I'm so excited to share that I've just posted my 100th product on TeachersPayTeachers! Since it's my 100th resource, I decided to make it FREE as a thank you to all of my followers and subscribers. I appreciate you all so much! You are all amazing!!! Teaching young learners about related facts can sometimes be a challenge. In this tactile winter math activity, primary students can manipulate ... Read More about I Just Posted My 100th Product on TeachersPayTeachers…and It’s FREE!
Ever year, we make chocolate covered strawberries on Valentine's Day. It's a fun tradition, and it's much more affordable than buying your own chocolate covered strawberries. If you would like to make your own chocolate covered strawberries, all you need are chocolate chips and strawberries. It's super easy! You can use milk chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, or white chocolate. First, clean ... Read More about Our Valentine’s Day Tradition: Making Chocolate Covered Strawberries…YUM!
In this fun activity, primary students will have fun "playing" with penguins in order to solve addition and subtraction word problems. A bonus page is included for gifted and advanced learners. This activity is compatible with the first grade Go Math program (Lesson 5.1), but it can be used with any math curriculum. A Google Slides version is included for virtual learning or center time. Click on ... Read More about FREE! PROBLEM SOLVING WITH PENGUINS: A PLAYFUL APPROACH TO MATH WORD PROBLEMS
Teaching little learners how to count back using a number line can be challenging. This hands-on activity makes teaching subtraction by counting back fun! Primary students will cut and color a little froggy and use the froggy to "jump" on the number line (the numbered lily pads)! A bonus page is included for gifted and advanced learners. A Google Slides version is also included for virtual ... Read More about FROGGY FUN: TEACHING LITTLE LEARNERS HOW TO SUBTRACT USING A NUMBER LINE
I created this sight words dice game to engage my students. I wanted to make learning high frequency words more fun. My students love this activity. I play it with them during in-person teaching as well as virtually. When we play it in-person, I have them use their whiteboards and markers to write the words. First, I write the sight word on the board. Then, I roll the dice. I have them all write ... Read More about Free Sight Words Dice Game: Teaching High Frequency Words in a Fun Way