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8 April Activities Your Students Will Love!

Who’s ready for an April Activity Round-Up?! As someone who LOVES springtime, I’m excited to share some of my favorite lessons and centers to use during the month of April. These April activities are designed to beat boredom, reduce your workload, and help you sail toward those final weeks of

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Engaging March Activities for Early Learning

I don’t know about you guys, but I just LOVE springtime! After a long and dreary winter, planning some fun, spring-themed lessons is just what I need! If you’re ready to start spring with a bang, you’ll love this list of engaging March activities for primary learners. Let’s sprinkle some

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Use these fun February activities to boost engagement in your classroom as you focus on math, ELA, writing along with some special holidays during the month.

Fun February Activities to Boost Engagement

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

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Use these fun and exciting math and ELA January activities for kindergarten in your classroom this year.

6 January Activities for Kindergarten

Chilly weather, polar animals, and snowmen… it must be January! This “fresh start” to the year is the perfect time to update your learning centers, small group activities, and classroom lessons for winter. If you’re ready to plan fun and engaging January activities your students will love, you’ve come to

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Looking for fun back to school counting games your students will love? Try out these printable and digital no prep back to school counting games you can use in your classroom this year.

Back to School Counting Games for Kindergarten

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

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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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