Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Differentiation

Dot markers are such a fun and engaging learning material both in my classroom and at home with my son! I love how easy they make filling in bubbles when working on a hands-on worksheet. Even though my son is only two years old, we have already started working on uppercase and lowercase letters since he can identify most letters by name. Of cour... Read more

Differentiating Math Instruction

This year, differentiating math instruction has been so important for my first graders. I have math levels ranging from beginning kindergarten through second grade. We have been working really hard to learn two digit addition and subtraction. One of my student’s favorite ways to practice is through Roll and Solve Math Fact equation games. For th... Read more

Kindness Award Certificates Freebie

Teaching kindness in the classroom is so important. If we can teach our students to be kind to one another, then we have been successful as teachers. Each month of the school year I like to select a few students who I have caught being kind during the month to receive a kindness certificate. These certificates are a great way to encourage studen... Read more

Celebrate the End of School with a Memory Book

The school year is filled with so many fun memories for you and your students to celebrate! I love putting together an End of the School Year Memory Book for students to add all their fun memories to. It also makes a really great keepsake for students to keep for years to come. Before starting this activity, make sure to have a set of markers o... Read more

Blends and Digraphs Word Sort Practice Activity

Learning to read blends and digraph spelling patterns in first grade is very tricky for some of my littles. They understand the individual sounds each letter makes, but they struggle to put them together to create new sounds. I created a Cut and Paste Blends and Digraphs Activity to extend their learning from our daily curriculum lessons that fo... Read more