Whether or not the snow is piling up in your neck of the woods, here are two snowy resources to help you teach high-frequency words. No snow here! It was sunny and 70 degrees the other day! No matter the weather, teaching and learning (however sporadic) must go on! If you are looking for ... Read More about 2 Stuck in the Snow High-Frequency Word Activities
What child wouldn't enjoy creating a fanciful gingerbread house! Just imagine that scrumptious aroma and taste plus icing and candies galore! National Gingerbread Cookie Day is celebrated on November 21st. Now that's a delicious way to herald the beginning of the holiday season. Here's a ... Read More about How to Double the Fun With Gingerbread Addition
Do you have students challenged by learning consonant digraphs and their corresponding sounds? It's no wonder they have difficulty wrapping their little minds around the concept that two letters can represent one totally unrelated sound. What a complicated business! First, they need to ... Read More about How to Address the Challenge of Consonant Digraphs
Yes, I've encountered bats here and there... flying in a bedroom, clinging to the side of my house, flitting among the neighborhood trees at dusk, and roosting upside-down in a cavern. And while I'd rather not cross paths with a bat, I do find them fascinating creatures to learn about! I created ... Read More about Are You Absolutely Batty About Number Forms?