Teachers Pay Teachers is having a teacher appreciation sale! The sale starts tomorrow May 9th and runs through May 10th. Use code THANKYOU17 to save big! (My store will be set at 20% off, so the 10% off is on top of that. I also will be running the sale an extra day because I know teachers are busy!)
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April is National Poetry Month – the perfect time for students to create their own poetry books! I have designed a poetry pack that includes 13 different poem templates including acrostic, haiku, limerick, quatrain, shape, and more!
I like to have options for printables, so I included two different formats: half page of writing with area to color, and a whole page of writing. Perfect for differentiation! Also included are different rhyming/syllable/word options for certain poems. Title pages are available with a boy, girl, or blank. …
Get out the dice this holiday season with this FREE Christmas Writing Activity! Students roll a die three times and use the pictures to write a silly sentence. After writing six sentences they can read it all together for a silly Christmas story! Another option is to do the activity with phrases that are provided. These activity pages are available in color and black & white for whatever your printing needs are. Primary dotted lines are also available for early writers.
Need a fun way for your students to practice sight words? Try these play dough mats!
These mats are a great way to introduce or review Dolch sight words. Pre-primer, primer, first grade, second grade, and third grade lists are available. (There is a bundle of all five lists too!) Students will have so much fun with these that they won’t even notice they’re working on their fine motor skills!
There are two words per page, which means less printing for you! Cut …
Celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. with these fun activities for kids! Watch a video, write about MLK, create a mini-book, make a peace wreath, and so much more. The best part is all of these activities are free (besides supplies for crafts). Hope you enjoy these activities!
If you’re looking for some great Cyber Monday deals, you don’t want to miss out on Tpt’s Cyber Smile Sale! The savings will definitely make you smile :) The sale starts tomorrow – Monday, November 30th at 12:01 A.M. (EST) and goes until Tuesday, December 1st, 11:59 P.M. (EST). All resources in my store (including bundles!) will be 20% off, and when you use the promo code SMILE you save even more!
I create and design K-5 resources that will save you time. Most of these are …
What are you thankful for? While we should be thankful every day throughout the year, November always motivates me even more to stop and think about what I’m thankful for. And I so can’t believe Thanksgiving is right around the corner! November sure if flying by. Since I love lists, I decided to make a thankful list of course!
My Thankful List: (in no particular order)
1. My sweet husband and our little one on the way.
Need a fun and simple way to review sight words? Try these Sight Word Bingo boards! These boards are ready to print and go, and each set comes with 30 unique boards. This way you won’t have like 15 kids at once shouting out bingo! These are also great for small groups or centers too. What a great way to review sight words!
I have a little secret to share with you all today! You may have noticed that my blog posts have been few and far between. My Instagram account has cobwebs. Twitter and Pinterest need some attention too.
Go back to school with these creative teacher gift ideas! What a nice gesture to start off the year! Even if your school year has already started, a small gift would still be appreciated and probably be a great surprise. If you can include items that are on a classroom supply list, then that’s an extra bonus! Teachers usually have a very small supply budget and most things come out of pocket. These little gifts will definitely be appreciated!