The situation is all too familiar. Your students do well on their weekly spelling tests. However, a week or so later they misspell some of those same words in a writing assignment. You thought they mastered the concepts from last week’s amazing grammar lesson… [read more]
Math Facts In order for students to succeed at higher-level math, they must first develop a strong foundation of understanding. Mastering basic math facts is a critical component of this. One way to help students understand math facts is by showing the relationships between… [read more]
Are you looking for an engaging way to integrate more technology into your classroom? Has your school gone 1:1? Are you curious about going digital in your classroom? Would you like to try an interactive lesson for Google Drive™? If so, wonderful! I have a… [read more]
You know that parent-teacher communication is important. So, each and every week you put together a beautiful class newsletter. You fill it with all the important details about the wonderful events in your classroom. You include spelling words, upcoming birthdays, test dates, etc. Then you… [read more]
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Thanksgiving is only 2 weeks away. I am looking forward to spending the day with my big extended family. This summer we moved back to MN so we could be closer to our family, so we are really looking forward to this holiday season. Today… [read more]
Bundle up. Grab the hot cocoa. Winter will be here soon. My kids are looking forward to the first snowfall. They have big plans for making snow angels and building snowmen. With this in mind, I created a new snowman themed sentence building activity. You… [read more]
It’s October and Fire Safety Awareness time. This FREE dot marker activity gives students a chance to “Stamp Out the Fire” as they learn about shapes. Download this FREE Dot Marker Shape Activity