Hundreds Chart Activities and Games
Hundreds charts are a valuable tool for helping kids master counting skills, developing number sense, recognizing patterns, and more. Here are some of my favorite hundreds chart activities and games to try in the classroom or at home.
Valentines Day Math First Grade Activity
Fun subtraction games and activities will make your 1st grader's Valentine's Day the best! Download this FREE Google Slides game to celebrate the holiday and have your students engaged in math practice!
Why Spiral Math Review Is Important - Missing Tooth Grins
These first grade spiral math review journals are an important component in the first grade classroom. First graders learn, practice, and review the math content and CCSS throughout the year. Spiral Math Review Journals are perfect for daily math warm-ups, math centers, morning work, early finishers, and math share time. #firstgrade #mathcenters #spiralmathreview
Map Making Mania: Fun Geography Activities for the Primary Grades | The Creative Classroom
Are you a primary grade teacher who would like to incorporate some engaging, hands-on activities into your social studies lessons? In this blog post, I share two of my (and my students'!) absolute favorite activities that help teach mapping skills: map flip books and a map building project I call Paper Towns. I hope you love them as much as we do!
Secret Student 2.0: Using Apps to Increase Engagment
Spice up your secret student process with some fun apps. I only have my personal iPhone and an iPad so we don't utilize a lot of apps in my classroom. But, one app we do use that I'm going to talk about is Decide Now. It's a fun, FREE app with a spinning wheel like that of Wheel of Fortune except you can customize the wheel and make it your own. Bonus: Kids love technology! Secret student is when you choose a student at the beginning of the day and you don't tell anyone....it's a secret…
What to Write in a Journal Prompts for Kids
Your students are going to love these What to Write in a Journal writing prompts. Discover ideas for your students to write about in school - or at home!