1st grade

Simple DIY Dry Erase Boards

This past week I was in desperate need of some activities to keep my children entertained during a conference, and these DIY Dry Erase Boards were the perfect solution. My children love dry erase boards. They color, erase, and then color some more, sometimes for hours. We do have one large dry erase board easel, […] Read more…

September Writing Prompts

The September writing prompts are here, and they are too fun! September is like the peanut butter and jam of the summer/fall sandwich. It’s stuck right in the middle, and it’s delicious. I love the warm days, but wearing my sweatshirt in the evening. I love colorful leaves and picking apples from our tree. I […] Read more…

Candy Corn Math Activity

This week we’re prepping for fall with this delicious Candy Corn Math Activity, adding up dominoes and then determining greater than/less than. Candy corn has been one of my favorite Halloween treats since I was a little girl. Basically the only way to ruin them is to put a brown chocolate flavored layer in them. […] Read more…

October First Grade Worksheets

This set of October First Grade Worksheets was so fun to create, and I hope they’ll be just as much fun for the kids to work through. The math and literacy assignments are disguised as adorable monster, witch, candy and pumpkin activities and pictures. Children will get to complete a word search, color, write, and […] Read more…

Parts of Speech Grammar Game

It’s a major holiday weekend over here, and we are having a blast playing a Parts of Speech Grammar Game. Holidays are a great time to take a break and play with family, but of course, there’s always a way to throw a bit of learning in there with all of the fun. We’re stuck […] Read more…

Word Families Reading Activity With Spoons

*This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. See disclosures for more details. We tried out a fun new word families reading activity this week, and I can’t wait to share it with you. My pre-schooler absolutely loved this one because it involved spoons and a bit of fine motor fun in addition to […] Read more…

First Grade Worksheets for Spring

I can’t wait to share this new set of first grade worksheets for spring with you. It has been so fun to watch the plants popping out of the dirt, the rain showers watering them, and see the birds and bugs start to make themselves at home again in our backyard. I’ve been inspired by […] Read more…

Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring

Daffodils and tulips are popping up all over my lawn, and they inspired today’s Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring. I love all of the bright colors of spring flowers. They make me smile after a long, snowy winter, and evidently they make my kids smile as well because I have to remind them not […] Read more…

Money Worksheets for 2nd Grade

We’ve been working on some money counting activities recently, and now I’m happy to show you our fun money worksheets for 2nd grade. We love playing games and using activities to learn things, but sometimes it’s helpful to have quite time worksheets to practice on as well. That doesn’t mean they have to be boring, […] Read more…

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