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
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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
A while back I ran across some blog posts mentioning something called The Magical Product Swap. Swapping products? I was immediately intrigued! I discovered it was hosted by the sweet Mrs. Stanford over at her blog, Mrs. Stanford’s Class. I signed up and was assigned to Kelley Dolling from Teacher Idea Factory (who I am sure you must know from her awesome… Read More
I love to cute-ify the worksheets and forms I use in my classroom. This year I created a new spelling test form for my students. I created several others and uploaded them to Teachers Pay Teachers as a freebie! (Also available on Teachers Notebook) Included in this FREE file are spelling test forms for tests on 5, 10, 15, and… Read More
I realize it’s been quite some time since I have posted anything on my blog. I’ve been having a pretty challenging time at school right now. I have a difficult class this year. Between the behavior issues, lack of motivation from students, having over half of my class struggle with reading phonics skills and all of the meetings I have… Read More