Alphabet Playdough Mats
Alphabet play dough mats. Easy for beginning kindergarten because the letters on mat look like real play dough "snakes".
Preschool Letter E - In My World
We started out Preschool Letter of the Week E with an alphabet pinwheel. I would have liked to start with our beginning sounds basket, but all I could find in our house were eggs and envelopes…. and I wasn’t sure whether filling a frail basket with some eggs for a preschooler to handle would have …
RTI Letter Recognition and Sound Correspondence
Included are 150 pages for RTI Letter Recognition and Sound Correspondence. Use the activities in this pack for small group, RTI, centers, or homework. I have some kids ready to read in my Kindergarten class; however, I also have a group of students that still need extra help learning the alphabet (letters and sounds). If you are in the same boat as I am… I think you will really benefit from this pack! Teacher book, little reader, cards, student sheets, sorting labels plus more.. ---Alma…
R.T.I. - Reading
Are you finished with your beginning of the year assessments yet? Do you feel all tested out? Now that you know where your class is academically, it is time to begin planning for ways to help them. First and second grade teachers, I just revised my Reading Tips & Tidbits packet. The activities in this packet would work on those skills that your students need. Letter shuffle is an activity that can be used many different ways. Student puts the letter(s) in their Letter Sounds personal pocket…
ESL Activities for Kindergarteners
Teaching ESL to kindergartners can be challenging. Many children at the age of five or six are just beginning to become comfortable with one language. Introducing a new language, especially one as complex as English, can thus be difficult.However, studies suggest that children learn languages better than adults, and so children may be able to excel at their ESL studies when they begin in kindergarten. Here are some resources to find tips and activities to help make learning fun and to…
Page not found - Mrs. Wills Kindergarten
A few weeks ago, I swung my car into the parking lot of Circle K to grab an iced tea after seeing the AMAZING Pat Quinn's RTI conference. I soon realized that I was getting strange
Kindergarten RTI: Intervention Activities | Alphabet ELA Distance Learning
Kindergarten RTI: Letter Recognition & Identification - Babbling Abby - TeachersPayTeachers.com
The 2 Teaching Divas
Great pack with all kinds of activities to learn about Martin Luther King Jr! Included you will find: MLK KWL chart, MLK Peekover, I have a dream, MLK facts, Martin and Me venn diagram, MLK fact sheet, What Peace Means to Me, Who was MLK, MLK mini-reader, timeline, MLK pennant, teaching diversity egg activity, and Following in Dr. King's footsteps. Please contact me with any questions. Samples of Peekover are included in the pack! Get your own copy RIGHT HERE!!
Social Stories for Special Education: Volume 1
Social Stories Bundle! Including stories for Fire Drill, Asking someone to Play, Lunch, Working in Groups, Safe Body, and many more!
Happy Saturday, all! I had a great week and my observation went smashingly. Today, I’m going to break down my 30 minute lesson that I taught this past Monday. I hope it will help y’all with your kinder babies :) As I’ve become more familiar with the purpose of RTI, I feel like I can be more intentional with my instruction and pack the most educational punch into 30 minutes that I can! Seriously, I do A LOT with them in that brief amount of time, so get ready for a crazy, long post! Here we…
WIDA & CCSS lesson planning resources
So - after planning for hours this weekend, and reading Señorita Reina's comment - I am not alone! WooHoo! I know - it sounds crazy ... but many times I think I am the only one experiencing trouble or that has an issue...chances are ... many others have the same issue.. So - I did some blog stalking research today - Here is what I've found.... First up - WIDA blog This blog - by Tammy King - has been up and running for two years. She highlights trainings, ACCESS for ELL's, ed tech, and data…
Behavior Charts: Advice/Comments Welcome!
I question my methods often, as I think all good educators should. So, if you have a minute please read this LONG post and leave some honest feedback and advice on what works for YOU. Last year was a tough one (behaviorally) in my classroom. I felt I had more defiance, anger and "issues" come up than I ever have before. Actually it seems every year gets a little tougher. I've taught for 14 years and in the last 2 years I've had to chase down runaway kids, been spit at, screamed at, scratched…