It's no wonder that the silent e vowel pattern can be prickly to learn. Just as your students are feeling confident decoding consonant-vowel-consonant short vowel words, you decide it's time to throw a new outlandish idea at them. Wait... you're telling them that vowels can stand for more than ... Read More about Is the Silent E Pattern Proving to Be Prickly?
I've been busy creating a few free jelly bean themed activities to help parents looking for ways to keep their children engaged in learning at home during these challenging times. Of course, they can be used by teachers and at school, too! You'll find a variety of activities designed to ... Read More about How to Have Fun With Free Jelly Bean Activities
Do you have students who need more practice to develop fluency with the basic addition facts? Have you taught them at least two or three fact strategies? If so, this free and versatile Roll-a-Rabbit activity can help you meet their needs as you hop along into spring. What kindergarten, first, ... Read More about 1 Irresistible Way to Boost Mastery of the Addition Facts
Are you searching for more ways to help your students with lowercase letter recognition? If the answer is yes, then go ahead and try out these two sets of game boards. Use them to support your preschool, kindergarten, or struggling students as they learn to recognize letters. Place these ... Read More about How to Spin Your Way to Successful Letter Recognition