Today I'm joining Show and Tell Tuesday with Forever in 5th Grade ! This is a linky where everyone shares something special from ho...
Hi Friends, This is a very quick post. I put together a little Christmas poem this evening that I'm using with my class this we...
Hey Everyone! I just wanted to let you know what I'm up to on my other blog, GO Designs . I'm hosting a 30 Day Blog...
Last week my first graders made torn paper poppy art!
Our school is making art cards for one of our fundraisers. Each class is creating beautiful, non-seasonal art that will be professional...
I just put together a poem for next week and thought I would share it with you. If you click on the image you can grab the poem as ...
I’m almost an old lady. Gack! Did I just say that out loud? I only feel about 32 years old but in the real world ~ the one where every...
Happy October! I have a collection of pumpkin poems for you and it's FREE! Click the image below to grab. I love usin...
A couple of weeks ago I posted a book review of Flying Henry . Today I read it to my class and they absolutely loved it! ...
This little gem was recommended to me by Barbara, from The Corner on Character . I actually wrote this post a couple of years ago...
I wanted to share a somewhat unusual book with you today. I bought Flying Henry by Rachel Hulin a couple of years ago and then forgot I ha...
Confession time: I dislike Show 'n Tell. A lot! I've been teaching primary for 27 years now and I've decided that thi...
I made a birthday chair! And the best part? It took about five minutes. Yes! I love quick 'n easy projects. I found...
Click to Grab I was looking around pinterest today and found these really cool optical illusions that  Amy Allender  did with h...
I have four new sets of icons for you! Three are social media sets and one is a set of sewing icons. All my icons are made by me, fro...
I love the ocean (I live on an island) and love doing experiments with my class, although I'm more than a little embarrassed to ad...
10 AWESOME Birthday Books for First Grade After I wrote last week's post about the ways I celebrate classroom birthdays , I though...
Do you like to celebrate your students' birthdays? I LOVE to and I've been doing it every year for the last 26.   H...
Geometry in first grade is a hands-on affair. And today it was a little muckier than usual because we made cubes using clay and straws...
As we head into our last 18 teaching days before summer break, I'm looking to lighten things up a bit. We do spelling every day all y...
Title :  The Red Hat Author : David Teague Illustrator : Antoinette Portis Disney, Hyperion, 2015, Fiction Suitable fo...
We've been learning about butterflies for the last couple of weeks so I wanted to share all the great things we've done! ...