Guided Reading Books & Activities {Rhyme to Read}

The creators of Rhyme to Read and I are excited to announce that this highly effective reading program is now available in digital download format! Rhyme to Read is a great program designed to support beginning readers. This program emphasizes word family chunks which...

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Write and Reveal!

My students have loved, loved, loved reading with our Read and Reveal cards, so I knew they would be hooked when I introduced Write and Reveal!   Just like Read and Reveal, the Write and Reveal cards have a hidden flap to make this center completely independent...

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Reading CVC Words with Read and Reveal Cards

When it comes to reading CVC words, it's always best to make it FUN! My students love using our Read and Reveal cards because they get to reveal the hidden picture after reading the CVC word. These cards are great for struggling readers both in kindergarten and first...

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April Math and Literacy Centers for Kindergarten

I can't believe April is almost here! This year is FLYING by! I just finished prepping some fun April themed centers and I wanted to share them with you! Math Centers: Base Ten Butterflies This one is hands down my favorite center for this month! The kiddos will match...

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See & Stamp Math and Literacy Centers {March}

We have been loving our stamping center this year so I wanted to share with you what is going in March's tubs!   We've been working hard on sorting word family words so with this center my kiddos will choose a card, decide which word family it belongs to and...

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Building Words in Kindergarten

One of my favorite things about teaching kindergarten is seeing the tremendous growth my students make in such a short period of time! I think back to the start of the year when we are working on identifying the letters of the alphabet {and that there are actually...

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Take a Closer Look {January Math and Literacy Centers}

Happy 2016 friends! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! My husband and I had a lot of fun together sharing our exciting news with our friends and family! We can't wait for our baby to arrive in July!   My sweet friend Jessica from Elementary Nest is...

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Read and Reveal {vowel teams}

One of my all time favorite resources I created for my guided reading groups last year was my Read and Reveal cards! I found that they were really struggling blending their CVC words together, so I added some visual reminders to the words. Dots under each sound to...

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See & Stamp Math and Literacy Centers for December

My students are absolutely LOVING our stamping center. Something about stamps and ink pads are just so enthralling 😉 Have you seen the self-inking alphabet stamps that Kristin from A Teeny Tiny Teacher shared about?! They're pretty awesome!   I just uploaded my...

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Rhyming Pumpkins!

Last week, as I was prepping centers for the week, I pulled out my fun rhyming center from my Fall Math & Literacy Centers.    The scarecrow reminded me of the cute little scarecrow I found at the 99 cent store the previous weekend and then I got this...

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See & Stamp Math and Literacy Centers {August/September}

I'm so excited to share with you my new See & Stamp centers! I wanted to make something fun for my kiddos to use at the stamping center as well as something easy for them to use at the beginning of the year!   I cut apart the center cards and plan on sticking...

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Organizing Centers for the Entire Year

Recently, I've been getting tons of questions about how I organize my monthly centers so I wanted to share with you! While I prep my centers, everything is always strewn about the room. But with these ideas, I am organized in no time! Materials needed: 1" 3-ring...

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Number Practice in Kindergarten

As soon as I completed my All About the ABC printables, I knew I just had to make a set for numbers too! It has been a long struggle putting this together, but they have finally come to fruition! The letter tracers were a huge hit, so I need these little number...

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Morning Work Update!

November is almost here and I have officially completed 1/3 of my Morning Work Bundle! Woohoo! Here's a look at the newest mornings work set. I think it is my favorite yet! Matching uppercase and lowercase letters, reading and writing sight words, rhyming words, and...

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A Peek at Our Week!

Isn't it always fun to take a peek into other teachers' classrooms? I love doing it! I have been secretly stalking Mrs. Will's Peek at My Week Linky Party since she started, and I've never had the guts to link up. But I all of a sudden was inspired this week, so I...

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If you are looking for hands-on, engaging kindergarten activities, you came to the right place!





  • These play doh mats free printables are perfect activites for your kids when learning all about shapes! Children will have fun while working on their fine motor skills.  #games #learning #kindergarten #kids
  • Hooray for kindergarten printables! Use these worksheets to practice spring sight words, writing and math! They're great for homeschool activities and are 100% fun!
  • Make the most of your time management by grabbing these printable literacy centers! These centers are a great addition to your spring literacy rotations! Students can practice sight words with these hands-on stamping activities! #play #literacy
  • Read and Reveal cards make teaching reading fun! These reading intervention ideas are great for struggling readers both in lower grades and help them use their phonics strategies while reading. They are perfect for small groups, literacy centers, or intervention groups. #blendingsounds #CVCwords
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