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Setting up a back to school writing center is easy with these helpful tips and tricks to get you started.

Setting Up a Back to School Writing Center

Setting up my classroom and planning for a brand new year might be one of my very favorite things about teaching. New materials, fresh classroom decor, and fun (and functional) centers just make my teacher heart SO happy! Whenever I am setting up my classroom for a new year, I

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Use these fun and engaging hands on apple activities to teach your students all about apples.

7 Apple Activities For Hands-On Learning

If you teach in the primary classroom, chances are you probably do some kind of “Apples Unit” during the school year. Children love learning all about apples, and they are a great symbol to help celebrate the coming of fall and cooler temps! But, you can learn about apples any

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These hands on sight word activities are the perfect way to get in some fun and engaging sight word practice along with some fine motor skill practice with your students this year.

3 Fun Sight Word Practice Activities

Is sight word practice getting a little stale in your classroom? Tired of doing the same activities over and over again? Check out these 3 fun and engaging sight word practice activities that I use in my classroom that can help you get out of your rut! For a while

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Teaching Letter of the week with digital resources and activities can save you time.

Digital Letter of the Week Activities

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, how to use our materials, and of course… LETTERS! Many students do not enter Kindergarten with a strong

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This image says, "12 Fun Fine Motor Alphabet Activities for Kindergarten" and includes a photo of an example of a letter mat that students can use to build letters with plaudough.

12 Fun Fine Motor Alphabet Activities for Kindergarten

It is so important for students to practice fine motor skills every day, especially in kindergarten! At this age, students are still physically growing and developing, including those important hand and wrist muscles that are the base of fine motor skills. As teachers, we need to provide them with opportunities

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Summer Reading Stash: Chacater Traits

Hey guys! I am linking with with a dear friend this summer to bring you some great book ideas to share with your class this school year!  This week we are bringing you book ideas all about Character Traits/You Are Special. These books are perfect for starting the year off.

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End of Year FREEBIE

Hey guys! I am linking up today with some amazing teachers to bring you some ideas for the last month of school and even some FREEBIES. Who doesn’t love some free goodies?! Can you believe that we are on the home stretch?!?! End of the year is always a crazy

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Books & Brackets

Can you believe that we are already halfway through March! This month has been flying by so fast! There are so many fun things happening in March, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and SPRING!!!! Spring means finally warmer weather, checking out new walking trails, Frisbee Golf, and just spending time outside

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