Precise Language ...and pictures!
With the common core in mind I have been thinking a lot about how to help students use precise language and textual evidence when supporting their ideas about what they read. Last week we put hand motions in place to help us realize when we are thinking about a book and when we need to support our thinking, or back it up with specific evidence from the text. When students shared their thinking about a book, they had to point to their head. (Or sometimes we use a thinking bubble prop to hold…
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Kindergarten Sight Words Game
Free Dolch 220 Primer printables for kindergarten. Free sight word games, file folder games, learning centers and more from The Crafty Classroom
Best 1st Grade Read Alouds - Happy Homeschool Nest
Reading aloud to your young children is such a great bonding experience. That time spent cuddled together with a beautiful picture book will create lasting memories for your whole family. On this page you’ll find some of our favorite books for kids – specifically, books that we read when my daughter was in her first-grade … Best 1st Grade Read Alouds Read More »
6 Syllable Type Poster
Here is a Free Poster to hang on your reading wall or to keep handy when you need a refresher on syllables and the rules. This little kid-friendly poster displays the 6 types of syllables. It also comes in a black and white copy. Just click the picture on the left to download the freebie! Thanks for stopping by! See you soon, Click the picture on the left to find more resources using Foundational Skills and Phonics. To be notified of my next blog post,
Setting Our Students Up For Success
Looking for ways to ensure student success in your classroom? Take a look at the ideas, resources and freebies for setting your students up for success in this blog post! You'll find student success quotes, anchor charts, ideas for differentiation and more!
Ideas for Teaching Dollars and Cents
Counting coins, making change, and solving money word problems are all important skills. Here are some ideas to help you teach them! NOTE: As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. Counting Coins First off, manipulatives are the way to go, ideally real coins and 'play' dollars, but the plastic version is okay. It is fun and satisfying to handle real money, and it echoes real