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Love to Learn and Teach

Can we just take a minute to appreciate the greatness that is Spring Break? Up until a few years ago we were still only getting one week off in March and now that just seems way too short. Thank goodness for whichever powers at the school board decided to save some money by closing the school for an extra week...I really appreciate it! With Spring Break comes so much extra free time. Free time to sit and think about school stuff, just from the comfort of my couch. One of the things I've been…

Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever! - Teaching with Jillian Starr

Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It is highly engaging! 2. It lasts for as long as

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This super fun addition game is perfect for any little football fans!. Great for around the superbowl or anytime!

Football Addition Game

Have a football fan? Have fun practicing addition to 10 with this printable addition game!

These alligator great than, less than printables are wonderful for comparing numbers!

Alligator greater than, less than printables - The Measured Mom

Here's a simple way to teacher less than, greater than: with toys! Free printable included.

7 th grade math helps

How I FINALLY Made Math Centers Work in My Classroom | First Belle

Do Math Centers mystify you? Well, let me simplify them! I was never satisfied with how my math rotations went, but NOW I LOVE my math class setup!

spelling

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word?

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!)

I found an extra bunch of letter tiles in the back of my closet during my spring cleaning, so I created this little language arts game call...

Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!

Practice Printing Bags

A fun way to practice printing shapes, letters, sight words and more!

Word Work Stations

Word Work Stations

Looking for word work ideas? Check out this freebie and enjoy! :)...

Love this ideas for building sight words using pool noodles and paper towel holders. So cheap and easy but the kids love it! It's tactile, hands on, and QUIET! So easy to implement in literacy centers or small groups. Students can build each sight word or

Word Work & Spelling with Pool Noodles

Teaching resources, activities, games, & worksheets for the K-2 classroom. Classroom management & organization tools.

On The Shelf: A Picture Diary of Montessori Work In Our Classroom: Spelling, sorting, and mapping...just a few new activities that are popular right now

Spelling, sorting, and mapping...just a few new activities that are popular right now

I found a big bag of letter beads on sale at the craft store and I am trying to find creative uses for them. Here's a simple language work w...

These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom.

Little Spelling Box - Teach Me Mommy

I am sharing another little hack I found that helps when doing revision of spelling words for homework: this little spelling box! Building words with foam letters are so much more fun than ordinary letter cards! I made a Little Maths Box the other day to practice sums, and then I had more little boxes and decided …

Use a paint stir stick for word work during small group reading!

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Write the words in white crayon and color over them with marker to make them magically appear!

EDITABLE Word Work Activities - Playdough To Plato

These 26 word work activities work with any words under the sun: sight words, phonics, spelling lists, word families, themed words... the sky's the limit! And, as a huge bonus, the mega pack of word work activities requires almost no prep. Kids love that they're fun - teachers love that they're ready to play! Whether you're in need of ready to go literacy centers, word work stations, fun spelling practice or homeschool activities, this pack has you covered.

31 Ways to Practice Spelling Words. Fun and creative ideas to help kids have fun while they're learning. They'll love practicing their spelling words!

Fun Ways to Practice Spelling Words - Creative Family Fun

Take the boredom out of spelling practice with one of these creative and fun ways to practice spelling words that will work with any word list.

What a fun way to teach kids about punctuation marks! Have them add the right ones with stickers.

Punctuation Stickers Activity for Kids - Creative Family Fun

This grammar activity, Punctuation Stickers, is a fun way to practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence.

Great way to practice spelling!

DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo bricks

Almost a year ago I made a couple of DIY spinny spellers for my kids, because they were learning to sound out letter combinations and blend...

Fun way to practice making words! You could also give students a limited number of letters and a focus vowel, then see how many rhyming CVC words they could make!

Fill In The Blank Spelling with Playdough - No Time For Flash Cards

Spell CVC words with letter stamps and playdough.

Word work stamp in the sand plus tons of summer themed activities your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten kiddos will LOVE! #preschool #pre-k #summertheme

Summer Activities & Centers for Little Learners - Pocket of Preschool

Summer is finally here, and it’s time to celebrate with FUN, hands-on SUMMER themed activities your little learners will go bonkers for! Take the learning outside or get messy inside and enjoy the summer season. Grab your lesson planner, and lets jump right in! If you would like ALL the Summer Themed Math & Literacy...Read More

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language

Comma Llama

Kelsey//Third Grade Reading on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all the wrong places. Llama llama don’t forget…”

3,034 Likes, 98 Comments - Kelsey//Third Grade Reading (@myclassbloom) on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all…”

Adverbs anchor chart!

Saddle up for Second Grade

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Science

Frankenworms: a fun science experiment with gummy worms!

We've all Gone MAD! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

We’ve all gone MAD…scientist at our school! Today was science day! Every teacher in every grade pre-K- 5th grade experimented on with their students! First Stop Mixtures and Solutions: Second Grade Pumpkin Science in Third Grade: Pumpkin Dissection Pumpkin Bread Mr. Herzog and Mrs. Moon Mrs. Fermin Fourth Grade: Gak Lab States of […]

Love to Learn and Teach

Can we just take a minute to appreciate the greatness that is Spring Break? Up until a few years ago we were still only getting one week off in March and now that just seems way too short. Thank goodness for whichever powers at the school board decided to save some money by closing the school for an extra week...I really appreciate it! With Spring Break comes so much extra free time. Free time to sit and think about school stuff, just from the comfort of my couch. One of the things I've been…

Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever! - Teaching with Jillian Starr

Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It is highly engaging! 2. It lasts for as long as

Outlook – free personal email and calendar from Microsoft

Get free Outlook email and calendar, plus Office Online apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Sign in to access your Outlook, Hotmail or Live email account.

This super fun addition game is perfect for any little football fans!. Great for around the superbowl or anytime!

Football Addition Game

Have a football fan? Have fun practicing addition to 10 with this printable addition game!

Comma Llama

Kelsey//Third Grade Reading on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all the wrong places. Llama llama don’t forget…”

3,034 Likes, 98 Comments - Kelsey//Third Grade Reading (@myclassbloom) on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all…”

Adverbs anchor chart!

Saddle up for Second Grade

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These alligator great than, less than printables are wonderful for comparing numbers!

Alligator greater than, less than printables - The Measured Mom

Here's a simple way to teacher less than, greater than: with toys! Free printable included.

7 th grade math helps

How I FINALLY Made Math Centers Work in My Classroom | First Belle

Do Math Centers mystify you? Well, let me simplify them! I was never satisfied with how my math rotations went, but NOW I LOVE my math class setup!

Frankenworms: a fun science experiment with gummy worms!

We've all Gone MAD! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

We’ve all gone MAD…scientist at our school! Today was science day! Every teacher in every grade pre-K- 5th grade experimented on with their students! First Stop Mixtures and Solutions: Second Grade Pumpkin Science in Third Grade: Pumpkin Dissection Pumpkin Bread Mr. Herzog and Mrs. Moon Mrs. Fermin Fourth Grade: Gak Lab States of […]

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word?

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!)

I found an extra bunch of letter tiles in the back of my closet during my spring cleaning, so I created this little language arts game call...

Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!

Practice Printing Bags

A fun way to practice printing shapes, letters, sight words and more!

Word Work Stations

Word Work Stations

Looking for word work ideas? Check out this freebie and enjoy! :)...

Love this ideas for building sight words using pool noodles and paper towel holders. So cheap and easy but the kids love it! It's tactile, hands on, and QUIET! So easy to implement in literacy centers or small groups. Students can build each sight word or

Word Work & Spelling with Pool Noodles

Teaching resources, activities, games, & worksheets for the K-2 classroom. Classroom management & organization tools.

On The Shelf: A Picture Diary of Montessori Work In Our Classroom: Spelling, sorting, and mapping...just a few new activities that are popular right now

Spelling, sorting, and mapping...just a few new activities that are popular right now

I found a big bag of letter beads on sale at the craft store and I am trying to find creative uses for them. Here's a simple language work w...