Some people shop for shoes. Some people love purses. I couldn’t care less about either of those, but when it comes to holiday books, I’m a junkie! Christmas books are my drug of choice, but I’ll take a hit off a St. Patrick’s Day book or back-to-school book (or Groundhog’s
Category: 1st Grade
The 1st Grade Morning Messages are finally DONE! Want to know more about how the morning messages came to be? Read this post about the 2nd grade version. To help with organization we assigned each day a theme: Math Monday, New Term (vocabulary) Tuesday, Word Power Wednesday, Think About it Thursday,
If you want to know more about our philosophy on homework and see why this packet is only 100 pages, read this post about our 2nd grade homework. It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! It’s done! There were some dark moments there.
We recently shared a cumulative math review activity that Heidi made and used with her 2nd grade class. The kids LOVED it! So we made a language arts version for 1st grade. (2nd grade language arts review IS COMING, but I was already in 1st grade mode so it was
The title of this product is a little confusing. We started with the end! We don’t have the first 100 pages of the 1st grade homework finished yet. But we thought it would be helpful to make the planned add-on pack first so it can be used for the end
Looking for 2nd grade morning work? See it here. At last we are finally able to reveal our First Grade Morning Workbook! It’s definitely been a labor of love (and when Word freaked out because of all the graphics there were moments of less love), but we are so pleased
Heidi says: We were cutting a lot of papers for math the other day which, inevitably, left a blanket of confetti on the floor. It’s those moment when I’d like to kiss the person that invented “secret scrap.” I do it a little differently than Emily, so I’ll let her