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First grade

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This is a PBL teaching students about the states of matter. This would be good for a first or second grade class.

This is a PBL teaching students about the states of matter. This would be good for a first or second grade class.

How to: Create Personal Student Math Kits

Hello and welcome to the WEIRDEST SCHOOL YEAR OF YOUR CAREER. While last year ended with quite a twist, definitely not something anyone predicted, we were definitely running in emergency mode, boots on the ground, working hard in overdrive to get kids what they needed to learn remotely and hopefully support parents in the process. This year feels like a whole new beast. We’re somehow expected to plan for the unplannable, be prepared for the unpreparable (yup, that’s a word now), and provide…

Come on in!!! I'm so excited you're here, and I'm even more excited to share a space that is near and dear to my heart...my classroom!  My husband and I moved back to Florida this past summer, so I'm

Come on in!!! I'm so excited you're here, and I'm even more excited to share a space that is near and dear to my heart...my classroom! My husband and I moved back to Florida this past summer, so I'm

TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: Writing Reviews, Accountable Talk, Subtraction and More!

Writing reviews, subtraction strategies, & more! Well, this momma is full swing back into teaching mode! My first graders and I are getting used to one another again and trying to continue our learning without skipping a beat. It is an interesting transition to come back after maternity leave. My classroom was in someone else’s […]

Engaging sentence building activity to teach your students about sentences and their parts. This color-coded resource is perfect for K-1 literacy centers.

Engaging sentence building activity to teach your students about sentences and their parts. This color-coded resource is perfect for K-1 literacy centers.