Check out these latest posts on teaching kindergarten in fun ways that are fun, age-appropriate and make learning the cool thing to do.
The world of teaching kindergarten is such a unique place. My favorite principal would say that kindergarten is an island of its own – and I agree. The stuff we
Make cute end of the year photos for your kindergarten students. Here’s how to photograph, make and print personalized photos for each of the kiddos in your class. It’s fun
It’s the end of the school year and it’s time to celebrate the end of kindergarten. Here are free kindergarten diplomas and kindergarten completion certificates that you can download instantly
Teach handwriting easier with these free handwriting stroke posters. Group letters together by their similar strokes and you’ll be surprised how quickly kindergarten students will learn to form letters correctly.
Making class books is a favorite kindergarten activity of mine. Here is a free Dr. Seuss “There’s a Wocket in My Pocket” themed class book template you can make with
Teaching handwriting in kindergarten can be simplified with these quick tips. Here’s what you need to know when you’re teaching five and six-year-olds how to write. These tips will work
Keep track of the letters kindergartners can write correctly with this simple system. Here’s how I tracked my kindergarten students and helped them print 100% of their letters correctly… without
Teach handwriting in kindergarten by starting early and working smart. Here are the four basics to teaching handwriting in kindergarten — so that all students can form letters successfully and
This Valentine’s Day card collection keepsake book is a free printable that will allow your students to collect their Valentine cards all in one place. I wanted to make sure if you hadn’t already
Make a sweet Mother’s Day present with your kindergartners. This free photo overlay will be a cherished Mother’s Day kindergarten gift. With spring in the air and the end of
Learning to read CVC words is key to reading success in kindergarten. Learning to rhyme in addition to blending onsets and rime play a key role in learning to read
Are you gearing up for the 100th day of school in kindergarten? I am working here behind the scenes to help you pull off a fun and learning-filled day. I’ve
The 100th day of school is such a fun celebration. We work hard in kindergarten and come so far in those first 100 days of school. Some of you may
If you’re like me, we can’t spend the entire 100th day of school counting things. That feels monotonous… even though it’s just for a day. Here is a fun writing