FREE Valentine’s Day Center Activity

When I homeschooled my children, I was a big advocate of copywork. Since becoming a public school teacher, I’ve taking some of my favorite teaching methods and turned them into centers or station activities. Here’s a Valentine’s Day Center Activity that my kids adore. It keeps them busy. Here’s how Find the Word Around the Room Center activity Works Print multiple copies of the Valentine’s Around the Room page for all students. Print (1) copy of the word cards, cut {Read More}

FREE Trolls Handwriting Printable Set – Print and Cursive Edition

My children are still practicing their manuscript and cursive letter formation, so I decided to make them these FUN Trolls Handwriting Printable Sets. They loved the movie over the holidays. In fact, I thought it was awesome, too. It has a sweet message. There are 104 pages worth of handwriting practice for your student. Two pages for each letter in print and cursive. Your child will have mastered all 26 letter formation in print and cursive when he has completed this Troll handwriting printable pack. Take a peek    Be {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}

FREE Fun with Words – Christmas Edition

I remember as a child, we always liked to bring activity books to school, road trips, or to family gatherings especially during the holidays. I was especially fond of finding words within a phrase. My sister and I used to see who could get the most words within a given time frame. I decided to create a few fun with word activity printables for my gang. They are perfect for all ages that are currently reading. My children like to {Read More}

FREE Reading Homework Summary Printables

Now that I am a teacher and my children attend the public schools, I feel a need to keep up with my children’s and student’s daily reading.   I pass out a new sheet each week on Monday to each student. I usually just have the students turn them in on Monday morning from the previous week. I either give a check or a minus depending on completeness. Take a peek! I created this printable set for my email subscribers. {Read More}