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 Homophone Worksheets| Grades 3-6

Homophones can be tricky to teach to your students. I found that it’s just best to have the students memorize the common homophones. I have introduced a homophone of the week to my class and have made a simple homophone memory game with index cards for student centers.  Take a Peek at the FREE Homophone Worksheets Two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning or spelling or both (e.g. bare and bear). Typically, you {Read More}

FREE Columns Using Word 2003 and 2007 Lessons – FREE for a Limited Time

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FREE Reading Genre Posters for Classroom and Homeschool Library

Being a reading teacher, teaching the different genres is required according to the state standards. However, it’s one of my favorite subject to teach to my students.  Reading Genre Posters are one way to introduce the different reading genres to your students. I like to pick one reading genre per week and concentrate on reading and sharing the specific genre with the class. I have students pick a book or article that interests them within that genre either in the {Read More}

FREE Punctuation Worksheets – Summer Edition

It’s always a good idea to find free punctuation worksheets on the Internet for your children to review over the summer. I like my children to read and do a couple of punctuation exercises as a review weekly. It’s nothing terrible for them, but to just hold them accountable.  There are a total of 3 free punctuation worksheets in this pack. My daughter colored the pictures, too. Take a peek! Find out how I keep my kids learning over the {Read More}