I LOVE helping teachers save time, stay inspired and give EVERY student bigger results. And motivating, hands-on printable games do just that. They’re easy for teachers and fun for kids!

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I hope they add more joy and more teaching wins to your school days.

 

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How to Teach ED

How to Teach ED

Have you ever noticed that when ED is added to the end of a word, it can sound like /ed/, /d/ or even /t/? When we teach ED, it's important that we introduce students to all three sounds (and explain the difference!) so they always know how to read and spell them....

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Playful Contraction Centers

Playful Contraction Centers

If you're teaching contractions like CAN'T, SHE'LL and I'VE, this bundle is a must grab. The playful contraction centers make it fun to practice and they're flexible enough to use for one-on-one instruction, small groups, literacy centers and even whole group lessons....

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Vowel Team Centers

Vowel Team Centers

If you're on the hunt for motivating vowel team activities your students will actually ASK to repeat, this mega pack is a must-grab! All 14 centers and 9 memorable posters make it fun to practice nine of the most common vowel teams: -AI, -AY, -EA, -EE, -IE, -OA, -OE,...

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Reading Bingo

Reading Bingo

If you need a simple way to motivate your students to read at home, this reading BINGO sheet is a must-grab! Kids will have so much fun trying to cross off all of the challenges that they won't even realize that they're reading! (I love sneaky learning, don't you?!)...

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10 Ways to Help Struggling Readers

10 Ways to Help Struggling Readers

This list of 10 ways to help struggling readers is a great one to bookmark or pin so you can quickly find it again! Since every child's brain is different, every solution can be slightly different too. Having this list handy will make it easier to find a just right...

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Free Reading Assessment

Free Reading Assessment

An important first step in teaching kids how to read is figuring out what they already know. This simple reading assessment makes it easy to see the letter names, sounds and sight words students have mastered so that you can determine what to teach next. It's the...

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Two Kinds of Readers

Two Kinds of Readers

Did you know that there are two kinds of readers sitting in your classroom right now? It's true! And if you've ever felt unsure about how to help a struggling reader, than you'll want to stick around, because knowing how to spot each type will help you get bigger,...

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Texting Templates

Texting Templates

My first graders are obsessed with anything technology related, so they were thrilled when I pulled out these texting templates to work on writing conversations.  This texting activity was a fun use of "technology" in the classroom! This post contains Amazon affiliate...

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Camping Themed Story Stones

Camping Themed Story Stones

Whether you're brand new to story stones or you're an absolute pro, this camping themed variety is a must-try. The colorful art project doubles as an inspiring way to get kids writing! Check out the step-by-step below and then download the writing center starter kit...

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Hi, I’m Malia.

I LOVE helping Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade teachers save time, stay inspired and give EVERY student bigger results. I’m so glad you’re here!