Are you ready for St Patrick’s Day? It is a time to wear green and have fun with learning. My students always loved learning about the holiday. From shamrocks to gold coins to rainbows the fun seems endless! Today I want to share with you some engaging activities that are also minimal prep. Come check […]
Math Centers made Easy in the Primary Classroom
I’m about to hit you with some real talk. This school year has been so, so busy. Between IEP meetings, figuring out how I can support my students who really need it, e mailing parents back, writing our newsletter, planning engaging lessons, getting married, and trying to find a little balance, I’ve forgotten to do a few things that I’ve […]
The Perfect Activity for your Geometry Unit
We’ve had so much fun with our geometry unit this year. My kiddos have loved all of the hands-on activities and this adorable craft! I thought it would be fun for kiddos to put different shapes together to create their very own shape person. You know I love cute things that are easy to prep […]
Organize math centers in your classroom
I created a Math Station area where all of our manipulatives, tools, and games are stored. You can organize math centers, too! It’s great because when students are finished in my class, they know to leave the assignment on their desk since we’ll be grading it together as a class, and go work on something […]
Are Math Centers Just Busy Work?
Let me ask you, do you think math centers are just busy work? I don’t and I want to share with you why! In my class, math centers are a class favorite for many reasons. Sadly, some administrators or teachers may look at games as just a filler to give teachers time to do something […]
Math Was So Boring to Teach…But Not Anymore!
I’m a huge believer in making math fun. Math is not my favorite subject because it never came easy to me. As a teacher, it was the subject I dreaded teaching the most because it was so boring. I’m not a worksheet kinda girl and needed to make math more fun! Can you feel me, […]