Fun End-of-Year Adventure: Kindergarten Field Trip Extravaganza!

Looking for fun end-of-year ideas? Well, hold onto your hats because our kindergarten team cooked up a fantastic final hurrah: a trip to the park packed with five super fun stations—one for each of our five awesome classes! Bright and early one sunny morning, we gathered our little explorers and set off for a nearby [Read On]

Children’s Books about Winter

Looking for books for your Winter thematic unit? These are some of my favorite books for my winter theme in January. Here’s a list of books about Winter Some of the books included are: Snowballs by Lois Ehlert The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats Bear Stays Up by Karma Wilson Froggy Gets Dressed by [Read On]

Free End of Year Poems

Here are some FREE End of Year poems in English and SPANISH. It includes 2 popular end of year poems and a song. There are three versions of “I’ve Been Going to Kindergarten” 1. First one has this line: I’ve been going to KindergartenAll the whole year long! 2. Second one has this line: I’ve [Read On]

Kindergarten Home Learning

Our spring break is over and it is time to get back into learning mode. With so much going on with the coronavirus and school closures, this can be a little difficult. I have created this home learning packet that can be used during distance learning. This packet has three weeks of learning for kindergarten. [Read On]

How to Wash Your Hands

Many children do not realize that they are not washing their hands when they need to do so. They go to the restroom, they touch dirty objects, they cough and sneeze, but sometimes forget to wash their hands. With our current situation with coronavirus, washing our hands is very important to help us stay healthy. [Read On]

Free Alphabet Chart

This is a FREE alphabet chart that you can use at home. The student will name the picture two times and say the beginning sound three times. Do this for each letter. Spanish Alphabet Chart (Los Sonidos Iniciales) Here is a FREE alphabet chart in Spanish for bilingual and dual language learners. The students will [Read On]

Free Websites to Learn from Home

Hi parents. Are you wondering which websites to use at home during distance learning? The good thing is that your child has already been using technology in the classroom every day. The best thing to do is to use the same websites that the classroom teacher has already introduced. This will help students navigate through [Read On]

New Year’s Eve Clock for Kids

Help kids countdown to New Year’s Eve with this simple clock idea. Materials: Paper Plate Brad for arrows Tape Numbers and Arrows Printable Scissors Instructions: Download and print the numbers printable. It includes several pages with different options for you. I chose the small numbers in black and white for this sample. Cut the number [Read On]

Cinco de Mayo Taco Craft

Here’s a fun build-a-taco craft for Cinco de Mayo. Just print on colored paper or let students color them in. I have included eyes for fun but your students can add different mouth expressions. These would look very cute on your bulletin board. You can teach them the Spanish words of each ingredient. Taco is [Read On]

Cinco de Mayo Thematic Reader

We have added easy thematic readers for Cinco de Mayo. Here’s a sample of one booklet. The download includes this featured Cinco de Mayo reader. The other titles included are Piñata Fun and The Mexican Flag. You will also find FREE Spanish copies in this packet. Here’s a video to sample one of the books. Find [Read On]