I've put together a set of four free Thanksgiving Emergent Readers and wanted to share them with you. The mini readers feature a predictable text, which will help make your little learners feel successful. As a bonus, they are great for ... Read More about Free Thanksgiving Emergent Readers
I am not a pie person, but I make an exception when it comes to pumpkin pie. I think it's a Thanksgiving staple, as far as deserts go. There's nothing like a home-made pumpkin pie. If you're celebrating Thanksgiving in your classroom, it's ... Read More about No-Bake Pumpkin Pie in a Cup
It wouldn't be November without some kind of turkey craft, am I right? When kids discover that they can make a turkey by tracing their hand, their minds are blown. And while hand turkeys may be a rite of passage in Kindergarten, today I ... Read More about Turkey Craft for Kids
November is such a fun month in Kindergarten. You've settled into a rhythm, students better understand routines and procedures, and hopefully you're starting to see them master the skills you've been teaching. As an added bonus, we get a ... Read More about November Morning Tubs for Kindergarten
I'm not a pie kind of girl, but I make an exception for pumpkin pie! I only have it once a year, so I really look forward to it at Thanksgiving. My favorite way to eat pumpkin pie is to warm it and put a scoop of vanilla ice cream ... Read More about Kindergarten Thanksgiving Activities: Sight Words, Counting, and More!
Today marks the halfway point in November. I can't believe it! We are entering one of the busiest times of the year. There's so much to be done to prepare for the holidays, both at school and at home. Last week I shared some Thanksgiving ... Read More about Thanksgiving Read Alouds, DIY Crafts, and Activities for Kindergarten