Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!


Obtain language baseline data easily for your upper level students. Questions aligned with Common Core Standards! Quick and easy to administer-simply read questions and record student answers.

Walk the and easy to prepare!

From Chalkboards To Strollers: Autumn Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers

Adventures of First Grade: Classroom recaps...

The Different Types of Main Idea Questions--Great Teaching Resource When Covering Main Idea With Students. Click the image

You could do with with expanded form or fractions, decimals, and percents for older kiddos.

Using Life of Fred Math in Your Homeschool (We love LOF - a lot of great resource links here).

Checkout this great post on Bulletin Board Ideas! ..... LOVE LOVE this Scarecrow door for the fall!

Math Boggle game using both addition and subtraction. I want to take this idea and make my own sheet. Encourage 3 addend addition. Maybe have categories to write found equations in. Put an area at the bottom to draw talley marks to show how many equations were found in all.

Great example of why students should vary sentences.

kindergarten math worksheets | Kindergarten Subtraction Worksheets: Astronaut Math

The Iowa Farmer's Wife: Thankful Turkey- couldn't this just be a daily reminder and not need one special day per year to be thankful for the things and people in our lives?!

Un canto repetitivo para memorizar las formas de Ser en el tiempo presente. Tonto, sí. Pero a los estudiantes les gusta.

123 Switch: Card Game for practicing how to add and subtract integers.

  • Shawn Humphreys

    this is a great variation. I use cards also but I have the kids deal out all cards to all players in small group. Then they just keep a running total, making sure to write down each set and box answer. Then who ever puts down a card that makes the running total 25 or -25 wins!

The Best Kids Science Experiments to Try at Home - the easy yet super fun ones!

How to prepare a learning space; includes links to lots of blogs with toddler activities

One simple (and deliciously fun!) way to help children recognize and practice self control is The Marshmallow Test.

Monster Centers and Monster Fun! We have a pocket chart story every week. Throughout the year they include most of our sight words and get harder over time...this week they practiced the word AM and color words.