1st Grade Worksheets for January

My latest project, 1st Grade Worksheets for January, is finally finished. I was inspired by the unusual amount of snow we’ve had this year. It came down on Christmas, and just never left. We’ve been making snowmen, having sledding races down the neighborhood hill, and warming up by the fire. This set of 25 Math and […] Read more…

January Kindergarten Worksheets

Over the Christmas break, I’ve been snatching a few hours here and there to finish my January Kindergarten worksheets. December’s set was so much fun to create, I couldn’t wait to get this one out as well. This set is filled with winter friends, winter sports, winter writing prompts, and other snow inspired awesomeness. There […] Read more…

Fun & Easy Reading Activities for Kindergarten

  If you follow my blog at all, you’ll know that I am obsessed with reading activities. My special interest comes from memories of learning to read with my mom, working with struggling kids in my husband’s childhood elementary school, and teaching my own children to read. It is such a critical skill, and I […] Read more…

Christmas Tree Graphing Activity

  I was talking to a teacher friend yesterday, and she mentioned that this last week before Christmas, is a tricky one for teaching. The children are just too excited about Christmas, and they are easily distracted. With that in mind, my homework suggestion of the day is to send the kids home to graph […] Read more…

7 Christmas Counting Activities for Preschool

  Counting is one of those things you just have to practice over and over again, but it helps if you can count something fun. My 3-year-old son is working on his counting within 10, and so I came up with some fun Christmas counting activities for preschool age children. All of these activities are […] Read more…

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Passages

  My latest project that has been stewing in my brain over the holiday, is Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Passages. I’ve wanted to create these for years. They remind me of my mother, a teacher turned stay-at-home-mom, who taught me how to read from materials she mostly made herself. When it was time to read she […] Read more…

Fall Tree Art Project for Kids

I continue to work on my aversion to keeping kids and paint in the same room. It’s difficult for me, but considering their love of the arts, it must be done. This week we worked on several painting projects, but one of our favorites was a fall tree art project. This was a particularly fun […] Read more…

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