February is filled with fun learning opportunities for primary students! It’s a bright spot at the end of winter when the weather is a bit dreary and kiddos are less engaged. Plus, there are tons of fun holidays to learn about during the month of February, making thematic teaching a
No matter what time of year it is, I know most primary teachers would agree that games are a win all around. When it comes to keeping engagement high all winter long, you already know that games are my go-to! If you’re hoping to boost math skills in a fun
Back to school means it’s time to start focusing on beginning math skills like counting. One of my best tips for helping new learners grasp this concept is to use simple and engaging games in my classroom. As littles are learning the ropes, fun games help keep them focused and
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
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?