Teaching primary students about fact families can be challenging. It takes a lot of practice for some students to grasp the concept of related facts. This "Related Facts Bingo" game helps make practicing fact families more fun! One way I help my students remember what related facts are is that I tell them to think of related facts as "relatives" or "cousins." They all have the same numbers in ... Read More about Related Facts Bingo: A Fun Way to Practice Fact Families!
We've all been there. You tell your students to take out their homework folder or binder. You ask them to put a paper in a specific folder. Some of your students listen, but others are not paying attention. I started doing what I like to call "Random Checks." Here's how the random checks work. If I give the students a direction, such as, "Please take out your homework folder," I will then say, ... Read More about Teaching Tip Tuesday Series 1: How to Get Students to Follow Directions the First Time
Help your students learn their sight words with this funny game! Primary students will love saying their sight words in different voices. There are two different game boards. A Google Slides version is also included for virtual learning. This game could be played independently, in partners, or as a whole group. You could also call on students individually who would like to show off how good ... Read More about Silly Sight Words Dice Game:
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!