The Instant Shakespeare Insult Kit
Start with "Thou," pick one word from each of the columns, and you are ready with a classic put-down, thou lumpish tickle-brained pignut!
Beyond Flashcards: How to Teach Sight Words Creatively
“Sight words are boring!” They certainly can be… but they don’t have to be. When children are learning to read a huge emphasis is placed on the alphabet – working on l…
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What I'm Loving Wednesday
Hello Wednesday, and Hello Snow Day! (link up here and tell us what you're loving) 1. I'm loving that today is Groundhogs Day and Mr Punxsutawney Phil had predicted an early Spring... I am SO ready for warmer weather.. Thank you sweet groundhog for not searching for your shadow. You realized it wasn't there... and it made me HAPPY! 2. I'm loving the 2 hour text message conversation I had with a dear friend.. using only symbols from this funny little table it was FUN.. and annoying at times…
I try to make learning fun, and words with friends is one of my favorite games! I made this as a center for my kids to play. Integrating spelling and math. Genius.
Kristi Hazelrigg Tweet Reads Bulletin Board
My colleague Kristi Hazelrigg made this Tweet Reads bulletin board for her elementary library. Each bird is tweeting about a children's book, and kids have to guess the book title. Examples: "@petethecat I love my white shoes, too! " and "I know he’s a hero (sort of) but he really should put some pants on!"