Letter Name and Sound Identification

Teaching letters and sounds to children is one of my absolute favorite things to do! There is no better feeling than the moment when a child can identify all letter names and letter sounds. This shows the student is prepared to blend sounds and learn to read! I always have a handful of students in my first grade classroom who need extra interve... Read more

Watermelon Sensory Rice

Sensory bins are still all the rage in our house! Since we homeschool for preschool, we pick a theme each week and my son and I have so much fun learning all about our weekly theme. This past week was all about watermelon! Each day I put together a different sensory bin so we could learn about letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. This week, I t... Read more

My Sight Words Workbook

Hello friends!! I have been secretly working on another special project over the past 6 months and I am so excited to share the news! You were all so supportive of my first book, so I can’t wait to share that I wrote a second book! It is called My Sight Words Workbook and it is now available to order on Amazon! My Sight Words Workbook includes t... Read more

Lemon Sensory Rice

If you love homemade sensory bins, then I have a treat for you! I made no cook lemon sensory rice for my son to use with our lemon themed sensory bins. Not only did the sensory bin provide hours of fun, but making the rice was a blast for my 3 year old. Keeping my busy toddler engaged with hands-on activities can be challenging, but this sensory... Read more

Ice Cream Themed Sensory Bins

Since it is national ice cream day later this week, I thought it was the perfect time to share my ice cream themed sensory bins with you all! We have been having a great summer playing and enjoying life and these have been some of our favorite sensory bins. We worked on the letter I, counting and sorting numbers to 3, and some good ole’ fashione... Read more