Math Fact Practice at Home Once again it has been an awfully long time since I posted. So much has happened since my last post and well, COVID, didn’t help. I am hoping to be back on the posting track … Continue reading
One Little Bag: An Amazing Journey
One Little Bag: An Amazing Journey It has been AGES since I’ve written a post for Boy Mama Teacher Mama. Life this year was a bit hectic. Summer is finally here and I have a bit more time AND an … Continue reading
Facts to 10: A Dog Named Ten
Facts to 10: A Dog Named Ten Okay, I have fallen in love– with a video. We just started talking about facts to 10 in our first grade class and when searching for a good video to help my students, I … Continue reading
What Should My Teacher Be For Halloween?
What Should My Teacher Be For Halloween? What should my teacher for a Halloween??? I love this idea! I had never seen it before this year when my teaching partner introduced me to it. I asked my students to think … Continue reading
Using Microsoft Teams for Distance Learning
Using Microsoft Teams for Distance Learning We are in the midst of a new and unusual time in life. Some things are paused while others continue on as usual–or not at usual. School is not “as usual” right now. … Continue reading
Covid in the Classroom Safety Posters
COVID in the Classroom Safety Posters It’s on my mind already! We JUST finished up the school year and I am already thinking about how I am going to prepare my classes and teach in the fall with all the … Continue reading
Books about Glasses and Craft
Books about Glasses and Craft One of my students got glasses this week. It brought back so many memories of when I got glasses when in 5th Grade. My student came in nervous about what his classmates would think of … Continue reading
My Perfect Pumpkin Writing Activity and Stumpkin!
My Perfect Pumpkin Writing and Stumpkin It’s that time of year again- pumpkin time! Pumpkins are everywhere, Halloween is right around the corner and I am excited to share my PERFECT PUMPKIN writing activity with you all. Literature Link I found … Continue reading
Scarecrow Crunch Recipe and Graphing Activity
Scarecrow Crunch and Graphing Activity I continue to love reading scarecrow stories in the fall and doing activities to go with them. I discovered a few new scarecrow stories since my post Scarecrow Stories. I also created some new activities … Continue reading
Flashlight! by Lizi Boyd
FLASHLIGHT by Lizi Boyd I LOVE this book! I bought it a few years ago for an electricity unit we were doing, but never actually got to use it. This week, however, I had half my class out with illnesses … Continue reading
Where Will You Hide Your Pot O’ Gold?
Where Will You Hide Your Pot O’ Gold? What child doesn’t dream of finding the leprechaun’s pot o’ gold? But where to hide that pot o’ gold, is the big question on St. Patrick’s Day. In this activity, students get … Continue reading
If I Had a Reindeer Writing Activity
If I Had a Reindeer Writing Activity We had so much fun with this If I Had a Reindeer Writing Activity! The kids loved it and were so proud of their writing when it was done. Before beginning, we read … Continue reading