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Social Studies can be tricky. Especially for your primary students. Maps for primary students can be a very complex topic, and distance learning with maps can be even trickier, so we are here to make your life just a little bit simpler. Distance Learning with maps: Step 1: Read about maps This is a
W Sun, Sand and Savings Sale We are so excited to be participating in this popular Sun, Sand and Savings sale June 22-July 18! We are joining this group of awesome teachers to bring you great resources and giveaways. We know it has been a crazy school year and we hope and pray that
#affiliate links are *affiliate links included and if you choose to purchase, we will receive a small percentage-Thank you! Class Mascot This is Quentin our Quality Penguin. He was our class mascot and the students loved taking turns taking him home. Read more about having one here. I know you may be a parent doing
How do Boom Cards make Distance Learning fun? I have been wondering, “What are Boom Cards?” I started seeing them on Pinterest and on Instagram. I didn’t really pay much attention to them because they were digital, and to be totally honest, I stayed away from digital because I was not ready to jump into
This book is so cool! I have to say I get why Pam was so excited about using these emergent readers with her students. She was always sharing her success stories and I thought that was great, but now, after seeing how successful my own daughter has been working in this reader for a few
I am amazed! This is the first time I’ve really spent focus and energy on using our resources with my own daughter. As a music teacher, our resources don’t always fit into my classroom, but now that I’m home with my little girl, this little book has proven the perfect tool for my reading arsenal.