It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year!  I am excited to be joining up with a group of fabulous bloggers to bring you a series of ideas and activities that are sure to fill your classroom with holiday cheer! Today’s post is all about classroom activities for December.  I can’t wait to try out some of the fun activities being shared. With all the fun of the holidays,…

View Post

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  I just love all things Christmas and try to bring as much holiday cheer into my classroom as I can.  As I was searching Pinterest for the best pins to share this month, I decided that Pinterest had to have been created for December because there are so many great ideas!  Here three of my favorites…. Click Image to View Original Pin…

View Post

With Thanksgiving over, it’s time to start planning for my favorite month of the year!  Here are a few freebies to get you started. Looking for a great book to kick off the holiday season?   One of my favorite things of the season is sharing great literature with my students.  Auntie Claus has been a student favorite for several years. For Auntie Claus, I have all the prep work…

View Post

Building a strong number foundation is so important in the early years.  These puzzle are perfect for hands on practice for your little learners. There are currently 3 different puzzles in this pack.  I will be adding 7 more new puzzles throughout the month to the pack.  Grab this FREEBIE now to use in your class and stop back by during December for more new puzzles.

View Post

Hello and welcome to our second annual Winter Wonderland link up!  The teachers of the Reading Crew have come together to bring you a plethora of literacy ideas for the upcoming winter months.  At the bottom of the post, you will find a “map” guiding you to each post.  On each blog, we will be sharing a mentor text lesson using a book that is perfect for the winter season.…

View Post