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Playdough mats are the perfect way for students to practice important literacy and math skills while also practicing their fine motor skills.

Playdough Mats Hands-on Learning Activities

I love to incorporate playdough into our classroom learning time because it is such a fun and engaging way for students to practice academic skills while also working on their fine motor skills. Playdough mats are the perfect way to blend fun and learning for your students. Playdough is so

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Small group math warm ups are a great way to get students reviewing skills and concepts while waiting on the teacher

Small Group Math Warm Ups

Working with your students in small groups to practice and hit their differentiated learning standards is super important. However, sometimes getting students situated into their small groups in an orderly and calm manner can be challenging. We all know that unstructured time can lead to a lot of distraction and

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Your students will love learning the number of the week with the interactive and engaging google slides.

Building Number Sense Through Number of the Week

Number sense is such an important part of the math curriculum in lower elementary grades. It is up to us to be sure our students gain a solid foundation so they can keep growing their knowledge and skill base as they get older. This is done by teaching and reinforcing

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3 Kindergarten Shape Activities to use in the Winter

Winter break is over, and many of us are transitioning our students back into the routines of the classroom. The first couple of weeks back from a break, I prefer to use math center activities in my room that review skills the students are already familiar with. My whole group

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Your kindergarten students will love these fun and engaging shape activities perfect for the beginning of the school year.

Back to School Shape Activities for Kindergarten

Learning about 2D shapes is such an important concept to teach in early childhood classrooms. I wanted to share some of my favorite go-to, hands-on, Back to School Shape activities to do with my Kindergarten class to help introduce shapes. We do these activities all month along with reading books

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Use these fun and engaging googles slides to keep your kids learning this summer!

Kindergarten Google Slides for the Summer

Happy summer! Are you look for fun ways to keep your kids engaged and learning at home? Maybe you are homeschooling or tutoring this summer and need some fun digital activities to use in your lessons. Well, come look at some fun summer resources that I cannot wait to use

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Building Number Skills through Number of the Week

For the first few weeks of school, we always focus on the basics such as how to be a friend, sharing, walking in a line, sitting on the carpet, writing our name, letters, and NUMBERS! Many students do not enter Kindergarten with a strong foundation in number sense. So before

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Use thse fun snap cube activities in your kindergarten classroom

Fun Ways to Use Snap Cubes in the Primary Classroom

If your kids are anything like mine, they love anything hands-on that they can play with while they are learning. At this age, they need something concrete that they can hold and manipulate while learning. Snap cubes are definitely a favorite tool in our classroom. Before you can just hand

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Your students will love completing these fun gingerbread themed activities for math and literacy.

Math and Literacy Gingerbread Freebies

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

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