“Rise and shine porcupine!” That is what I say to my three kids when I wake them up in the morning. Have I mentioned that I am a mom too? LOL I think I get wrapped up with school while in the blogging world but my three sweet children (now all in middle school…yikes!) actually start my day each morning… Read More
I joined Teacher’s Notebook last week and love it! To celebrate, I am offering a great BUY ONE GET ONE FREE DEAL today! All you need to do is buy something, send me your email address and what you want free (of equal or lesser value), AND FOLLOW my teacher’s notebook shop. Easy peasy!!
Dice Game Center This is a great center to have during Math Centers. You can print out enough copies for partners to share in a center. I would print on cardstock and laminate for future use. Provide some sort of counter (erasers, bears, blocks, etc) and two dice per pair. Have children take turns rolling the dice and moving their… Read More
I finished my Apple Unit yesterday for TPT and Teacher’s Notebook. It is a whopping 63 pages. J As usual, here is a freebie and quick preview of a few of the activities. I appreciate your feedback. Have a great day. P.S. I am having a sale on everything at my TPT store and my Teacher’s Notebook shop. Have a… Read More
Math & Science CENTERS!! I have six math center groups of three or four students. Each group will go to one center per day so I will switch out centers every 7th day. Confused yet? I start with very basic skills and activities that will progressively get more difficult.J The first week of school, I start table centers. This gets the… Read More
I don’t start LITERACY centers the first week of school because it takes so much time getting familiar with the classroom and rules. I take one day to explain all of the centers for the next rotation and we practice the activities together or I will demonstrate with helpers. I will start the year with VERY BASIC centers. This week, I demonstrated on… Read More