Who is in the mood for some free holiday teaching products?
With the holiday, I wanted to give back to all those who have supported me in the past year. I really would love to give everyone a gift card or gift bundle of educational products, but I cannot! I do have a holiday gift for everyone over on my facebook page — go check it out!
I do want to share the holiday spirit with you this season! To make it fun, I’ve gotten together with some other educators to present you with an awesome giveaway package. Continue reading
Today’s snow theme is making learning fun with snowman breaks during the day! There also is a link to a TPT freebie relating to snowmen, just right for first graders.
Here’s what I have to share:
You’ll notice I have a Snowman Sort freebie gift for you. Head over to TeachersPayTeachers to pick it up. I based this simple activity on one of the games in one my best sellers, Long and Short Vowels set of worksheets and games. I hope you enjoy it.
Make sure you check in tomorrow for the beginning of a fantastic holiday giveaway!
My week-long celebration of snow season continues today with some videos I’ve found directly related to the beauty of snowflakes.
I mentioned yesterday that one of my favorite books about snow is about Snowflake Bentley, the first person to photograph the intricate designs of snowflakes. Here are some videos to correspond with that book, and lessons about snow in general. Continue reading
My week of snow season posts continues with a list of top picture books about snow.
Tomorrow in my co-op class we are going to read a few of these and then create a chronological story about a snow day of our own! I’m working on a list of books about snowmen too.
Here are my top 10 about snow days. Continue reading
Now that Thanksgiving is past in my part of the world, I’m ready to begin thinking about winter, Christmas, and snow. This week, I’m going to focus on some fun snow activities on this blog.
First up is a new approach to ABCs and to snowflakes! Continue reading
It’s time to prepare for the season by making our lists…for our class rooms! Blog Linky Party Time! Scroll to the bottom of the post to add a link to your blog post to our collection of wish lists. Continue reading
It was about two years ago when I realized that I needed to homeschool my son. Now we’re in the middle of his first grade year, and I cannot imagine any other way. We brainstormed together some of the reasons we are grateful for homeschooling. Here are our reasons. Continue reading