Browse All Categories

the blog

Lifestyle

Education

quicklinks:

open post

February science activities are here! Can you believe January is already nearing an end?!  So. Crazy. Which means, thoughts of February are starting to creep into your mind.  Groundhogs, hearts everything and everywhere, boxes of chocolate, and after all that sugary goodness, dental health!  But, of course! After getting a lot of positive feedback from The […]

February Science Activities!

Filed In: 

crafts, Educational Activities, ELA, February, first grade, inferencing, Kindergarten, Lesson Plans, Science, Second Grade, Teach, Valentines Day, Vocabulary, Winter

Open post

Hello and Happy Cyber Monday to you! If you’re planning to get your click on today, head over to Teachers Pay Teachers to snag some deals from your favorite sellers.  I was an early bird this year and already made my purchases!  Using my feedback credits and the code SMILE, I saved almost $15!  #winning […]

Cyber Monday & Tuesday on TPT!

Filed In: 

Christmas, Facts, holiday, inferencing, informational text, Lesson Plans, TpT

open post

Hey, y’all! Today I’m sharing an inferencing investigation activity with you! But first… The past week has gone a little something like this: HappyBirthdayMerryChristmasHappyNewYearsEve. I turned 31, celebrated our Savior’s birth, and will ring in 2014 all within a week of each other!  I mean, I’ve been doing it all my  life…but that doesn’t make […]

Cold Case: Inferencing Investigation Activity!

Filed In: 

Educational Activities, ELA, first grade, inferencing, Literacy, Second Grade, Teach, Winter

Open post

First of all, what is is about returning from Christmas break that just makes that lightbulb turn on in my firsties’ sweet little minds?!  I don’t know if it’s them or me, but they came back from the holidays with their game faces on!  I love it!  We’re *finally* getting through almost everything in my […]

Making Inferences: What’s in My Teacher’s Bag

Filed In: 

inferencing

open post

I have used a Mystery Box in the past to engage students in a lesson.  It is an excellent way to encourage their little noggins to think and we all love a good guessing game. The “old” mystery box! After I found this great DIY box at Target, I just knew that I could improve my […]

Mystery Box! {Inferencing Activity}

Filed In: 

inferencing, Uncategorized

browse lifestyle

browse education

stay in the know

browse