Being a Kindergarten teacher, the importance of routines is even greater in Winter. In order to go outside, it takes a good half an hour to get everyone dressed and ready to go! That includes, lots of “Help me! Help me!” and “I have to pee!” (of course, right after they’re all dressed). The truth ... Read More about Winter Clothing Worksheets
February is the month of love. Valentine’s day is perfect for coming up with great creative writing topics for my students! I've taken a slightly different angle, as I’ve created a Valentines day activity that can be used all year long for journal writing prompts. This activity is centered around ... Read More about Valentines Day Writing Prompts
I love Valentine’s Day, or more like Valentine’s month, because it is centered around love! So of course, I love going crazy with tons of Valentine’s day activities for my kindergarten students. The best kindergarten activities are ones that focus on being kind to each other and, of course, use ... Read More about Kindergarten Valentines Day
I was desperately looking for a new snowman book for preschoolers when I came across this book “The Most Perfect Snowman”. Our classroom has been in full-tilt winter mode for the past month and I am on a constant lookout for any and all winter crafts and now snowman crafts. Having a great subject, ... Read More about Snowman Winter Book For Preschoolers (+First Grade)
Growing up and now as a teacher, one of the most famous education quotes is- “Practice makes perfect!”. It’s used as school slogans, mottos about education, short thoughts on education and so on. I have to be honest, the more I hear it, the more it makes me cringe. For my students and my own ... Read More about Practice Makes Perfect?