Teaching children to be grateful is something that is developed over time, often through great rolemodeling. How to you role model what you are thankful for on a daily basis? Do you practice being grateful for the people, things and events in your life? It’s important to me that children learn these skills from an […]
One of my favorite things to teach when I taught Kindergarten was reading, followed by writing. Our reading program started by the third week of school after the students were mostly settled into the routines, transitions and everything Kindergarten. Over the years, I tried a few different ways, small groups, half groups, as well as […]
Click on the image above to download your free New Year’s poem. This freebie can also be found in our New Year’s Writing Printables file for first and second grade. Here are some samples below. Click on the images to even more.
It’s almost that time of year and for our students, this time of year is the most exciting for those who celebrate Christmas. I love making Christmas vocabulary resources and these are our most popular! Here are a few of our Christmas themed vocabulary resources for the early childhood classroom.
I am loving these pinned foil Christmas decorations, inspired by From the Pond’s Pinning Pages. I wanted to make a swag of foil craft for Christmas this year as it’s inexpensive and looks great against the lights of the Christmas tree. When I saw Mel’s pinning pages, I was inspired to use the foil with […]