This free play doh counting activity is a great way for kids to practice rote counting, 1-1 correspondence, touch counting, and work on their fine motor skills! I’m currently teaching my kindergarteners to count quantities of objects from one to ten. Consistently, they were counting the same object two or more times. So, I decided […]
Last spring, I started using simple strip puzzles with my 4- and 6-year old to help with their fine motor skills and cognition. Read on to find out their many benefits and how you can make the most of them in your own home or classroom! Try a free sample using the form below! Simple […]
Use these digital activities for kindergarteners to help your students practice skills during virtual learning! Digital Activities for Kindergarteners With the uncertainty of in-person education at any given time, the creation of digital activities have become increasingly necessary. Because students are learning virtually from home, they need access to all-inclusive resources to practice a variety […]
Download these free exit slip templates to make assessment a breeze! What is an exit slip? An exit slip is a type of formative assessment that you give to students at the end of a lesson. Typically, they are brief and usually only assess a small skill set. Using exit slips in the primary grades […]
Do you find yourself wondering what you’ll gift your kiddos this holiday season? While I LOVE gifting students books, I think there is so much value in giving them something personalized and meaningful. However, I also want it to be affordable because hello there’s twenty-five-ish of them. So, what are good holiday gifts for students? Enter: […]
My husband is all into woodworking these days, so turning my handwriting into fonts has been a great way to keep me occupied while he’s busy sanding farmhouse tables 🙂 There are currently six volumes of fonts available individually, and I’ve bundled them together (with the promise of adding a seventh volume), too. You can […]
Like many of you, planning and organizing my life on paper is somewhat of a priority. Which is why I was thrilled with the chance to receive and review another amazing tool to accomplish just that. April – you may know her as A Modern Teacher – sent me a copy of her Black and White […]
Just poppin’ in quick to do a little Tricks of the Trade post! Here’s a few things that I find useful 🙂 Happy Sunday!