I love sharing The Snow Globe Family with students. ❄️ They love to share what they would do if they lived inside a snow globe. ❄️ These craft booklets are a great way to record these ideas or even a place to work on vocabulary as you read.
These rainbow snowflakes have certainly brightened our week. The kids loved making these!
Ahh...Ahh...Ahhh Choo! Sneezy the Snowman is such a fun read aloud! ⛄️ Students can work on cause & effect with these snowman & ice cream cone crafts. 🍦
If you’ve been thinking about using classroom money 💰, January can be a great time to start. I loved using it to motivate students AND work on math skills. 👍🏻 Students could spend their money on coupons, which hardly cost me a dime! 😊
“She had stood by silently, and that was just as bad as what Peggy had done. Worse.” 📚 Though this book was written in 1944, the message is one that is still relevant today! 💕
Penny’s Path is a fun way to practice polygons! While the students play, you can informally assess by listening to students state the reasons why a shape is or is not a polygon.