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See & Write {literacy & math centers}

A few years ago, I created some easy-to-prep, ready-to-go centers for my literacy and math time called See & Stamp Centers. They included 4 literacy centers and 4 math centers for each month that covered skills my kinders could complete independently! They loved...

Spring Centers for First Grade

Hello there! Happy Spring! I sure do love this time of year 🙂 I wanted to pop in and share some of my newest centers! These centers were created with first graders in mind, but can definitely be used to differentiate for your "high flyers" in kinder 🙂 The themes are...

Math Story Problems {addition and subtraction to 10}

I love teaching math and story problems are no exception! But story problems sure can be tricky! Especially with all those words 😉 When I'm teaching my students how to solve story problems, we talk about all the important parts of each problem. We circle the numbers...

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...

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...

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...

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...

S is for Snowman!

This year, we have worked on incorporating more poetry into our classroom. Poetry is a great way to help your students build oral language, develop a sense of rhyming words, concepts of print as well as practice fluency and comprehension strategies. Plus, poetry is...

All About Penguins! {craft and writing freebie}

One of my all time favorite things to teach about during the winter months are penguins. Nothing gets much cuter than a penguin! This book, Penguins, Penguins, Everywhere! is such a great, child friendly book that shares tons of penguin facts! Here's a little blurb...

December Resources and Ideas

It absolutely blows my mind that December is right around the corner. How did that even happen!? I'm a teensy bit sad that 2014 is coming to an end, as it was probably the best year of my life! BUT, I have a lot of fun to look forward to, so I'm not too sad 😉 As I...

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