Phonics Crash Course, Part 2, phonics rules and terminology that they should have taught you in college, but didn't. a perfect cheat sheet for kindergarten, first,, and second grade teachers
En Santiago de Cuba: La Tumba Francesa, patrimonio intangible de la Humanidad. En Cuba se entiende por Tumba, la unión de tambores, bailes y cantos, dándole el matiz refinado de los negros franceses. Como dialecto o lengua en que se interpretan los cantos se reconoce el español y el creole, con una fuerte fonética africana cargado por vocablos de la lengua francesa y un profundo sentido epopéyico, de rebeldía, identidad de lo propio, lirismo, dramatismo y sátira.
A Palhaça Cha-U-Kao no Moulin Rouge (1895) Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Musée d'Orsay, Paris Uma dançarina e palhaça no Nouveau Cirque e no Moulin Rouge, Cha-U-Kao deve seu nome que soa japonês à transcrição fonética das palavras francesas "chahut" (uma dança acrobática derivada do cancan) e "caos" Tumulto que ocorria quando ela entrava no palco.
Students will love making these cute pop-up books as they explore all of the spelling rules and holidays through the year. It's an easy addition to independent literacy centers through the whole year!
Phoneme Segmentation & Blending Made Easy
Phoneme segmentation & blending made easy with these tips and tricks for small group instruction! These are the perfect phonemic awareness activities for your guided reading lessons or literacy centers! Check out this color coded trick for teaching dire
FREE au/aw anchor chart and 11 interactive activities for teaching the au/aw spelling pattern!
Crash Course in Phonics, part 2
Phonics Crash Course, Part 2, phonics rules and terminology that they should have taught you in college, but didn't. A perfect cheat sheet for kindergarten, first, and second grade teachers
Free colouring sheets from Jolly Phonics
Djembe: A djembe is a rope-tuned skin-covered goblet drum played with bare hands, originally from West Africa. According to the Bambara people in Mali, the name of the djembe comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé" which translates to "everyone gather together in peace" and defines the drum's purpose. In the Bambara language, "djé" is the verb for "gather" and "bé" translates as "peace." The djembe can produce a wide variety of sounds, making it a most versatile drum.
I cannot tell a lie - I love anchor charts. No, I REALLY love anchor charts. I am a visual person, and I think most kids like to see the...