Looking for some ideas for Valentine’s Day in your classroom?  I have rounded up some of my favorites to share with you. Regrouping always proves to be a challenge for my lil’ pups.  I try to reinforce the skill whenever I have a chance.  My kids love these adorable task cards.  You can hear them talking about which puppy they like best. Telling time in five minute intervals is another…

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Welcome to this month’s Pick 3 Party!  Thanks for stopping by!  February can be one of those months when you have to fight away the BLAHs.  Hopefully, you can find some inspiration in this month’s posts.  I invite you to pour a cup of coffee, kick up your feet, and be inspired! There always seems to be such a long time between Christmas break and Spring break.  Lots of time…

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Learning the sequence of the alphabet and developing the ability to count in different patterns is so important.  Some of my little learners are still working towards mastery of these important concepts. I created these puzzles to work on during intervention time and for independent practice.  My kids love them and it is helping to increase their mastery of these skills.  It’s a win/win! The pictures make them self-check and…

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This word search is on the agenda for Friday afternoon.  If you would like to use it in your class, you can download it for FREE. This FREEBIE is part of the Martin Luther King Literacy Unit.  Hope you are able to put it to use in your classroom over the next few weeks. You can check out the full unit by clicking on the image above.

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Are you planning to study the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with your kids this week? I just finished creating these bookmarks for my lil’ pups and wanted to share them as a FREEBIE.  You can grab them for use in your classroom by clicking on the image above. Here is a look at the full Martin Luther King Jr. unit we will be using this…

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