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This could make a nice sight word center. The kiddos could use a picture like this to practice spelling sight words hmmm....

Class Auction Project

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This would be great on the fridge at home - write basic sight words in washable felt on the fridge...

Mrs. Bremer's Class

A blog of teaching ideas and activities for K-2 classrooms, including centers, reading and writing ideas, thematic learning, and much more!

This allows the students to visually see the math problem and figure it out. Students who are visual learners, this activity will help them better understand math concepts such as addition, subtraction, and the greater than or less than pictured here.

Lego Math Game {Greater Than or Less Than} - One Perfect Day

We are definitely a Lego loving family. On any given day our dining table is covered from end to end with R’s (4 yrs) latest creations. There are so many ways to play with Lego and we’ve been using it for lots of math and literacy games as well. When I created this Lego math …

Fun for centers or for small group instruction.    Early literacy and numeracy activities for use on a cookie sheet!  ABC order, CVC words, rhyme and more.

The Cookie Sheet Challenge! - Make Take & Teach

It all started with a cookie sheet. I was observing a student in a kindergarten classroom during literacy center time and in one of the centers the teacher placed magnetic letters on a cookie sheet and the students made words with the letters. Clever– I’ve seen cookie sheets on Pinterest before and really hadn’t paid […]

3 fun early literacy activities that can be used on a cookie sheet. Perfect for centers!

The Cookie Sheet Challenge! - Make Take & Teach

It all started with a cookie sheet. I was observing a student in a kindergarten classroom during literacy center time and in one of the centers the teacher placed magnetic letters on a cookie sheet and the students made words with the letters. Clever– I’ve seen cookie sheets on Pinterest before and really hadn’t paid […]

Science Matters: Modeling the Water Cycle (experiment...seeing the water cycle in action!)

Modeling the Water Cycle

You'll find many variations of this activity, some more sophisticated than others, throughout the Internet and in numerous books. This one is very basic - it's simple to set up and can be effective in helping students visualize the processes occurring throughout the water cycle. You'll need a glass jar with a metal lid. Fill the jar with about an inch of hot tap water (the hotter it is, the faster you'll see something happening). Flip the lid upside down and set it on top of the jar. Fill…

The Art Of Numbers {Number Practice 0-10}

The Art Of Numbers {Number Practice Pages 0-10}

My kids LOVE these activities! They are fun and engaging. What will you find? A page for each number 0-10 with the activities shown in the preview pictures. You might also like: The Art of Numbers 11-20 The Art of Numbers 21-30 The Art of Numbers BUNDLE 0-30 I hope you like these activities and ...

Math Scoops!  Addition and Subtraction ice-cream scoops up to 20! (Color, Cut and Paste!)

Math Scoops!

I had a few requests to make some math products so I made some Math Scoops! These Math Scoops are such a fun way to practice and master simple addition

Christmas ten frames freebie!

Last minute?

Looking for something short and sweet to keep your kids busy tomorrow?! Click on the pictures to snag 'em up! Have a fabulous day!

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.)

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.)

Handwriting Matters — and We Need to Teach It

Handwriting Matters -- and We Need to Teach It

Handwriting practice is low on the list of priorities. So, we need to teach it at home. Because even if they get it in preschool and elementary school like mind, they might not be taught correctly. Both my kids have poor handwriting. I didn't do my part in helping them learn it correctly from the start. I am now making up for lost time.