There are lots of printables in my Halloween print and go pack. All you have to do is print and GO! Zero prep! I love using these for morning work or early finishers. There are also some good pages to use for homework.
This is a game that I have my students use during our literacy stations. They match up the pictures, read the words, and then record them on their page. It’s a great way to practice sight words with a Halloween theme!
Write the room activities are my favorite! I love that it gets the kiddos up and moving while they are practicing handwriting and learning new vocabulary. This pack has differentiated recording pages to meet the needs of all of your learners!
🍎🍏 It's my favorite time of year!! 🍎🍏Rosh Hashanah starts tonight which is the Jewish New Year. ✡️ One of the foods we eat on this holiday is apples dipped in honey. So we have apples galore in our home right now!!Apple activities were always my favorite to do in the classroom too! This All About Apples resource was always a hit with my kindergarten kids. 🍎🍏 bit.ly/applespack... See MoreSee Less
Favorite art supply?? Markers!!✨️I used to always let my students use markers when we did handwriting. It just makes it more fun!! At home, my daughter was practicing with my Ways to Show Numbers pages and grabbed her Magic Stix markers by The Pencil Grip Inc. ✨️ These markers are the best!!! They get used constantly in our home and the ink lasts for so long! ... See MoreSee Less
Working on number sense? My Ways to Show Numbers 1-10 resource got a little glow up recently! Full page and half sheet are both included now.My daughter tried them out and loved them, so they are 5 year old approved!bit.ly/shownumbers... See MoreSee Less
There's just something about a calendar and some good pens that gets me in the mood to plan and organize!Sound off in the comments with your favorite brand/type of pen!I've actually been loving the Paper Mate colored mechanical pencils.Calendars: bit.ly/monthlyteachercalendars... See MoreSee Less