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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 […]

Read Aloud Activities

Introducing the Let's Read Series! This set of fantastic resources is set to include all of your favorite read-alouds for grade kindergarten, first grade and second grade. They are common core aligned, low prep, and easy to implement. Each resource in the Let's Read series includes a combination of ELA posters, vocabulary words and definitions, text-based questions, writing prompts, collaborative poster templates, and differentiated comprehension checks. The purpose of these resources is to help you turn a read-aloud into a standards-based lesson in and of itself. It's all-inclusive, engaging, and meaningful!

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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 […]

The Golden Pencil Awards | End of the Year Celebration

Hey, teachers! This set of SIXTY student awards recognizes everything from content-specific successes in various subject areas (i.e. math, reading, STEM, physical education, arts and humanities, etc.), to character and virtue achievements (i.e. friendliness, personality, kindness, charity, etc.) to Most Likely to be a Teacher and Honor Roll. And, if the award you need is missing, you can create your own within the included editable slides! Each award comes with three printable options: a certificate, a badge, or a necklace. You can pick how you will recognize your kiddos. They're perfect for celebrating students any time of year and are great for end-of-the-year awards, too! Kiddos in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade, and even eighth grade will LOVE these!

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Want to grab a FREE review? Click your grade below to learn more! Kindergarten Review First Grade Reviews Second Grade Review Happy  Teaching!

Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade Reviews

Are you looking for a great way to review reading, literacy skills, and math skills with your kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students? This review packet is full of activities that are just PERFECT for helping you do just that! There are twenty days worth of review that will help you see how far your students have come, assess for strengths and weaknesses, and fill in any gaps before the end of the year! Plus, you can try a sample day for FREE!

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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 […]

Student Awards

Hey, teachers! This set of SIXTY student awards recognizes everything from content-specific successes in various subject areas (i.e. math, reading, STEM, physical education, arts and humanities, etc.), to character and virtue achievements (i.e. friendliness, personality, kindness, charity, etc.) to Most Likely to be a Teacher and Honor Roll. And, if the award you need is missing, you can create your own within the included editable slides! Each award comes with three printable options: a certificate, a badge, or a necklace. You can pick how you will recognize your kiddos. They're perfect for celebrating students any time of year and are great for end-of-the-year awards, too! Kiddos in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade, and even eighth grade will LOVE these!

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