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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
If I had to pick any month as my favorite, especially for teaching, it would be October! The weather starts to get cooler, pumpkin everything is officially ok, and the leaves begin to change colors! Each unit that I teach in October makes me so happy! I almost wish
September rolls around, and everything is rocking and rolling (well, usually). After spending the start of school diving into print awareness, September means that we begin to put more of those listening comprehension skills into the rotation. I also begin to bring more books in that cover science and social
Technology can be scary to dive into, especially if it’s something that you’re not used to. It doesn’t have to be this way! I used to consider myself a tech guru, but it’s definitely something that if you don’t use it, you lose it! I find myself trying to keep