Year #2!

Collection by Lauren Rhue

Lauren Rhue
Activities to go with books by Laura Numeroff.ideas for the If You Give Give series Resources, activities, and free printables to go along with books by Laura Numeroff. Includes ideas for the If You Give series. Preschool Books, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Book Activities, Preschool Activities, Shel Silverstein, Laura Numeroff, Library Lessons, Writing Lessons

Fun Ideas to go Along with Laura Numeroff's "If You Give" books

Resources, activities, and free printables to go along with books by Laura Numeroff. Includes ideas for the If You Give series.

Make middle school appropriate - Changing graphics to topic pics. When students complete centers they mark off their names - School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily How We Started Classroom Organisation, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Classroom Management, Math Math, Classroom Ideas, Preschool, Math Games

Math Daily 3, How We Started

I love this idea for keeping up with which students have completed which centers!

Anchor chart for telling time ~ Sung to I'm a Little Teapot. Where was this when I was teaching time! Teaching Time, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Posters, Student Work, Teaching Tools, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Classroom Ideas

Five for (the last!) Friday

#1 - Field Trip to the Zoo + a Freebie! After 2 months of planning, I finally got to take my class to the Oregon Zoo this week. We...

What a great anchor chart to captivate and inspire writing. The First Grade Parade - LOVE this adorable anchor chart for writing! Writing Topics, Writing Strategies, Narrative Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Activities, Writing Ideas, Writing Prompts, Fiction Writing, Writing Folders

The Week in Rewind, A Peek At My Week, and Fall is Here!

This past week seemed so fast and furious. The weekend went by even faster. It’s 6:00 on Sunday night and in a few hours I’ll be starting ...

End of school year gift ir writing project-- i will have a kool summer_________! The Crafted Sparrow: Have a Kool Summer - End of Year Goodbye Gift for Classmates End Of Year Party, End Of School Year, Summer School, Sunday School, Middle School, Student Gifts, Teacher Gifts, Goodbye Gifts, Preschool Graduation

take a look at you {my favorites}

It’s my favorite day of the week…I get to feature some of YOU! Yay! This week’s party is still going on so feel free to link up {here} if you haven’t yet! Thank you all so much for sharing each week! Here’s a FEW of favorites from last week’s {wow me} wednesday party! {If you would like to pin any of these PLEASE click over to the original post first so proper credit is given. Thanks!} Tulle Wreath from A Night Owl “Kool” Summer Gift Idea from The Crafted Sparrow Paint Chip Matchbook…

24 Must Use Anchor Charts for Spelling and Phonics - Page 23 of 25 - Teaching Phonics, Kindergarten Literacy, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Teaching Tools, Classroom Chants

The Bandit Y & St. Patricks Day Pictures...

Next week we are on Spring Break! I am so excited to enjoy my week off and catch up on some things I have been meaning to get around to completing. I am also am planning on having a sale at my TPT store today and tomorrow! So if there is something you have been wanting to purchase check out my site for an additional %15 off :) Click below to be directed to my store: Teachers Pay Teachers Last week we learned about the y that sounds like an "e" or "i". I purchased Leslie Ann's packed about…

Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations - excellent series on Math Workshop or Rotations! This makes me feel like I could do this! Math Rotations, Math Centers, Numeracy, 3rd Grade Centers, Learning Centers, Math Strategies, Math Resources, Multiplication Strategies, Math Fractions

Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

learning Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i. Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Preschool, 1st Grade Math Games, Teaching Ideas, Math Resources, Math Activities, Mental Math Strategies

Making a 10 to Add

Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i...

Types of communities types of communities, social studies communities, communities unit, teaching social 3rd Grade Social Studies, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Teaching Science, Social Science, Community Activities, Teaching Geography

tattling to the teacher

A teaching blog with ideas on management, reading, and math lessons and centers. Focused on grades K-2 but ideas can be used in any grade!

First Grade Wow: Equal Shmequal! Life sized game inspired by the book. Can be done with pattern blocks and yarn Teaching Time, Teaching Math, Teaching Tools, Symmetry Activities, Math Activities, Fraction Activities, Math Art, Fun Math, Math Classroom

Equal Shmequal!

Hello Everyone!! If you are working on fractions, you have to read this book! Equal Shmequal by Virginia Kroll is a perfect book to introduce kids to the concepts of equal and unequal, symmetry, same, congruent, etc. This week I used this darling book to introduce our fractions unit. Today we worked hard on the symmetry aspect of equal and unequal. In first grade, symmetry is an important mathematical concept that actually serves as a jumping off point for many different mathematical…

Children "read" this poster to practice how to change their voice when seeing punctuation in stories. Love this idea! From my kindergarten teacher! Reading Lessons, Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Groups, Reading College, Grammar Activities

Ten Pin Linky: Top 10 Reading Pins

I love me a pinning party! I am so excited to be linking up with Just Reed for the first time ever! I have tried to include pins I have actually tried out or used in my own classroom (there may be one or two that I am planning to try out next year) Click on any picture to go to my pin, click the blog name to go to the blog post about the pin! 1. I LOVE this you tube video - Impossible Wordless Film. I used it at the beginning of my formal observation this year to teach an inferencing…

First Grade Fairytales: Duck? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Writing Activities, Teaching Tips, Writing Lab, Easter Activities, Spring Activities, Essay Writing

Duck? Rabbit? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! *FREEBIE!

Well, as the saying goes, opinions are like....well, you know,and EVERYONE has one. Everyone except first graders, that is. Okay, okay, they have opinions & lots of them, but mine seem to have a hard time distinguishing opinion from fact. I know a lot of grown ups that only know facts, as their opinions are fact for sure (ahem), but my little ones seem to have the same problem. We have been working on this for a while, and I still had some that just couldn't quite get it. Then, in stepped my…