A new school year has officially arrived! As a teacher, it is an adjustment to see new faces and teach new material. Kids need an adjustment period too, considering they have been out of school for almost 3 months! Did you know that over the extended summer break kids could loose up to 2 months of literacy development? Wow that’s scary… Read More
Learn to Read & Reading Strategies
If you're looking for reading strategies for your students, get these reading lesson downloads. They are interesting and engaging for young learners. Help your students learn to read with these key lessons.
Phonics-Based Reading Passages for the Entire Year Teaching phonics is critical for literacy development, as teachers we know how difficult it is to keep young minds interested in learning. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep those young learners engaged and learning, while having some fun! These phonics activities exemplify engaging learning strategies with simple instructions and interactive… Read More
Welcome to the Stop, Swap, and Roll with a giveaway! I had the pleasure to swap products with Heather from Recipe for Teaching. I was able to choose one product from her store to print, laminate, and use in my classroom. I was so excited to find her Football ABC Activities, since a student in my SPED class, is working… Read More
Hi y’all! This week we worked on my Wild West Unit. Every year the SRO officers host a Rodeo event for the special needs students in our county. We had so much fun learning about all things Wild West this past week! We started the week with a text evidence passage on Cowboys.This is the circle map we created while… Read More
I just adore this time of year! One of my favorite themed units to teach in the Spring is about Zoo Animals. I can not wait to begin this unit in a couple weeks. We will be spending two weeks on this unit. We will be reading nonfiction text on Zoo animals. The students will find each animals… Read More