Teachers never have enough time, especially in November! There’s parent teacher conferences, the post-Halloween sugar rush, Thanksgiving, etc. Since planning
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite hands-on and interactive ideas for practicing and assessing color recognition and color words.
One of the first skills that I assess for my pre-k and kindergarten students is their letter knowledge. Some students
Since we talk about and see flowers starting to grow this time of year as a sign of spring and
Since young students tend to get extra excited and lose focus the days preceding a holiday class party, I like
Two of my favorite apps for classroom use are Pic Collage (we use the Pic Kids version) and Seesaw.
Keeping young students’ attention the weeks/days preceding Christmas can be a challenge which is why I like to incorporate engaging,
I have been trying to find new ways to incorporate technology into my lessons. I recently discovered Boom Cards™ and
Fall is one of my favorite seasons! I love the pretty fall leaves and the cooler “jeans & jacket” weather.
Two of my favorite apps for classroom use are Pic Collage (we use the Pic Kids version) and Seesaw. They