October is a great time to start hunting for Halloween read alouds for your classroom. There are so many amazing picture books out there, how do you choose the best halloween story books to read to your class? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Your students are going to love these fun Halloween themed storybooks! 1.) Room On A Broom… Read More
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Have you ever asked the following questions… How do I start teaching time? What is the easiest way to teach time? How do you explain the concept of time to a child? How can I teach my child the time? If so, don’t worry – you’re not alone! Teaching the concept of time is a tricky topic. Today we’re going… Read More
Are you looking for some engaging first day of school crafts? How about a first week of school craftivity that’s no prep? If so, you’ll love these back to school writing crafts for teaching how to (procedure) writing. How to get ready for school The first craft is a cute backpack with the writing prompt ‘how to get ready for… Read More
Hey there! As the beginning of the school year gets closer and closer, you might be wondering what activities you should be doing on the first day and the first week of the new school year. Perhaps you want easy activities that are no prep for you. You probably want activities that are engaging for students. You could also be… Read More
Hey there! So, you’re teaching fractions and I bet you’re looking for ideas. However, you want your students to not only understand the concepts, but also be engaged in hands-on learning and, most importantly, have fun. Well luckily for you, I’ve found 15 hands on ways to teach fractions that you and your students will LOVE! 15 hands on ways… Read More
Hey there, Are your students struggling with reading CVCe words? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with these free CVCe reading activities! The freebie I’m going to share today is a selection of reading activities that are phonics based. Students read words, sentences, and passages with long a, long i, long o, and long u sounds. First, they practice reading… Read More