Here are some Valentine's Day themed interactive games, activities, and project ideas that you can use in your classroom for learning and for fun: Word Hearts : Use this tool to fill the heart shape with the word(s) of your choice. Then change your fonts, color, shape, and background.
Oh my goodness... this week has been busy, busy AND it's only Tuesday! We have been hard at work on learning/using adjectives. So, I wanted to show you some of the activities we have done, and others that I have planned for the remainder of the week We read a book called, "If I were an Adjective" and made an anchor chart that we will refer to all week!
What a jumbled list of topics! Ordinarily by now I would have written an article about some wonderful something-or-other that I have found. But, alas, I am dog-tired. That's the phrase my mama uses after a day of hard work. So...all I have to offer is this really pretty abbreviations matching-game for FREE !!! If you haven't already, please follow me when you go to download and be sure to give me some feedback.
These crazy, unorganized, messy, embarrassing baskets full of "stuff"-mostly crafts- finally got on my last nerve y'all! I couldn't take it anymore so.... I went out to Big Lots and bought a ton of these organizational babies....love me some plastic containers!!!
I LOVE this time of year for SO many reasons, but one of my **favorite** things to reflect on this time of year is my kids’ writing and all the progress they’ve made since the beginning. I know that writing is an area I’d LOVE to improve…I hope that as long as I’m teaching, I’ll want to improve the way I’m doing things to make them better for the kids. I’ve taken bits and pieces of writing training I’ve had over the past 10 years and combined them altogether into how I teach writing today. In my classroom, we write EVERY.SINGLE.DAY.