Equivalent Fraction Dominoes

*This post contains affiliated links   Learning through games rocks, and I’m finding that this is how my four year old learns the best. It amazes me what he can do in a game, that he “can’t” do when it isn’t a game.  This game...

This post contains affiliated links. Here I sit on the couch, loving my kiddos snuggled up next to me, and reading a book of their choice. I think they are totally engaged and following the allowing with the story, and then I fill the wiggle....

Free Word Family Cards for -erry, -eir, and -air.

*This post contains affiliated links I’m so excited to offer you another free printable to work on phonics skills. Though I love creating math activities, I must admit I’m having lots of fun with the word study and phonics. This week I will be working...

Here Are Free Monster Logic Problems To Get Your Students Thinking

Has the dreaded look appeared? It can manifests itself in many ways. The wild look, accompanied by limbs that can not stay still. The dazed look on a child that has entered a world far away. Or the look of wonder, and whatever is fascinating (normally...

Monster Cookie Tray Number Activities with FREE printable

*This post contains affiliated links I found these adorable monsters clip art, and just couldn’t help but create some learning printables with them. I started off making some my little twins would enjoy, and tomorrow I will share some logic problem solving I made for...

Three Short E Activities to Practice -ed, -est, -et, and -en Word Families

Looking for some short e activities. Check out some of these ideas!! *This post contains affiliate links There is something incredible about watching a young child look at a word and be able to read it. Some little ones just pick it up and figure...

Teaching Fractions and FREE Fraction Clip Cards

*This post contains affiliated links   This week I’ve been working on another set of clip cards. These are always a big hit in our home, and since we are about finished with introducing fractions unit, it is a great “assessment”. I definitely would not use...

An Invitation to Create A Fraction Craft – Based on Book Full House

Read the book Full House with your children, and then invite them to make a fraction craft. It is a fun, hands-on way to introduce fractions.   This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you,...