If you have every played Spoons, then you know how fun and engaging that game is. Have you ever thought about playing Spoons in the classroom? This post explains how teachers can use an academic version of the highly engaging Spoons game to review concepts. Free games included!
These FREE read & illustrate phonics passages and the perfect way for students to practice fluency. There are passages and sentences to provide for differentiation and these are all for long vowels with silent e. Head over to the post to download the free activity!
This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.
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Basic Graham Cracker Crust
There is nothing quite like a buttery homemade graham cracker crust. The filling options are endless, from cream pies to ice cream, to no-bake cheesecakes. You can pop just about anything in a graham cracker crust. We have lots of pie recipes involving
These phonics poems are the perfect way to have your students practice fluency! I love to put these poems in a poetry folder and each week we have a new word family or phonics skill to learn. Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students can read the poems, visualize the poems, and practice nonsense words easily in a phonics center, whole group or small group with the teacher!