Hey there, Are you looking for ways to make your writing lessons engaging? Some reluctant writers really struggle when they’re told to write on a blank piece of paper. That’s why it’s awesome if your students can write AND make a craft. They get to have so much fun; they forget that they’re learning! The other great thing about writing… Read More
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St. Patrick’s Day themed activities can be a great way to make learning fun and festive during March. Are you looking for engaging St. Patty’s Day lessons ideas for your 1st grade students? These St Patrick’s Day activities for First Grade are perfect for Math and Literacy lessons. Sentence Building Why not teach sentence structure with a twist? These sentence… Read More
Okay, so opinion writing has always been one of my favorite things to teach! I just love the discussions that you can have with students about things they love and hate. But here’s the thing, getting students to put their ideas into writing isn’t a piece of cake. Without properly teaching the structure of opinion writing you could get a… Read More
Hey teacher! Today I want to discuss the best picture books for teaching Math and give you some ideas. Do you ever use storybooks during Math lessons? If not, you definitely need to start! Read alouds are often used during Literacy lessons, but there are so many great Math picture books out there. They are perfect for lesson warm-ups and… Read More
Are you looking for fun ways to teach Math to your First Graders? Sometimes a worksheet just isn’t engaging enough. But what if there was a way to teach Math concepts that was truly engaging for your students? What if the result was a cute bulletin board? Best of all, what if the activity was crafty/artsy but was actually no… Read More
Hey teacher, Are you struggling to cope right now? Are you exhausted and burnt out? Teaching is one of the hardest jobs. It can be physically AND emotionally draining. It’s especially intense at the moment with millions of teachers trying to teach during a pandemic. Teacher self-care is even more important now than it was before. You need to look… Read More