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If you’re in search of something a fun and engaging way to celebrate Christmas in the primary classroom, you must check out this all-inclusive holiday pack perfect for the little kiddos in your life! This math poem, is a great way to help your students with counting and subtraction. These sight word mini-readers come in […]

Christmas in the Primary Classroom!

Teachers! Are you ready for Christmas in YOUR classroom? This product is FULL of fun ideas for you to include during the month of December in your kindergarten or first grade classroom. It includes a writing center, family activity, math poem, book response pages, three sight word mini-books, a Gingerbread Hijinks AND MORE! Plus, you can snag a free printable to make an adorable art project, too!

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Christmas, crafts, Educational Activities, ELA, first grade, Freebie, holiday, Kindergarten, Literacy, Math, Read Alouds, Read-Alouds, Reading, Second Grade, Teach, Vocabulary, writing

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Today’s treat is a fun freebie for all of my Pre-k, kindergarten, and 1st grade teachers! Happy Customer Appreciation Week! I love the book 10 Fat Turkeys by Tony Johnston.  It’s funny and cute, perfect for the season, and likely a book you already have in your collection.  If not, snag a copy from Amazon for […]

Customer Appreciation Week: Treat #3

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crafts, ELA, Freebie, November, Read Alouds, Read-Alouds, Reading, Thanksgiving, Vocabulary, writing

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Today we read The Ugly Pumpkin today by Dave Horowitz.  It’s a great book to transition from October to November and can lead to a great discussion about kindness, differences, and how characters can change throughout the course of a book.  Because the story line is so simple, it’s easy for firsties to recognize the […]

The Ugly Pumpkin Activity for Primary Students

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