Combining Math and Fine Motor with Shape and Number Dice | Teacher Tuesday

Hey y'all! It's time for another Teacher Tuesday! Today I'd like to share a simple learning activity that combines math and fine motor skills. This quick task is not only wonderful to incorporate into counting and shape units, but it's also great to have handy when you find yourself with some spare time or particularly antsy students. All … Continue reading Combining Math and Fine Motor with Shape and Number Dice | Teacher Tuesday

My Preschool Class Votes for U.S. President | Teacher Tuesday 

Holy crap y'all. It's been a hot minute since I've put up something for Teacher Tuesday, and to tell you the truth, I wasn't really sure if I wanted to write this post. I, like millions of other Americans, was not emotionally prepared for Tuesday's election results, and honestly, I'm still trying to wrap around my mind around everything. … Continue reading My Preschool Class Votes for U.S. President | Teacher Tuesday 

5 Reasons Field Trips Stress Me Out (and 5 Reasons It’s Totally Worth It) 

Hey y'all! It's been a few weeks since I've posted something for Teacher Tuesday. My last one was almost a month ago, and that's way too long for me. To be honest, I've been swamped with progress reports and Parent-Teacher Conferences, so I haven't had much time to really document anything in the classroom. However, this post isn't about the classroom... It's … Continue reading 5 Reasons Field Trips Stress Me Out (and 5 Reasons It’s Totally Worth It) 

Beginning to Journal in Preschool | Teacher Tuesday  

Hey y'all! It's time for yet another Teacher Tuesday! This week, I'm sharing a new project that I started with my class a couple of weeks ago. I thought it would be fun to have my students chronicle their thoughts  and reflections over this semester in journals. They're 4 and 5 and not able to write yet, so … Continue reading Beginning to Journal in Preschool | Teacher Tuesday  

What the World Was Like When My Students Were Born

Hey y’all! For today’s Teacher Tuesday, I wanted to do something a little bit different. Every single day, I look around my classroom and see 16 sweet little faces, and the oldest of these sweet little faces are 5 years old. Which means one thing...none of my students were on the face of this earth before … Continue reading What the World Was Like When My Students Were Born