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Paper Saving Ideas for your Classroom

May 12

If you are like me, you are always looking for paper saving ideas for your classroom.  I would prefer to NOT have stacks and stacks of former trees in my life.  The Lorax would be so proud! Play a word…

Earth Day Lesson Plans with a FREE File!

April 10

Earth Day is right around the corner, so this week we will be incorporating some fun math and literacy activities in anticipation! Here are a few gems I rounded up for Earth Day.   Earth Day Popcorn Treats from Simple…

What a PIGSTY of a week!

April 9

This week we read Pigsty by Mark Teague and we had quite a week!  As you may know, we take one book and dive deep into it for an interactive read aloud. This enables us to teach with deep comprehension….

Kindergarten Lesson Plans ~ Dental Health week!

February 21

Dental health kindergarten lesson plans are here.  These are a few of my favorite dental books!    I love Throw Your Tooth on the Roof.  Students can learn to see the world from a different perspective!  This is such a…

Kindergarten Lessons President’s Day Week!

February 15

President’s Day Kindergarten Lesson Plans!President’s Day in kindergarten can be a bit meh… But last year we were all kinds of excited about it!   We started off our unit of study with Abe Lincoln’s Hat by Martha Brenner. We…

Looking Ahead to March! With a FREE file preview

February 10

Here are some March Kindergarten math and literacy stations! Kindergarten math centers are an essential part of our day. I love using math center to help reinforce and practice key skills.  I updated this unit last year. In fact, I…

How I organize games, updates, and FREE File

February 2

I have been making kindergarten games for my classroom since the days of index cards and Sharpies AKA: pre-cute fonts and clip art days.  Many of you know that I collect empty frosting containers to store them in. This is…

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