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Spring Activities for Little Learners

Spring is my favorite season. It shuts the door to cold weather and opens another door to warmer weather and beautiful flowers. I like to open our windows to the house and in my classroom. The fresh air smells so good! This is the time to pull all of your spring activities. My spring activities […]

Halloween Counting Mats for Little Learners

Halloween is right around the corner. It’s such an exciting time for little ones between the costumes and the tons of candy they receive! But you can also bring some fun, engaging learning activities during this time even with all the craziness. Bring the candy to the table with these fun Halloween counting mats! Perfect […]

September Literacy and Math Centers

Being a teacher keeps you busy! With all the different activities you have to plan, you spend every minute you have planning your lessons. Have you ever forgotten one part of your lesson plan after it was too late? For me, it was always my math and literacy centers. But I got smart! My September […]

9 Digital Resources to Get You Through the School Year

Technology has come a LONG way in the elementary classroom. In a ten year period, our classrooms went from a handful of desktop computers that took up so much space, to every student having their own device. I’m so excited to be back in the classroom. Technology is going to play a huge part in […]

A Space Unit Every Early Learner Will Love

Get a child to talk about space, and you will have them gabbing for hours! Their little minds are intrigued with what’s beyond Earth. Bring engaging activities to your classroom and you’ll have them glued every single day! My Travel to Space unit will spark the imagination of your classroom that they will beg to […]

Spring Digital Activities for Little Learners

Isn’t it crazy how much the view of classrooms have changed just in a few short years? Gosh, when I started teaching 15 years ago, I was lucky to have 2-3 computers up against a back wall. Now, you walk into classrooms and see individual iPads, Teacher Bitmojis on the screen, and digital resources instead […]