Spring is here finally and I'm here to share some of my favorite fonts inspired by this beautiful time of the year. Whether it's raining, cloudy, or the sun is shining, you'll love these fun and funky fonts perfect for any spring themed projects you are going to be working on. All of these fonts are free for
Each year, as a child, I would spend time at the Earth Day fair in my hometown. This helped build a love for the Earth and celebrating Earth Day. There was something about going to the fairs and learning about how to save the earth, how to plant and care for certain plants, how to save water by preserving it.
Those lucky little leprechauns will be coming around in a few short days! How do you celebrate in your classroom? My ELL students were given a choice this time around: Narrative or Informational. They decided they wanted to work on informational writing and so I began to prep for their Leprechaun learning
Groundhogs Day is right around the corner, and I just began to think of all the ways we could write about them in my ELL classroom. With a variety of levels, languages, and grade levels, I wanted to come up with a couple of different ways my students can write and learn about groundhogs while using my newest
In the midst of all our test prep, I decided my kids need an afternoon of art. I'm a huge component of watercolor in the classroom so I decided these 3-D flowers were a great idea. It's easy to set up, beautiful and best of all, EASY to clean! All you need for this project is 3 sheets of white paper per