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Use these 6 fun back to school activities for kindergarten to start your year off in an organized and amazing way you and your students will love!

6 Fun Back to School Activities for Kindergarten

Are you gearing up for the first week of school? If so, let’s plan together! Today I’m sharing some of my favorite back to school activities for kindergarten. These low-prep, engaging lessons and activities are just what you need to calm the chaos and have a fantastic back to school

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Letter recognition practice can be fun and easy with these 5 fun kindergarten letter recognition games your students will love.

5 Fun Kindergarten Letter Recognition Games

In kindergarten, we spend at least one part of every single day working on letter recognition. This is a yearlong topic of study in the kindergarten classroom and one that our students need lots of exposure with! Whenever we’re targeting a skill repeatedly like this, I’m careful to choose lessons

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Get your students set for an exciting year of math with these first day of school math activities they will love!

First Day of School Math Activities

The first day of school is a busy one no matter what grade you teach, but I think this is especially true in kindergarten! If you work in the primary classroom, being intentional about the lessons and activities you use on the first day is so important. What you plan

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Fine motor skills are not only easy to teach, but also fun for your students to practice with these playdough activities they will love.

Targeting Fine Motor Skills with Playdough

Kindergarten is a year of endless learning. In addition to basic phonics, beginning math, and writing skills, our kiddos are also growing in fine motor development. As a primary teacher, I’m always looking for new ways to support fine motor skills among my students. If you are too, you’ll love

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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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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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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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Use these fun and engaging gingerbread activities to teach math and literacy during the winter season.

Gingerbread Activities for Kindergarten

Who else LOVES using thematic teaching?! I know I do! In kindergarten, it’s especially helpful to use themes as a way to snag student attention and maintain engagement in learning. In the winter, I love using a gingerbread theme in our classroom to work on important math and literacy skills

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