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Your students will love connecting the fall season with their learning using these fun fall activities for kindergarten

15 Fun Fall Activities for Kindergarten

The season is changing and it is time to dive into all things Fall! Fall is filled with so many changes and lots of them based in science! There are also great opportunities for working on vocabulary, adjectives, and so much more with these fall activities for kindergarten. Fall is

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Ideas for small group reading warm-up activities to help with the transition time when changing groups

Small Group Guided Reading Warm-Ups

One of the messiest transitions in my classroom used to be the time between guided reading groups. It’s just a little bit of a chaotic time, isn’t it? You have one group leaving your table. All of their reading materials are still out in front of you. A new group

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Teaching Letter of the week with digital resources and activities can save you time.

Letter of the Week

For the first few weeks of school, we always focus on the basics such as how to be a friend, sharing, walking in a line, sitting on the carpet, writing our name, how to use our materials, and LETTERS! Many students do not enter Kindergarten with a strong foundation in

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Adding science to your reading and literacy block is a great way to teach standards in both areas

Bringing Science into the Literacy Block

Science is one of my favorite things to teach, but can never find time to teach well. In my classroom, I’ve had to embrace lessons with cross-curricular elements to ensure that my students are exposed to all of the important topics in science that they must learn.  A great place

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3 Ways to Practice Shapes in the Winter

  Winter break is over, and many of us are transitioning our students back into the routines of the classroom. The first couple of weeks back from a break, I prefer to use center activities in my room that review skills the students are already familiar with. My whole group

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Fun Fine Motor Alphabet Activities for Kindergarten

 It is so important for students to practice fine motor skills every day! Remember, Kindergartners are usually 4 or 5 years old when they begin school. They are still kids, they are still growing, developing, exploring, and learning. As teachers, we need to help them with these basic skills and

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Back to School Shape Activities for Kindergarten

Learning about 2D shapes is such an important concept to teach in early childhood classrooms. I wanted to share some of my favorite go to, hands-on, Back to School Shape activities to do with my Kindergarten class to help introduce shapes. We do these activities all month along with reading

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Google Slides for the Summer

Happy summer! Are you look for fun ways to keep your kids engaged and learning at home? Maybe you are homeschooling or tutoring this summer and need some fun digital activities to use in your lessons. Well, come look at some fun summer resources that I cannot wait to use

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Building Number Skills through Number of the Week

For the first few weeks of school, we always focus on the basics such as how to be a friend, sharing, walking in a line, sitting on the carpet, writing our name, letters, and NUMBERS! Many students do not enter Kindergarten with a strong foundation in number sense. So before

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Fun Ways to Use Snap Cubes in the Primary Classroom

  If your kids are anything like mine, they love anything hands-on that they can play with while they are learning. At this age, they need something concrete that they can hold and manipulate while learning. Snap cubes are definitely a favorite tool in our classroom. Before you can just

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