Summative vs. Formative Assessments What’s the difference, anyway? Some like to think of the two as helping one another out – the formative assessments check progress along the way, while the summative assessment serves sort of as the ‘end survey’. While that works as a simplified explanation, there’s much more to it.
Shaving Cream Marbling -- one of our all-time favorite kids art activities ever! So fun and so beautiful!
Alphabet Shower Curtain Rings, letter recognition, learn to read activity, reading readiness. # preschool #homeschool
Visual Splash- A Cool and Unique Way to Teach Symbolism! Some students are visual learners, so it’s important for us as educators to tap into that...
The End of Year ELA Review: Brain Games and Puzzles resource includes 10 fun, engaging, and challenging brain games or puzzles to review English/language arts content. The puzzles facilitate critical thinking skills as well as review the following skills: simile, metaphor, personification, theme, idioms, irony, mood, tone, novel, symbolism, all parts of speech, anagrams, setting, plot, protagonist, climax, resolution, transitions, spelling, and compound words.
One Duck Stuck. I use this to go along as a supplemental book for the Kindergarten "Gameplan." I sing the "Help, Help who can help" on sol and mi. The kids love it and it teaches a good lesson about everyone working together to do what they could not do alone. Great for the beginning of the year! #WestMusic #InspireMyClass
Kindergarten activities and printable for September! For Spanish: can change the number on the bucket to spell out number in Spanish (ex: uno)