During the school year, mornings can be quite rushed. To give me energy, I like to start my day with a healthy breakfast. My favorite healthy breakfast includes scrambled eggs, a side of diced avocado, cinnamon toast, a small glass of Tropicana orange juice, and of course, a cup of much needed coffee. I use Nutpods creamer in my coffee. It has 0 grams of sugar and only 10 calories per tablespoon. ... Read More about My Go-To Healthy Breakfast Ideas for the Busy School Year
This Valentine's Day math cut-and-paste will help your primary students practice counting by ones up to 120. It's great for their fine motor skills to practice cutting! A free Google Slides version of this resource is also included for distance learning or center time. This activity is compatible with the first grade Go Math curriculum, but it can be used with any math program. Click here to ... Read More about Valentine’s Day Cut and Paste: A Valentine’s Day Math Activity
This Groundhog Day: Race to 120 Math Game is a super fun way for your little learners to practice counting by 1s and 10s. Your students will spin a groundhog spinner and then move their counter/cube on the 120 chart. The first person to get to 120 wins! A free Google Slides version of this resource is also included for distance learning or center time. This activity is compatible with the first ... Read More about Groundhog Day: Race to 120 Math Game
Are you looking for a cute, easy, and cheap Valentine for your students? Your kiddos will love getting a special Valentine's Day pencil from you with an adorable Valentine's Day Pencil Topper! Simply print the Valentine's Day Pencil Toppers, laminate, and cut them out. Then, tape a pencil to the back and...voila! You have an affordable Valentine that your little learners will adore. Click here to ... Read More about Valentine’s Day Pencil Toppers Plus a FREE Editable Valentine’s Day Letter for Parents!
This is such a fun activity for any time of year! Santa is on vacation, and your kiddos will enjoy solving math problems about what Santa, the elves, and Mrs. Claus are doing while on vacation! In this cut and paste activity, your students will solve the math problems. Then, they will cut and paste them onto a large piece of construction paper. They will sort them according to the operation they ... Read More about Santa’s Vacation: An Addition and Subtraction Problem Solving Cut and Paste