Math Flowers!

Happy Easter sweet friends! I hope you are all enjoying this time in your classrooms! I worked on updating my favorite math craft and I'm excited to share the new and improved math flowers with you!! Last year, we decorated our classroom with these math flowers, but I...

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Going on an Egg Hunt {Math Style!}

Just wanted to stop by real quick and share a fun little freebie to practice those math facts during the Spring.  Going on an egg hunt for math problems!  I found that cute little magnifying glass in the Target dollar section, but I also have a ton in my...

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Behavior Bingo

Last year before summer break, I shared this behavior management tip that I was using with my students. They were having a tough time staying focused and following classroom rules! Well now that we have less than 2 weeks until Spring Break...we're feeling it again!...

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Mystery Number

In November, I had a lovely blogging friend come visit my class, it was so much fun! She was so sweet, she even brought gifts! Well one gift was from her brain, because she knows my obsession with songs, and she shared with me the cutest song she uses during calendar...

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Winter Craft Ideas

As you may know by now, I love crafts! Not only do they always help our classrooms look cute and inviting,  they're also a great way to practice those tricky fine motor skills. And they involve following directions which we all know can be a challenge 😉 ...

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Birthday Bulletin Board

Birthdays are my favorite holiday to celebrate! It's a special day all about you {who doesn't like that!?} I also love having a birthday board in my classroom, dedicated to all the special little ones in my class.  I've done cupcakes and candles before, but this...

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DIY Foam Dice

 If you know me, you know that I l.o.v.e shopping and I l.o.v.e a good bargain! Like many of you, the Target dollar spot and The Dollar Tree are my favorite places this time of year! Look at this loot I recently picked up! Isn't it just scrumptious?! LOL I am...

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School is Cool!

 I wanted to share this fun little craft with you that my awesome friend Denise inspired me to create! School is Cool!  A fun bulletin board craft for the bright summer months! Click {here} to download the craft and writing templates for free! Leave me some...

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Behavior Bingo- Management Idea

Nine more weeks until summer break...we're really feeling it! My students are having a tough time staying focused and following classroom rules! I'm introducing a new management technique on Monday...I'll let you know how it goes!  Behavior Bingo Choose one...

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My Turkey Family

Here's a fun math activity for Thanksgiving! We started with an anchor chart on "How to draw a turkey"as a whole class before the students drew them on their own. I prep my anchor charts in pencil first and then go over it with markers during the lesson. We also...

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 One of the Kindergarten classes I am working with made the cutest little drawings of trees through the seasons.   Aren't they adorable!? I still can't believe that a 5 year old made this! The teacher went through each season step by step, talking about what the...

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Number Recognition Practice

 Here's a fun Halloween center that I created for my Kinder kiddos to practice number recognition, ordering numbers and writing numbers 1-20. The students will sort these pumpkins in number order They can use this number chart for guidance After they've sorted...

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Quiet Please!

As a Kindergarten teacher, I always find myself singing songs! And I'm not talking about "Days of the Week" or "normal" songs you would sing throughout the day...I mean I sing everything. It's not my fault that kids respond better to singing than to talking {must be...

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Coin Caterpillars

Have you seen this adorable Coin Caterpillar that I pinned? It was my "pinspiration" for this activity! We've been practicing singing the value of our coins every morning and practicing adding the values together. I use my large magnetic money coins, place a few on...

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Sentence Building

My kiddos love building sentences in our pocket charts. They seriously could build the same sentence over and over and never get bored! But that's not going to help their learning! So I made some new sentence cards for sentence building. Farm Sentences:{click picture...

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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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