You can never have too many phonics activities! These fun phonics activities and games cover CVC words, long vowel sounds/multiple spellings and digraphs.
Science can get pushed out of the way by heavy-hitters in the classroom: math and literacy. You’re in the right place if you need science lesson plans!
Practice place value with students. Place value is the order in which we put digits together. Kids start by learning ones, tens, hundreds and onwards.
Skip counting practice is an essential math skill that helps kids develop calculation fluency. It’s a cornerstone for learning multiplication and division.
As teachers, we have a lot to cover so we try to cram a lot into every day. But as learners, we all need breaks. That’s what brain breaks are all about.
Looking for a way for students to practice alternate spellings of common sounds like /ae/ or /er/? Spin, Read & Write phonics games are just what you need.
From games to worksheets to cootie catchers, I’m always looking for new ways to teach CVC words. Here’s a round-up of activities to use to teach CVC words.
Task cards can add variety to class and home activities as an alternative to worksheets. Math task cards might focus on time, area, fractions, or addition.
When students are learning to skip count, some numbers are easier than others. Lots of practice getting past skip counting barriers is the key to success.