May Fun-Filled Learning!
As we approach the end of the school year, I wanted to make some monthly NO PREP packets that would help keep us on course, review some skills and making
The 20 Most Expensive Beanie Babies in the World
Which are the most expensive beanie babies in the world? Beanie babies! Yup, we’re talking about beanie babies. Now, they might not be everyone’s cup of tea, however, there’s no denying they were a massive thing back in the late ’90s and early 2000s. And now, some of the rarest ones are worth an absolute […]
“Mondays With Michelle Obama,” Story-Times with Penguin Random House and PBS Kids Streaming on YouTube and Facebook, Start Monday, April 20, 12 Noon (ET)
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The Snowy Day Activities
This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. One of my most popular winter pins is the one I found last year on a blog I love to read called katherinemaries.com. It was from a post about ten things to do on a snow day and included this cute
Numbers Turkey Paper Crafts
Free printable templates and instructions for a turkey paper craft that allows children to practice their numbers.
Children's Song: Falling Leaves
Falling LeavesRed, yellow and brownAutumn leaves are falling downRed, yellow and brownFall, fall, fall, fall downian o music: http://www.youtube.com/ianh029l...
Nursery Rhyme Printables
Ten Creative Ways to Share Nursery Rhymes at Story Time
Nursery rhymes are a great way to expose young children to vocabulary, rhythm, and rhyme. (PBS Kids has a great post explaining exactly how and why.) While reading them aloud without any special props is perfectly fine, sometimes it's fun to get a little bit creative. Here are ten unique ways to share nursery rhymes with your story time audiences and/or your own kids at home. The Colorful Itsy-Bitsy Spider The itsy-bitsy spider is usually portrayed as a black or brown spider, but wouldn't it…
parts of the house
ıt's a nice worksheet to revise the rooms and there is/are. Grammar: Prepositions; Vocabulary: Rooms in the house; rooms, in, the, house