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Getting in as much numbers practice as possible in Kindergarten is essential for your kiddos. Use these spring counting games to get in even more fun counting practice this year.

Spring Counting Games for Kindergarten

In kindergarten, we spend a lot of our time working with numbers. From the first day of school until the last, you can bet we’re talking about numbers or counting in some capacity each and every day. In my room, I’m a big fan of using fun and engaging, seasonal

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Celebrate all things spring with these fun and engaging low prep spring writing center ideas your students will love!

4 Low-Prep Spring Writing Center Ideas

A new season means it’s time for new materials! In my room, I’m a big fan of switching things up in the classroom to align with the seasons. This always includes my writing center. If you’re gearing up for spring in your classroom, you’re in the right place! Come along

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Teaching ending sounds with games means your students will be excited to practice and learn ending sounds independently, in centers, or even as a whole group.

Teaching Ending Sounds with Games

Are you in need of a fun way to teach ending sounds in your classroom? Games to the rescue! Using games to teach ending sounds and other phonics skills is my favorite way to boost engagement and make learning fun! Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite games and

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It's spring which means it's time to teach your students all about butterflies with these 5 fun butterfly research activities for kindergarten.

5 Fun Butterfly Research Activities for Kindergarten

Do you study and research the life cycle of butterflies in your classroom? I LOVE teaching all about butterflies in my kindergarten class! It’s such a fun science topic to dive into with students. If you’re looking for new ways to teach this topic in your classroom, you’re in luck!

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Weather lapbook activities like these are a fun and engaging hands on way to teach your students all about the weather.

Weather Activities for the Primary Classroom

Do you focus on a weather unit in your classroom? I love using this theme in preschool and kindergarten classrooms since it can be used at any time of the year. No matter what the season is, you can find a way to connect your weather lessons to what’s going

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Make subitizing fun and easy for your kiddos with these engaging activities they will love.

The Importance of Subitizing

How do you tackle subitizing in your classroom? While the word itself can make this skill seem complicated, it couldn’t be easier to teach this skill to young students. Let’s chat about the importance of subitizing and how to teach young children to subitize in fun ways! What Is Subitizing?

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These 5 fun winter writing center activities are just the low prep option you need to keep your students engaged in learning this winter.

5 Fun Winter Writing Center Activities

Do you change out your writing center materials from time to time? I love setting up a fresh new writing center every season to help build excitement about learning to write! That’s why I’m sharing 5 fun winter writing center activities to inspire your planning. These activities are low-prep, fun

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Teach your kiddos all about rhyming words with these fun and engaging games they will love!

5 Fun Games to Teach Rhyming Words

When it comes to teaching any phonics skill, my aim is always high engagement. I know if I can snag student attention quickly and hang onto it through our lesson, my kiddos will catch onto our new concept so much more quickly. This is definitely true when it comes to

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