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Reading

Do you teach young readers? Here you will find tips, ideas, and resources for teaching the alphabet, phonics, and sight words.  And . . . find book suggestions for a variety of themes and holidays.

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Used Book Sales: Such a Treasure!

I’ll let you in on my little secret for finding great book bargains: USED BOOK SALES. You’ve probably heard about them or seen flyers at your local library for their annual book sale, but may not have paid any attention. It’s time to start paying attention. Children’s books are SO

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Create Your Own Audio Recordings

Now that you know about my use of mp3 players in the classroom, let me fill you in on my favorite way to add to my audiobook collection. I obtain audio recordings for my mp3 players from several locations. Some come from storybook CDs I already own, others have been

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Fruity Fun with Color Words

I was still feeling lots of love for color words and had some adorable art from Scrappin Doodles that went perfectly with a color word unit. I created a brand new “Fruity Colors” activity booklet and poster set for color words. This set has a healthy eating theme. I really

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Kinesthetic & Auditory Learning Fun With Color Words

Thank goodness for Dr. Jean! Her songs are so catchy, it’s impossible for my kiddos NOT to learn something new. I particularly love the song “Color Farm” on Dr. Jean’s Sing to Learn album. Well, personally I don’t love it because I can never quite get the song out of

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Free I See the Farm Sight Word Reader

Download a FREE copy of “I See the Farm” Sight Word Reader and make learning sight words fun and interactive for your students.

Hi, I'm Maria.

After years of teaching kindergarten, I now focus on helping teachers and I’m here to make your job easier.  When I’m not doing that you will find me playing with my kids, hanging with the hubby, or occasionally enjoying a little “me” time with an at-home manicure and a vanilla latte. Want to learn more? Check out my story below.  I’m sure we have a lot in common! 

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