Sweet Treat Notes – Thankful Notes to Students

You guys!! It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I absolutely love Fall. The pumpkin scents, the delicious frappes, the cooler weather. Man, it’s the best. Buttttttt my absolute favorite part about Fall is that it’s the season of giving and being thankful. The Fall holidays are a perfect time for you to remind …

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Jenga Math

Jenga has been a hit in my classroom for years now. It’s the one game my students NEVER get tired of playing. I’ve created a Jenga math review set that goes over TONS of different math skills needed in a primary classroom such as: Fractions, Shapes, Addition, Subtraction, Place Value, Time, Money, Skip Counting, Comparing …

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Preschool Farm Theme Lessons

Guys! Summer is HERE! Can you believe it? The school year felt like it had JUST begun, and it’s already came and went. I must’ve blinked. This summer I’ll be staying at home with my two sweet peas and loving on them allllll dayyyyyy longgggg! 🙂 My oldest (10) is super independent now but my youngest …

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Easy Reader Biography

Do your students enjoy biographies as much as mine do? Each year I get so giddy when the biography unit is approaching. I love teaching my Littles about the struggles and achievements that occurred with some of our nations most historic figures. Since Amelia Earhart is apart of our TEKS here in Texas (plus she’s …

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