A fun way to practice the letters of the alphabet with some December holiday themes! My toddler had a great time using these pages. It’s actually really hard to get her to do learning-at-home activities, so I was impressed and proud of her for doing these! I used the uppercase pages and wrote the matching lowercase letters on sticker dots…. Read More
Ready to teach and learn about apples?? This parts of an apple freebie can help you get started!
No prep freebies for teaching after winter break
I was obsessed with Play-Doh as a child, so I love using it in my classroom too!! Recently I was given the opportunity to try out two new Play-Doh Playsets in my classroom. I received Play-Doh Letters and Language and Play-Doh Colors and Shapes. One thing I did when I received my sets was to laminate the mats that were included…. Read More
Recently I posted this image on Instagram because I loved how pretty my table trash bins looked with all of the bright paper scraps! Several people commented about my labels, so I wanted to tell you a little more about my bins, and you can grab my labels for free at the end of this post! Table trash looks so pretty when… Read More
Qwirkle. It’s such a great word to say and such a FUN game to play!! We’ve been using Qwirkle from MindWare all year in our math stations. By now you might be asking, what is Qwirkle??! It’s a game that helps my students with their colors and shapes! It’s like playing Dominos + Scrabble combined! Qwirkle requires players to match the tiles… Read More