We’ve been studying maps. It sounds kinda boring doesn’t it? LOL…I thought so too until I started planning our activities. It turns out that this is now one of my favorite topics to teach. There’s just so many really cool activities you can do with maps. Since we had planned to take a trip over […]
Hi y’all! I want to talk about something all Americans should be familiar with: The Constitution. Sadly, not everyone is. That’s why I think it is important to introduce the Constitution early on, even if it is a difficult topic for younger kids. Plus, most teachers are required to teach a lesson on it for […]
So, December was pretty much a wash around here. I ended up spending a good portion of the moth sick with pneumonia. Yuck! Thankfully, I am finally feeling better, just in time for the start of 2016 and for the January Sharing Sunday linky from all of the authors over at The Primary Peach. We’re reaching out to […]
Have you ever tried salt dough? It’s a fabulous material for creating projects with kids. It’s cheap, quick to make, and can be used in many different ways. It’s also safe for young children who still taste things. I love that!
How is that every single Friday I wonder where the week went? Please tell me that I am not the only one. Anyway, somehow it’s time for a Five for Friday post again. Check out some of the awesome hands on experiences we’ve had recently and grab a St. Patrick’s Day freebie too.
So, here you go. These are some of the things we’ve been up to lately.