What do you do with your kiddos during those pesky transition times? Arrival time, transitions between activities, waiting to line up, waiting to use the restroom, waiting to wash their hands. These are the times that can drive a teacher BANANAS!!! Am I right?? That’s exactly why I love, love,
Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year! I love all of the excitement and traditions that go along with it! I also LOVE all of the ways you can get your kiddos engaged in your classroom activities by taking advantage of their excitement for the season. And,
One of my favorite themes of the year is the gingerbread man! I love to read all the different versions of the story! And I love all the different literacy activities that go along with reading all those different versions! But I also LOVE all of the gingerbread math activities
Hopefully by now you’ve seen my Thanksgiving circle time games for letters & sounds, and the ones I have for numbers & counting! So, now we can round out your collection with these fun Thanksgiving-themed games for colors, shapes, and visual discrimination! They are super easy to prep and super
It’s time for another super fun set of Thanksgiving circle time games! This set is all about numbers and counting! (If you missed my Thanksgiving circle time games for letters & sounds, just click HERE to go check them out!) These three games will get your kiddos engaged and excited
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This 5-step planning framework is the backbone of Circle Time Made Simple™ and will change the way you look at your circle time! Learn how I plan and manage my circle time so that I get my students engaged and KEEP them that way!