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Easy 4th of July Hat Craft for Kids

How is it possible that the 4th of July is just around the corner? If you’re scrambling like me to add a quick and easy kid’s craft to your family celebration with minimal prep and materials that you probably already have in the house, you’re in luck! This simple patriotic

Easy and Fun Thanksgiving Turkey Dot Marker Art

Thanksgiving is just a few days away and I think we all can agree that this one feels different from any Thanksgiving that any of us can remember. My husband and I are planning to stay home and prepare an intimate family dinner for ourselves and the kids. The stakes

17 St. Patrick’s Day Picture Books for Kids

17 picture books for St. Patrick's Day to read aloud to kids

St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that celebrates the rich culture and traditions of Ireland. One of the best ways to introduce children to this festive occasion is through books. Picture books can provide a fun and interactive way for kids to learn about leprechauns, Irish folklore, and the history

Celebrate the Gospel this Advent with a Box from HelloBible

The Christmas season is upon us and I truly feel as though there is magic in the air. As excitingly wonderful as Christmas trees, Santa and the colorful lights can be, I especially love the quiet, peaceful moments of Advent. Young children are drawn to the story of Mary, Joseph,

Easy Christmas Candle Craft for Kids (Great for Advent Too!)

There’s no time of year quite like the holidays. Especially in a kindergarten classroom. The kids are excited, and we always have so many holiday events at school. On top of all of the special moments, I love doing holiday projects with my students. But I need them to be

Stained Glass Window Craft for Christmas and Advent

four purple tissue paper candles hang in classroom window "advent window decorations"

The season of Advent is probably my favorite time of year in the classroom. I love slowing down with my students to talk about the birth of Jesus Christ and share the true meaning of Christmas. In my kindergarten classroom, we talk about Baby Jesus so much more than we share

Halloween Marshmallow Graphing Freebie and FUN!

Halloween is so much fun when you are a kindergarten student. When you are a Kindergarten TEACHER, however, the holiday can easily become crazy and stressful. So much sugar, so much excitement, so many costumes. The secret to any  successful holiday celebration in the classroom is keeping your students busy. If you can

Easy Lantern Craft for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is coming and I have the perfect, simple craft for your students to make in the classroom in celebration of this annual event: paper lanterns! When I taught first grade, we celebrated Chinese New Year in the classroom and this was one of my favorite crafts to

Interactive Readers for Martin Luther King Day

a page from the MLK interactive reader sitting on student desk with a nicely colored picture and the letters of the word "say" glued down in order to complete the sentence "What would Martin Luther King say?" a glue stick and scissors are placed on top of work

Next week, the nation will celebrate the birthday of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. In addition to reading some of my favorite picture books about the real-life American hero, I will have my students work to complete their own emergent reader about MLK. My Interactive Sight Word Readers have become a weekly

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