Blog Launch Giveaway Part 4 - Halloween I Have Who Has Game Cards

Today is day four of my blog launch giveaway. I am already thinking about all the fun we will have on Halloween in my classroom. I have already grabbed glowsticks and treats, but I still need to work on my costume! I love finding ways to incorporate learning standards into seasonal games and activities. My students really enjoy playing I Have Wh... Read more

Blog Launch Giveaway Part 3 - Halloween Themed Name Tags

Today is the 3rd day of my blog launch giveaway and so I thought I would help you spruce up those Halloween bulletin boards that still need a little something. I created Halloween name tags to place below student artwork in my hallways. My students work so hard on their work and I wanted a special name card to show it off. These tags can also be... Read more

Blog Launch Giveaway Part 2 - Halloween Write and Wipe Activity

Small group reading and writing intervention is my absolute favorite part of the school day. So, for the 2nd day of my blog launch, I created a free Halloween version of my Write and Wipe Activities. I love this resource because I can address multiple content areas in one lesson including reading, ELD, writing, speaking, and vocabulary. The b... Read more

Blog Launch Giveaway Part 1 - Treat Bag Tags

I am SO EXCITED to share my blog with you! My blog is truly a labor of love and I cannot believe it is finally done. To celebrate, I am giving you 7 days of free giveaways! Be sure to come back each day this week for some special goodies! Halloween is just around the corner and if you are anything like me, then you are already planning fun acti... Read more

October Reflection Prompt Cards

Reflection in the classroom is an important part of learning. When we take the time to allow our students to reflect during the school day, it gives them a chance to soak in all that they learned that day. This year, I am closing each school day with a closing circle where we discuss and reflect on important topics in the lives of my students. ... Read more