Winter and snowflakes are like peanut butter and jam. They are just meant to be. There are so many great snowflake activities to do during winter! My kids are obsessed with making paper snowflakes! Snowflake activities might include making- paper snowflake patters, snowflake decorations, snowflake art, tons of different ways to make paper snowflake patterns and snowflake art. All of these are SO ... Read More about Snowflake Activities
Winter. Love it or hate it? Personally, I LOVE the sun and I miss it during the winter. But there is something to be said about having all four season to mark the time and balance out each year passing. January is really when winter hits where I live (Toronto, Canada). Winter can be incredible. Winter sports and activities are completely wonderful in their own way. I especially love this time of ... Read More about Winter Writing Prompts
Winter is definitely here with tons of beautiful snowflakes covering our trees, roads and houses. Of course, if you live in a country that doesn’t have winter with snow, don’t worry, it’s always fun to learn about how and what the world looks like in different areas. You can still do ALL the winter activities with your students and they will love them just the same! Below I’m going to review ... Read More about Winter words + Literacy activities
An Inspirational Quote for work (whatever that may look like) Life isn’t about taking the elevator or finding the easy way out. It's about finding a way to enjoy the journey, learn from your path and somehow someway, keep moving forward. Success comes from hard work, failure, and the universe colliding. Inspiration from within Recently, I decided to follow a dream of mine. A dream that ... Read More about You have to take the stairs
Being a mom & parent is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. I truly count my blessings from the second I wake up to the second I go to sleep. ? There is something along the way that happens though when you become a mom. Often, we develop this mom guilt: Are we doing enough? Spending enough time with them? Are they happy? What can we do to make them happier? The list is truly ... Read More about The Work, Life, Family Balance
When teaching kids how to read, we need to remember that we’ve got to go back to the basics. The first step to learning how to read is letter recognition and sound development. After students have mastered their sounds, we move on to Concepts About Print. Beginning readers must start to recognize that each letter makes a sound and when you put these sounds together they make words. This is a GREAT ... Read More about Phonemic Awareness: Learning how to read!