If you own our clever Gingerbread Man Activity (Life Cycle and Writing) pack from our Teachers Pay Teachers store, you are in for a sweet upgrade! We’ve added more than 35 pages of activities to help your literacy units this December. This interactive and flippable Gingerbread Activity now includes: a labeling activity (differentiated for […]
Move over candles, coffee mugs, and scented lotions: here’s what teachers really want for the holidays, aside from a beach vacation after surviving the first semester of school. Most teachers secretly want gift cards to stores they frequent to buy things for their classes: Dollar Tree, Target, and most of all TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS. Most […]
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The poem of the week format has been a critical component of my literacy instruction in the primary grades. I am able to cover a wide range of needed comprehension skills without a heavy amount of text. Poetry is easier to differentiate for special needs and ELL learners than a word-intensive picture book or novel […]
The winter season is just a few weeks away, which means it’s an ideal time to beginning planning your literacy centers and curriculum to match the seasonal fun. What better way to bring excitement to the longest season of the year, WINTER, than poetry! I’ve used the poem of the week format in my K-2 […]