I have been revising packs, and couldn’t resist a little revision to one of my first packs I ever created! My Apple Glyph has been a favorite of mine, along with my torn paper apple poems that kids create…I added a bunch more activities which I hope you will love as much as I do! If you’d like to check the pack out, find
Gobble, Gobble! Each week we have vocabulary words which we go over and one of this week’s words was “complaining”. So I asked, who complains in your house the most? This is what a couple of my kiddos said… Of course, there was a mom that complains…. I love the open mouth! Surprisingly enough, dad and siblings were the number one choice in my
Hi everyone! I feel like I have been running nonstop for the last few weeks. I haven’t had much time for creating new packs or freebies! I decided that today I would put together some activities for this week’s study of pumpkins. Nothing too fancy, but useful! Included are some brace maps for whole group and individual use…some labels for your pumpkin crafts, a nonfiction
Here is an oldie, but goodie….my pumpkin glyphs from last fall! Included in the pack: the pumpkin glyph direction poster, templates for the pumpkins and materials list, a tree map, a writing activity about pumpkins, and a couple of ideas for other pumpkin art activities….also included are some journal prompts and an even/odd math station activity. Hope you love it! Find it at: TPT
A Halloweenish set of writing activities for free on TPT… Click the picture to get your copy! If you download it, please consider following my store =) By the way, IT IS FRIDAY!!! (in case you didn’t know! lol) And I get to go and have a date with my husband ALL DAY tomorrow!!! I couldn’t be happier..well, I could…but I am pretty happy!
Have you ever had just one of those days weeks where it just doesn’t seem to want to ever end? Well, I am in the midst of one right now. Recently we were told we must not only include objectives and standard numbers on our lesson plans…but also a before, during, and after… PLUS strategic teaching strategies for each day…and a whole other list of
Gosh, I wish I had taken a before picture of this table! A teacher friend let me have it… just a plain, wooden table that I wanted so that I could put my computer over to the side of my desk (lower)…all I did was spray paint it red (Dollar Store) and then use white apple barrel paint acrylic to put dots on it. Too