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
The month of December is a time filled with fun, excitement, and lots of holiday cheer. It can also be a bit overwhelming with all the activities, parties, treats, and holiday chaos the season brings. I like to keep my students engaged with hands-on learning that features a holiday twist.
The first week of December I always teach our Gingerbread Unit! We spend the whole week reading Gingerbread books, doing Gingerbread math and literacy centers, Gingerbread crafts, and all things Gingerbread. You can read all about our Gingerbread activities in a future post! Today I wanted to share a fun
Hey guys! I am teaming up again this week with some amazing bloggers to bring you some more books to to add to your classroom. This week we are talking about seasonal books. Ok, I could honest write a post with 10 books for every season and still have more
Does anyone else feel like that today? What a busy weekend. I seriously think this is the first time I have sat down all weekend.I totally feel like that cute little puppy right now. Between multiple Christmas parades, Christmas shopping, painting classes, and everything else, I am exhausted and tomorrow
Last week we had so much going on! Somehow December is always a crazy month trying to squeeze everything in. But it is so much fun! We started the week off with a new friend coming to visit! He was wrapped in a box specially delivered straight from the North