This is Desmond, my new rescue greyhound! He ran 25 races down in Alabama and now he's retiring in style on my couch. I just love him - he is the sweetest, calmest dog ever. The kitties still don't quite know what to make of him, but they're slowly coming around!
Our summer school "unit"/theme is all about baseball - I love me some baseball! I just uploaded a baseball-themed freebie, working on one- and two-syllable words. More baseball products to come!
(source: Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten)
Such fun ideas for fraction learning! Love that she gives the book recommendation, too.
Such a simple yet concrete way to practice size comparisons! This would be great for my kids.
(source: Mothering With Creativity)
Wouldn't this be such a fun way to practice addition?!
(source: Mrs. Prince and Co.)
I pinned this ages ago and it's definitely on my game-to-create list for this summer.
An activity like this would be perfect for my lower kiddos still working on one-to-one correspondence, counting and numeral recognition.
(source: Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten)
Also something on my to-do list this summer. Good addition to our morning circle.
Cool idea to make coin stampers.
(source: Simply Kinder)
Most of my students do not have the motor skills to write, but poems like these would definitely help with numeral recognition.
(source: Homegrown Learners)
I love Unifix cubes! Good way to use flash cards in a non-flash-cardy way :)
Is it bad form to post a pin from my own blog? I had to include it, though, because it has been one of my lower students' favorite activities I created for math boxes this past year.