Task cards are one of my favorite ways to add variety and fun to my primary classroom. One of the best features? Once you have prepared a set of task cards, you can easily reuse them with little to no prep, saving you tons of time! What Are Task Cards?
After months of non-traditional learning, our students may not be too keen on getting back to lessons. With a bit of effort and creativity, though, we can craft lessons our students will love. The trick is to find a good balance between what will keep students interested while remaining educational.
What a strange world we’re living in right now… It’s been difficult on everyone and we’re all dealing with it as best as we can with the recommendations that our governments are imposing on us. Here in Canada, I’m in self-isolation and am not allowed to leave my house unless
Has this ever happened to you? You’ve spent months teaching your students every sound that was required in your phonics program. You practiced them every day using flashcards, singing songs, and playing sorting/matching games. You finally felt like your students were ready to read and … you quickly realized that
Are you concerned that your students are not getting the most out of your phonics instruction? It’s easy to become frustrated and feel like we’re not doing everything in our power to meet our students’ needs. I’d like to share some teacher-tested and student-approved best practices with you because I
I’m always looking for new ways to integrate technology into my daily classroom routines. Brainstorming ways to revamp “blah” activities into new and improved ones has become something I love to do. This time, I decided to switch out my old paper flashcards for digital ones. Why print, laminate, and
Hi everyone, My Phonics Curriculum has finally arrived and I could not be more thrilled! I have been brainstorming this project for months now and I’m so excited to share some new things with you. ** Stick around.. I have a BIG SURPRISE for you at the end of this