wanted to share with you today some favorite and fun ideas for teaching the letters of the alphabet and
This post contains my favorite end of the school year craftivities and bulletin board displays that I have used over the
Signs of the Spring Season I love the coming of spring because it signals the end of the long, cold winter.
This is a guest blog post by Dahlia Anderson. As teachers, parents, and guardians, the responsibility of ensuring cybersecurity in
If you haven’t tried an escape room with your students yet, St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect opportunity! That tricky
Technology is playing a much bigger role in education and the world today, especially since the spring of 2020, and
I started creating escape rooms for kindergarten after doing a few with my family and having such a great time!
So here we are in late January and a lot of us are still doing some type of digital distance
I don’t know about you, but I always like my learning activities to reflect either the current season or our
With so many of us going back to full virtual learning for the holidays, I needed to create a way