FREE CVC Word Worksheets!

When students finally get the sense of blending their sounds, they begin reading CVC words. This is so exciting for them. I always make a big deal when they read a new CVC word. I created these CVC word printables for my classroom. The students can color the pictures, cut out the letters on the bottom of the page and glue it to the correct word. I always have them write the word in their neatest handwriting on the right {Read More}

DIY Plastic Easter Egg – Digraph Activity!

I used to love playing with plastic Easter eggs as a child. I instilled one of my childhood passions into my kids. I also love the fact that you can purchase those colorful plastic eggs so cheaply. In fact, I saw them at the dollar store yesterday. They had some really cute ones. The princess is still working on her number recognition during our homeschool days with the plastic Easter eggs I made last week for her. What you Need {Read More}

FREE Dr. Seuss Writing Prompts

These super fun Dr. Seuss writing prompts will get any reluctant writer into the writing mode. The key is to get those reluctant writers sharing their ideas in a funny mannerism. Dr. Seuss is everyones favorite, right? This tactic especially worked for my boys who thought that writing was just plain out torture.  Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2nd and it’s always enjoyable to celebrate. There are so many fun ideas on Pinterest that you could actually make a whole {Read More}

The Ultimate List of Saint Patricks Day Resources and Ideas!

Here are 101+ Saint Patricks Day Resources and ideas that I put together to make this day super FUN for you and your children.  I am Irish, so I take wearing green seriously! Printables: St. Patrick’s Day Letter Tiles St. Patrick’s Day Spelling Test Printables! Learn the Sentence Printables– St. Patrick’s Day Edition! St. Patrick’s Day Lunchbox Jokes St. Patrick’s Day Counting Cards St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Pack St. Patrick’s Day Do a Dot St. Patrick’s Day Addition Worksheets St. Patrick’s {Read More}

FREE Roll the Sight Word Game – Christmas Edition

Learning sight words takes practice and drilling. So why not make if fun for your student this holiday season? I actually created this sight word game for my kindergartener and 2nd grader. They both need some extra practice in this area. My kindergartener is learning to read the sight words, so I just have her roll the dice, and she reads the word. She tallies off the words that she read on the chart. My 2nd grader rolls the dice {Read More}