Fortunately by Remy Charlip

Fortunately by Remy Charlip This is such a fantastic story to read and use as a starting point for students to create a, “Fortunately, Unfortunately” story of their own. Fortunately by Remy Charlip Fortunately, Ned was invited to a surprise … Continue reading 

FREE Printables for 100s Day

FREE Printables for 100s Day 100s Day is not complete without some fun reflections. I love these printables because they really make the kids think and their ideas are wonderful and, at times, hilarious. These printables are FREE.  See links … Continue reading 

FREE Short Vowel Word Families Flip Books

FREE Short Vowel Word Families Flip Books A gift for you all! 5 FREE Short vowel flip books to go with your spelling and reading programs.  These flip books go especially well with Words Their Ways Letter Name Sorts for … Continue reading 

8+ Ways to Play the I Have… Who Has? Games

8+ Ways to Play the I Have… Who Has? Games   Over the past year or so, I have shared 8+ different I Have. Who Has? Games on BMTM. I have talked about how much my students love them and … Continue reading 

FREE Sight Words: I Have. Who Has? Game

FREE Sight Words: I Have. Who Has? Game   This is my new favorite way to have my students practice their sight words. See the directions below for play. To download the first set of I Have. Who Has? Sight … Continue reading 

Halloween Writing Activities for the Classroom or Homeschool

Halloween Writing Activities There is no doubt about it- Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday and it is not because of the costumes or trick-or-treating. It is about the colors, the season and the fun.  Many teachers are not allowed … Continue reading 

Teacher Mama: FREE Months and Days Signs for the Classroom

FREE Months and Days Signs for the Classroom It’s July and I am already thinking about setting up my classroom for next year. I wish I could just turn it off, but I can’t seem to…. I created these signs … Continue reading