I have been using these mini sight word books to teach and review sight words in my Prep classroom these last few years. They love colouring in the pictures, cutting out the pages and stapling them together to make their very own predictable sight word books. We would often put these books in their Book
I must apologise in advance – I have been missing in action for almost an entire month! However, there has been a pretty good reason for my absence….
Last term we learnt all about the weather! It was such a fun unit and the kids learnt so much. During the last two weeks, we did a little bit of work on the seasons. It seemed to be a tricky concept to teach in just two weeks but after we finger painted these beautiful
Today I would like to share a little rhyming activity that I prepared for my class before the holidays. We were winding up our unit on rhyming so I wanted to a fun activity to finish the unit off with! My kids have always loved Write the Room activities so I made some flashcards and
Today I am linking up with Paula over at Paula’s Place to share a beautiful book that I found over the weekend and read to my kiddies during our last week of term.
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