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I can’t believe January is already nearing an end and I’m writing about February Science Activities!  So. Crazy. Thoughts of February are starting to creep into our minds.  Groundhogs, hearts everything and everywhere, boxes of chocolate, and after all that sugary goodness, dental health!  But, of course! This resource is packed – literally, BRIMMING – […]

February Science Activities

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Just a quick post today (before I turn into a pumpkin when my babysitting hours expire) to let you know that February Anchor Charts and Class Posters have been uploaded and added to the bundle! Here’s a preview of what’s included in this fun-filled pack! You can check out this resource on TpT HERE or […]

February Anchor Charts and Class Posters

Teachers! Check out this set of February Anchor Charts and Class Poster templates that are perfect to use during your thematic units this February. These are great to use when teaching about letter writing during Valentine's Day, Dental Health Month, President's Day, Black History Month, and groundhogs! Each poster comes with corresponding recording sheets to use for individual student responses to the content.

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It’s hard to believe that the middle of January is upon us, and we will be celebrating the inspiring Martin Luther King, Jr. across the nation on Monday! Your students will love this Martin Luther King writing activity. This class poster celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. and the profound words he spoke decades ago that […]

Martin Luther King Writing Activity

Teachers! Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. with this class poster and matching writing activity! The poster is easy-to-make and will engage students in discussion about MLK and the impact of his profound "I have a dream..." speech that still inspires to this very day! Follow it up with the matching writing activity or use the poster templates to make individual Martin Luther King, Jr. crafts. This is perfect for kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade students!

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Check out this video to learn more on how to teach inferencing (click here for a FREEBIE!) in the elementary classroom with fun and engaging lesson plans and activities! Click on the graphics below to grab the resources mentioned in the video. Don’t want to forget this post? Pin the image below! Happy Teaching!

How to Teach Inferencing: Lesson Plans & Activities

Teachers, these three activities will help you teach your students about inferencing and will lay the groundwork so that students can infer while reading! There's a video explanation included along with a FREE activity that will support your teaching of inferences in the kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade classroom!

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One thing I’ve learned from teaching is that kiddos absolutely adore informational texts.  They find factual information so intriguing, and they practically jump out of their seats at the opportunity to spout off their knowledge! Or wiggle fiercely when they’re seated in front of you on the floor, waving their hands wildly in the air. That mental image is […]

The Best Dinosaur Books and Resources!

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For most of you, you’re likely nearing the end weeks of the school year, or preparing for a break sometime soon.  Time and energy may be running low as testing, end-of-the-year assessments, and fitting in the last of your curriculum becomes top priority.  Or maybe not!  Maybe the end of the year renews your teaching […]

The Science of May!

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Before we get to The Science of April, ARE YOU HERE FOR A FREEBIE?!  Scroll to the bottom of the post! Hey, y’all! I need to do a little bit of housekeeping.  If you tried to access The Inspired Apple this weekend, you might’ve noticed I was having some technical difficulties.  SORRY!  I spent almost […]

The Science of April + Saying Hello!

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Hello, friends!  Can you believe Christmas Break is *finally* here?! I’ll pause for a moment while you give yourself a big ol’ pat on the back (or grab another sip of that Christmas cocktail you’re enjoying) for finishing the first half of the school year strong!  You probably Polar Expressed yourself right out the door […]

Winter Science for the Primary Classroom!

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It’s Monday, which I’ve kinda sorta been looking forward to.  I know – weird, right?  It’s because I started taking this aerobic dance class at the gym and it. is. awesome.  Except for the mirrors.  Which are constant reminders of how gangly and awkward I am.  Also, apparently I never really looked cool dancing.  Which […]

Dinosaur Centers, Digraph Anchor Charts, & The Green Lantern

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