Spring is in the air! With so much going on in our classrooms in the last few months of the school year, it's important to manage your time wisely. Crafts are a powerful learning tool in the kindergarten classroom. Check out these spring craft ideas to see what I mean!
Key Stage 4
When it comes to learning to read, the ultimate goal is reading fluency. Fluency is the ability to read text quickly, accurately and with correct expression. But how do you teach fluency in a fun and engaging way that your students not only love, but understand? Be sure to check out these great ideas for a quick read.
Key Stage 3
Not only that, our young students need to practice subtraction using multiple mathematical strategies so that they have a clear understanding of what this operation is. Subtraction task cards are one of my favorite tools to help students practice multiple strategies in an engaging way.
Key Stage 2
Kindergarten teachers spend most of the year focusing on teaching numbers. This is possibly one of the most important things you will be doing in your class and it can often be a bit difficult to work through the day on top of all the other things. These are some of my favorite ways to learn counting and more!
Key Stage 1
If you have ever tried to teach Kindergarteners how to add and subtract, you already know it can be a bit tricky! Finding activities to engage young learners while practicing math in a fun way isn’t always easy. Not to worry though! If you're looking for a painless way to teach addition and subtraction, math problem cards will be your new best friend!
Early Years Foundation Stage
Valentine's Day is coming before we know it, and one of my favorite things about celebrating the holidays in class is needlework! Not only are these crafts cute, you can also practice your writing and literacy skills. I know you and your kids will love these crafts. I am so excited to share a couple of my favorite adorable Valentine’s Day crafts.