Spelling and segmenting go hand in hand. Practicing how to separate and identify sounds helps students grasp how sounds and letters work together.
I like to keep teaching alternate spelling simple and fun by using a clear introduction and building skills
through practice with activities and games.
I like to encourage my students to use higher-order thinking in my classroom. That’s why my spelling center is designed around the Three-Story Intellect.
Here’s some great ideas for you to teach an understanding of the physical and natural world and encourage an interest in numbers, shapes and patterns.
Literacy resources like games, worksheets, fortune tellers and posters all help students develop the segmenting and blending skills they need to read.
Planning and organization can make life so much easier. Start with an overview of the year and break it down to a quarter, a month, and then your day.
What do teachers need most….Time! And I know how you can get more time this year. Not searching for materials and creating resources saves you time.
We’re wrapping up another calendar year. Here are some teacher favorites—posts and products you loved in 2019.
Teacher wish lists often contain items for the classroom too. Buying something to be used in the classroom can be a great teacher gift option.