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These fun sight word poems will help your kiddos learn their pre-primer sight words, 5 words at a time! They also help with fluency and reading strategies.

Description These fun sight word poems will help your kiddos learn their pre-primer sight words, 5 words at a time! They also help with fluency and reading strategies. If you enjoy these sight word poems, check out these Primer Sight Word Poems: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Dolch-Primer-Sight-Word-Poems-3390785

A rainy day inspired counting poem for your little ones!Please take a moment to check out my 1 Red Umbrella: Rainy Day Math CollectionInc...

Description A rainy day inspired counting poem for your little ones! Please take a moment to check out my 1 Red Umbrella: Rainy Day Math Collection Includes rainy day themed: sorting, patterning, counting, addition, fine motor practise, 1 Red Umbrella teacher's guide and student response sheet. I love comments! ♥ Miss Moore Learning New Words

Never thought that there would ever come a time when I could only talk to you with my heart, only see you in my mind, and only hear your voice through a memory...

Never thought that there would ever come a time when I could only talk to you with my heart, only see you in my mind, and only hear your voice through a memory...

FREEBIE: Spring song for kids.  How cute would this be for a morning meeting or spring performance?  Or Classroom Teachers- use this in a fluency station or send home with students!

FREEBIE: Spring song for kids. How cute would this be for a morning meeting or spring performance? Or Classroom Teachers- use this in a fluency station or send home with students!

First Grade Wow: A Whole Lotta Sharin' Goin' On!

Hello Everyone!! This is my favorite time of the school year. We are finishing up our testing, the kids have become quite independent with everything, they have become readers and writers, they have become problem solvers, I could go on and on! I want to share some of their darling work and a couple of free units. First off, after the big chick hatching extravaganza, I decided to have the kids write about what they would do if they had a baby chick. From what they wrote, they would make…