Are you looking for some last minute additions to your St. Patrick’s Day plans? I created this word search last year. It can be found in my Free Resource Library:
What did you do to celebrate President’s Day this year? Keep reading to find out how these were created: Last week we only had school for 3 days due to President’s Day. We spent that week reading two biographies, completing some graphic organizers, writing a paragraph to summarize our findings, and completing a craft to accompany our writing. We managed… Read More
Today was exhausting! There were a lot of factors working against me. It’s a full moon, I’m pregnant, Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday, we’re headed into a 4-day weekend, etc. I don’t have a lot to share, but I did want to show you some of the little Valentine people we made this week: I don’t remember where I… Read More
Is Valentine’s Day on your mind, too? I created this little word search last year as a freebie. This word search can be found in my Free Resource Library. Don’t worry – an answer key has been included. Enjoy 🙂 Happy Teaching!
We continue to learn about the features of nonfiction text. Last week we added bold and italic print to our list of features we can identify: Luckily, students had some idea of what these features were all about. They wanted to quickly point out that these features can be found in fictional text, too. So we have also been working… Read More
Winter is one of my favorite seasons to combine literacy and art. There are so many great books out there that inspire art projects as an extension. I’m not going to lie – this project is not original. There are a million pins out there with similar projects. This is just how I have interpreted the project in my room…. Read More