Back in 2013, I created the first unit of Daily Phonics Review. It really was a labor of love to create those sheets. I am so happy they are finally all finished! I created these review sheets while I was using Reading Street so the skills match the sequence they are presented in the series. However, you could use these… Read More
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The most important thing I had to teach my first graders was how to write a complete sentence. In kindergarten, students are still learning letter formation and letter sounds. No doubt the K teachers work hard to teach those little kinders to start putting those sounds together to make words. In first grade, I was expected to have my students… Read More
I was very excited when Hameray Publishing contacted me about reviewing some of their Letter Buddies books. The Letter Buddies offer children a fun, engaging way to begin their alphabet learning. Alphabet knowledge is an important aspect of a child’s literacy foundation. Your learning environment needs to provide many opportunities for children to explore the network of information associated with… Read More
How many alphabet charts do you have? How many do I have? Probably a ton! It’s always nice to have a new one though, right? After purchasing some adorable alphabet clipart from Little Red’s Schoolhouse I just had to make myself a new alphabet chart! I made a full color version and a black and white one too. Alphabet charts… Read More
I’m linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching – Five For Friday. As I’m typing this I’m thinking about how I won’t have many Fridays left before I have to return to school! 🙁 I’ve been out of school for almost one whole month now. My summer vacation is flying by!! 1. Tuesday was my anniversary! I’ve been happily married to… Read More
I don’t know about you all, but I am already thinking about next year (A LOT!)! At the beginning of the year in first grade we spend a lot of time going over short vowels and CVC words. I am creating a series of CVC Scoot games for my students. I love Scoot games because they give kiddos the chance… Read More