The summer months may seem short, but statistics show that students lose about 30% of their knowledge from the previous school year during the summer. Now I do think summer is a great break but there are several things you can do to prevent that 30% decrease and ways to keep learning over summer.(more…)
Whether you’re in school or at home, continuing to practice saying and spelling sight words is important to your student’s progress in reading! We strive to make reading fun so that students will develop a love of reading. Kids who love to read become great readers! Check out these fun activities that students can use to practice their own Dolch or Fry sight words!(more…)
Imagine every morning students are working hard, already learning, and the teacher is finishing last minute prep work for the day. However, in reality it most students are asking a zillion questions will the teacher is trying to prep these last few activities for the day. Does this sound like your morning? This was mine until I started differentiating their morning work.(more…)
Are you home with your sweet kiddos right now and trying to come up with activities for multiple ages? Well, these four activities with plastic eggs are perfect for you! With these plastic eggs activities you will keep your kids engaged and learning!(more…)
Have you heard about this Pinterest update and all this talk about “fresh” pins? I am sure you have! It might seem a bit overwhelming right now but it is so important so you don’t get marked as a spam account and get suspended. Keep reading to learn how to prevent this!(more…)
Differentiating literacy centers can seem like a hard task. But with these five tips you will have a great set up to help all learners in your room grow.(more…)
Let’s talk video pins!
They are all the rage right now, which totally makes sense. There are over 175 BILLION pins on Pinterest. You read that right! BILLION! You have to stay ahead of the curve and make your pins stand out.(more…)