Teaching Handwriting in Transitional Kindergarten When it comes to handwriting, teaching takes a lot of patience! It is one of the most rewarding subjects for me to to teach, but I am not going to lie, it is really difficult at times. I get frustrated just like the students, and there are times when I… Continue reading
Remember in my last blog post when I discussed that I was going to be giving you a sneak into letter recognition games for early childhood? Well, I am still doing that but I am just going to go all in with this and share with you 5 NEW GAMES that I created. I am too excited… Continue reading 5 Letter Recognition games for Preschool and Pre- Kindergarten
As a teacher I know that it is really hard -and sometimes- can feel like it is impossible to teach the alphabet in a unique and engaging way. Most teachers are looking for fun and exciting ways to teach the alphabet but they are unsure how to do this. That is why I have compiled… Continue reading Games for Letter Recognition
TAKE A PEEK AT THE BOOKS The alphabet. Such an easy concept to teach to 4 and 5 year olds don't you agree? As they all sit criss cross applesauce on the carpet, listening attentively as you go through all 52 uppercase and lowercase letters and their sounds. Don't forget to talk about vowels too!… Continue reading ABC Foldable Mini Books
Happy Friday everyone! I hope that your week was FUN and you are ready for a relaxing weekend. Speaking of fun, can we chat about these super fun numerical ordering pages that I created? Did you know that students are more likely to retain information if they are engaged in an activity that goes with… Continue reading Math made fun!