Friday, 5 February 2016

Animal Research Mini Book

This is a mini book that serves as a template for any animal research for young researchers, kindergarten to grade 2. I included pages with headings and lines along with a blank page for drawings.
This mini book template is formatted as 2 mini books per print. I also included both a colored and a black and white cover pages. 




The pages are not numbered so that you create your own set. To create this mini book simply select the pages that you want included then print. Guide your students into completing each page that you included. At the end of this exercise you can staple all the pages together to form multiple mini books for each animal that you choose. In the end your students will have a keepsake as well as a great little mini book that they created themselves.


If you are interested in this fantastic resource click the link below:

Animal Research Mini Book for Kindergarten to Grade Two



Sunday, 17 January 2016

Clean Desk Fairies


Picture Courtesy Amazon
I found this great book that can help your students organize their desks and work area. 'The Desk Fairy' is written by Connie Schnoes and illustrated by her daughter Paige Schnoes. This book is a fun way of introducing the idea of clean desks in your classroom. I created a set of cutesy desk fairy notes and coupons for your students. I have a variety of fairies which can be used as gentle reminders and rewards for keeping a clean scene! :)



Click the picture above to be taken to the Clean Desk Fairies.



Friday, 1 January 2016

Happy New Year 2016 and a FREEBIE!


A New Year!
by William Arthur Ward

This bright new year is given to me
To live each day with zest
To daily grow and try to be 
My highest and my best!







HERE'S A FREEBIE!
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Friday, 18 December 2015

Needs and Wants



What does Santa need to survive in the North Pole? What does he want but can do without there? Let your kiddos decide using this fantastic set of printables!

This is a two-poster set that explains needs and wants to your little ones. I include varying versions of a printable sheet that your students can list or draw Santa's needs and wants.

This product does NOT contain any picture sorting activities.



Click HERE to go to this resource at Teachers Pay Teachers!

Sunday, 8 November 2015

Teaching Phonics Sounds

Teaching every aspect of our language is made easy with the right tools. As an elementary teacher there is always some intrigue when I hear about students who cannot read because of one reason or another. I love teaching but more specifically, I love to get my kids excited and motivated to become independent readers.
It's been a while since my last post in July. I have added lots of resources to my store of late but here are the most recent ones for purchase. Click on the pictures to be taken to my TPT store.






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