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Spelling Posters - Y as Long I and Y as Long E Posters

  Help your students remember the Long vowel sounds for Y (long I and long E) with these posters. These bright and colourful posters are clear and simple reminders making them the perfect resource to have on your classroom wall for students to refer to during their writing sessions. Included also are a black and white version plus a mini-version of each poster for students to keep in their notebooks or writing folders. Click HERE for further details
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  Attention teachers! It's time to get your wallets ready, as we have some amazing deals and discounts to offer you. Our massive sale event is here, and you won't want to miss out on the chance to save big on high-quality products. With a wide selection of printables and clipart you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for at a price that won't break the bank. Don't wait, start shopping now! This sale is only for a limited time, so take advantage of the amazing deals while they last. Happy shopping! Click here for my Etsy store sale!

The Pros and Cons of Using Technology in the Classroom

  Technology has become an integral part of our daily lives, and it is no different in today's classroom. For me, the integration of technology in education has brought about many benefits for both me and my students, but it also has its many drawbacks also. In this blog post, I will explore some of the pros and cons of technology in the classroom. Pros: Personalization : Technology allows teachers to personalize instruction and create individualized lesson plans and assessments that cater to each student's learning style and pace. This ensures that students are getting the most out of their education. I have seen the faces of many of my students light up as they see their names on digital display. Their attention is drawn instantly and they keep engaged for a long time. Collaboration : Technology allows for easy collaboration and communication between students, teachers, and even other classrooms around the world. This enhances the le

Using Visual Posters to Help Students with Letter Reversal and Letter Confusion

Letter reversal and letter confusion are common challenges that students face when learning to read and write. These issues can be frustrating for both students and teachers, and can make it difficult for students to make progress in their reading and writing skills. However, using visual posters can be an effective way to help students overcome these challenges.   Visual posters are a great tool for helping students with letter reversal and letter confusion because they provide a clear and visual representation of the letters. This can be especially helpful for students who are visual learners , as they can see the letter and its shape clearly. Additionally, visual posters can be used as a reference for students as they practice writing the letters.   One way to use visual posters in the classroom is to create a wall of letters . This can be done by printing out large letters and posting them on a wall or bulletin board. This can be a great way to help students identify letter

Unleash Your Imagination: Creative Writing Sentence Builders for Elementary Students

  What are the 5 W's and 1 H? They are the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of reading comprehension and writing. In this resource your kiddos will use this strategy to help them to write more details, thus expanding sentences in writing. I included the following printables: 6 posters 1 planning sheet formatted in color and black n white A suggested simple sentence list 6 5 W's +1 H word cards 50 writing cards for your students to practice. Simply print and laminate the bordered cards for students to write on with dry erase markers. The borderless cards may be given to students as worksheets for independent work. Buy Now Your kids will enjoy this set!!

Place Value Base Ten Boom Cards

  Looking for place value (base ten) practice? This set includes 18 BOOM Cards for your students to practice 2 digit numbers 11 to 29. Students use their knowledge of place value to model two digit numbers. They will drag the correct number of manipulatives to model each number shown. Click here for more details!

How To Teach Creative Writing To Young Children

Teaching children to write creatively is not something that you can complete at any one particular grade level. It involves a series of planned situations and activities that gradually lead to independent writing. From as early as preschool a child's writing begins to take shape as he learns to interpret print. As he grows his understanding of that print is translated into a greater command of the language. Essentially, as he progresses through the grade levels his writing unfolds as a more personal stamp. As a teacher my goal is to d evelop the writing skills  of my students. This means that I must slowly direct each child to writing independently. To do so I must model good writing, write with them collaboratively, guide their efforts and allow them to work on their own. These stages are summed up under the following headings: Modeled Writing Shared Writing Guided Writing Independent Writing 1. Modeled Writing In this initial step I must