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Math Card Games for Kids!

I love teaching math with a deck of cards! It is simple, the games are usually a lot of FUN, and a deck of cards is accessible to almost every child out there. I have shared plenty of card games in the past, but today I wanted to share two more of my favorites for […]

Choice Boards for Distance Learning

Choice boards are great for fostering student independence at all times of the school year, but they may be even more important now during distance learning. Each student has a completely different family situation going on at this time and students may not be able to complete the same types of assignments. I took this […]

Digital Phonics Poems

I have been creating and using phonics poetry for K-2 classrooms for almost a decade now! I just find that fun, rhythmic phonics poems are a great way to practice so many different skills. For one, we practice decoding many different phonics patterns by reading words with those patterns within a text. We practice fluency […]

At Home Writing Activities for Grades K-2

Tons of people all around the country are embarking on this new work-from-home adventure and in the teacher world, it’s not something we even really thought was possible. Teachers get their joy and their excitement from being face-to-face with their learners. In the primary grades, teachers and students alike thrive with hands-on learning. There are […]

5 Easy and Fun Math Games to Play At Home!

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 […]