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Writer’s workshop was a weird time for me at the beginning of my educational career. Writing has always been something that I can do, but not something that I like to do. Once I received an A- on a paper and my professor told me that with some effort, I
When little ones first arrive at school they are bombarded with a lot of new terminology: letters, words, sentences, sounds, syllables, rhymes, etc. As educators, it is our job to provide positive literacy experiences that reinforce what we are introducing them to. One area that I have noticed a struggle with is word
When you say letter recognition, it’s almost synonymous with saying kindergarten! It is one of the pillars of literacy in the primary grades, along with phonological awareness. As this is something that we tend to cover the entire year, it’s always great to take a look at your practice and
The one thing that makes kindergarten work is routines and procedures. I’ve learned over the years that if you have a strong morning routine, the day is just about guaranteed to be a good one. You know what I’m talking about! Have you ever had a day that started