This post shares a Big Smelly Bear video read-aloud and activities to use alongside the book. Your children or students will love watching the story come to life, in addition to completing several thematic activities. Please note: I am sharing a lot of activities! I would not expect to do all of them on one […]
This is a simple post that will teach you how to make a handwriting worksheet. Use it with your child at home or your students at school. Free and easy! While I make most of my children’s handwriting worksheets in PowerPoint, I found an easier way! This is a super simple way that uses an […]
Join me for an Eraser activities and video read aloud! This post not only includes a video read-aloud for Eraser by Anna Kang, but also several free printables to use right alongside the book. You can use these ideas and activities for distance learning with preschoolers, kindergarteners, first graders, or second graders! #kindergarten This post […]
Looking for sight word activities for preschool and kindergarten? You’ve come to the right place! These activities are simple and effective, and work well in the classroom, for homeschooling families, or during distance learning. Activities include sight word mini-books, flip books, and sentence builders. Additionally, these ELA activities would be perfect for homework, literacy centers, […]
Read-alouds are one of my favorite parts of the school day. I love having the opportunity to introduce students to my favorite authors and illustrators, tell stories that engage and inspire, incorporate thematic content, and provide me with authentic opportunities to incorporate and discuss a variety of ELA skills. Lately, I’ve been working on a […]
Are you looking for a way to encourage, uplift, motivate, and CELEBRATE your kiddos? Watch the video below to learn more! ((And, yes…I’m aware of the kindess error. Doh. 😐 It’s been corrected in the award pack! #oops)) Learn more about the awards and see lots of pictures in THIS POST. Check them out on TpT HERE. Want […]
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I am a BIG believer in celebrating students. I’m sure you agree, the workload they carry these days is pretty hefty, and they work their hearts out to improve academically, socially, and personally throughout the school year. Their efforts are commendable and deserve to be recognized and celebrated! Whether you’re up for a mid-year celebration or are […]