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6 Oct

You have probably read, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly to your kiddos. If you enjoyed that book, you will love this one and so will your kids. I created ideas to go along with There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed some Snow and thought I would do the same for There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat. Below you will find some of my ideas of how to use this in your classroom (Prek-2). You will also find many free printables I created to match this fun story. To order this book from Amazon, click here! Here you will find story pieces... 

28 Sep

Witch Brew Dice Game You Need: 2-4 players 1 dice per gameEach player needs to cut-out their playing pieces -Click to download playing pieces!Key – Click to downloadPot set in the center of players. Players take turns rolling dice. They add 1 item into the pot based on the key. The person to fill the pot with their pieces first is the winner. Graphing SpooksHere is a graphing activity center. Which halloween character is your favorite Spook? There are two printables to match this activity. To learn how these graphs work, please visit: 

22 Sep

My son came home from school today so excited to tell me that summer was over and today was the first day of Fall. I looked at the calendar and confirmed that it was the first day of Fall. Fall is my favorite season. When I taught, summer was my favorite season simply because teachers get a few weeks off from teaching in the summer! Now that I am working all year round, Fall is my favorite season. I love the colors and the feeling in the air. I love pumpkins, mums, apples, and hayrides! I like layering clothing… However, the only... 

17 Sep

Recently Lisa Himle the author of Hands as Warm as Toast sent me a copy of her book to review. Hands as Warm as Toast is a heartwarming story that any kindergarten teacher, parent, or student can make a connection to. According to Ms. Himle this is a true, yet slightly embellished story about an event that happened when she was a Kindergarten teacher. The teacher is Ms. Himle’s book is Miss Darling. Everyone knows a kindergarten teacher that seems to have a magic touch with young children. Miss Darling is one of those kindergarten teachers... 

30 Aug

The internet is a full of fun and educational things you can do with your children to encourage kindergarten readiness! Below are some free sites that I use with my kiddos. FREE Worksheets and Extra Practice: 1.) – Handwriting for Kids site. This free site is great for practicing printing your child’s name. Just type in his or her name and press enter and lined paper with your text will appear. 2.) –... 

16 Aug

Froggy books are loved by Kindergarten through Second Grade Students. It’s very very difficult not to like froggy. Those wide innocent eyes. That wide innocent mouth. He’s the cutest frog. Looking for a good read aloud story? Just pick up the nearest Froggy book you can find and start reading it. Children react to Froggy’s setbacks and mistakes with smiles and laughter. Most children can relate to a few of the Froggy books and make a text to self connections. My son has loved Froggy books since he was three. He is going... 

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