Welcome to Susan Jones Teaching! Susan is a former primary and literacy teacher focused on providing quality, research-based ideas to help K-2 teachers all over the globe. She loves to come up with creative ways to engage students and help every child reach their fullest potential. Susan understands the stressful demands of teaching and strives to help lessen the burden on teachers by sharing activities and lessons that are standards-based and ready-to-use!
5 Easy and Fun Math Games to Play At Home!
Tags: distance learning, math games
Do you happen to have any dice, dried beans, LEGOS, or cubes at home?! Then you can play so many of these educational math games at home with your kids. When teachers were thrust into distance learning a couple of weeks ago, I wanted to help by creating easy video lessons that can be sent […]
My 3 Tips for Distance Learning!
This whole distance learning thing is new for all of us. Teachers are home trying to tend to their own lives and the way it has changed along with trying to teach students from afar. Parents are taking on more of the educational duties while also working their own jobs from home. Curriculum-creators (like myself) are […]
Writing Personal Narratives in 1st Grade: A Week of Lessons!
Do you need any help teaching personal narratives to your kindergarten, first grade or second-grade students?! While many parents and teachers are embarking on this new adventure of E-learning or learning from home, I wanted to help out in a way that will provide some relief to both busy teachers and busy parents. To do […]
Book Clubs for 1st Grade
All About Book
Read Aloud Lessons
Number Sense Activities (0-20)
Math, Number Sense
These first grade and kindergarten activities are perfect to help students gain awareness of the numbers 0-20. Students practice ordering numbers, comparing numbers, building numbers, and identifying different ways to make the numbers 0-20.