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ELA for October

Hi Friends,
I'm so excited to share my latest pack with you!
It's one that will make your FALL so much more fun and colorful. This pack ensures that you are teaching important ELA concepts all while teaching your students about fun Fall themes.

Focus Walls

Hello Friends,
Today in second grade, I introduced focus walls to my students!

Don't Bother Me Hat!

Hi friends, 
I hope you are having a fabulous back to school and are starting to get into a routine with your students. As much as I love back to school, I do find the first few weeks difficult to manage and, I do look forward to when the students are clear on expectations and routines. 

One of the things I do to ensure a smooth running classroom is to take my time in September going over routines and structure. If you take your time establishing these important rules, then you'll have a much better year!

One of the many things I teach my students is that they cannot disturb me when I'm working one-on-one or in small groups. I have a visual reminder for them called my "Don't Bother Me Hat!"

FUN "Get to Know You" Games

Hi friends, 
Today in second grade we are going to play some fun "Get to Know You" games. The first week of school is always a little hard and we want our students to feel comfortable and have some fun!

ELA for September

Hi Friends,
I'm so excited to share my latest pack with you!
It's one that will make your Back to School transition a little easier! Your students will be engaged, learn important social skills for the year, and work on important ELA concepts all at once!

Check out my ELA for the month of SEPTEMBER unit!


Everyday Phonics

Hi Friends, 
I'm so excited to tell you all about my phonics routine!

This blogpost and these packs have been in the works for a very long time and I'm so happy to finally be able to share it all with you.


Quoting the Kiddies

Hi friends, 
I thought I'd pass by today to share some funnies the kiddies have said in the last few weeks! There's nothing like hearing a little kid say something completely hilarious to put a smile on a teacher's face!

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