How do I keep my life organized? Keep reading to find out my tips and tricks for organizing my personal, professional and teaching life! For a recent podcast episode (did you know I have a podcast? If you haven't listened, you can check it out here) I had my Instagram followers ask me some questions.… Continue reading Organizing my teaching, professional and personal life
I am so excited about these new Reading Log Challenges I have added to my home reading program. I have done a home reading program every year with my students. We send home a book weekly for families to read with their child. When they send it back, they get a new one. It is… Continue reading Reading Logs Made Easy!
One of my most favourite topics to teach kindergarten students is coding! In this blog post, I am going to do a run down of how I teach coding to our students, and give you some tricks so that you can too! Why? Kids love learning anything to do with technology - they soak it… Continue reading Coding in Kindergarten – Why, What, When & How
Our students started showing an interest in space, so we decided to start an inquiry in our classroom. We planned activities, and centers based around space and we did them over 2 weeks. During this time, we watched videos, read books and did research to learn more about, and answer questions about space. Hopefully this… Continue reading Space Math and Literacy Activities for Kindergarten with a FREEBIE
We have been trying hard to make sure our literacy and math centers are still engaging as we approach the end of the school year. Here are a few activities that our students have found engaging over the past week. Roll and Add Our students practiced their adding skills with this math provocation. They rolled… Continue reading Take a Look Back #73- pompom addition, ABC Countdown, roll & rhyme, and more!
I've had this question a few times: How do you get your students to write? I am going to try and answer this question in a blog post. Here's the thing about writing: students will do it when they are ready, it takes a lot of patience sometimes, and every child is different. This is… Continue reading Get Students Writing
This past week we worked on subtraction using a number line, and finished up our Earth Day activities. We also challenged our students with a coding STEM activity that uses binary code (keep reading for a free printable). Our students practiced writing CVC words with different centers. Keep reading to see what we have been… Continue reading Take a Look Back #72- Earth Day loose parts, Number line subtraction, STEM name coding FREEBIE, and more!
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Our school hosted a STEM night for the families in our community a few weeks ago. Families were invited to come to our school and explore different STEM activities presented by teachers. There were several rooms throughout the school that had different experiences that they could try. When they arrived at the school, they were… Continue reading STEM Night Fun!
It is the start of a 4 day weekend, and I am excited to get some much needed rest. I caught a cold that was going through our class and now I am stuck with a nasty cough! I hope you are staying healthy, and that you enjoy the time off with friends and family.… Continue reading Take a look back #70 – Easter STEM challenge, fine motor push pin freebie, cloud sight words, and more!