Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it! It seems like it sneaks up on me every year. So many fun things to do and so little time! This year I wanted to make some Valentine fun of my own and created some math center activities for my students to practice some important skills. Nine activities are included and cover the… Read More
If you love incorporating the holidays into your classroom, check out the blog posts and resources below! Holidays are a great way to engage your students and make learning fun and exciting!
A couple of years ago when I was an author over at Teaching Blog Addict, we hosted a Christmas Craft linky party to share great holiday craft ideas. In case you missed the linky, here it is again! Feel free to link up with your classroom holiday craft ideas and Pinterest inspirations! The more, the merrier!
This year my district is requiring first grade students master the first 300 Fry words. At Halloween I made a fun Roll, Say, Keep game and now I’ve made Christmas ones too! They are available at Teachers Pay Teachers and Teachers Notebook!
Back at Halloween I created a big set of Halloween themed math games for my students. They LOVED them! I quickly decided I’d have to make similar games for all of the major holidays. 😀 The Christmas set is ready and available now on Teachers Pay Teachers and Teachers Notebook. Add some fun holiday themes to your math stations/centers! This… Read More
*sings* It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I seriously LOVE the holiday season! I get to do so many fun things in my classroom that the time just seems to fly by! One of my most FAVORITE things I do all school year is my Gingerbread Unit. I am so thankful that during my first year of teaching… Read More
I love celebrating Johnny Appleseed’s birthday in the classroom! It gives me a good reason to bring all sorts of apple goodies into the classroom! During the week that John Chapman’s birthday falls (September 26th) my students sample one different apple item each day. I usually do applesauce, cider, juice, pie, and different types of apples. We do graphs, read… Read More