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# I Love School

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Activities to Practice Counting Coins 4 comments Freebies, math, math games, Money Money is one of my favorite math topics. Maybe it's because it lends itself so easily to hands-on learning. In second grade, most of the money activities we do are centered around counting combinations of coins. Rather than spend a few weeks covering this skill and then moving on, I make a point of revisiting it as often as I possibly can throughout the school year. Here are a few of my go to activities. Be…

This eye-catching types of fractions poster will help your upper elementary math class learn the different types of fractions and will look BEAUTIFUL on your bulletin board!

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Hello teacher friends! I'm so excited you're joining me today for this post! I'm excited to show you all how easy and cost effective it is to make your own teacher planner or binder at home!! You...

Here are some tips and strategies on how to teach reading fluency in either your homeschool or in your classroom literacy centers.

Orthographic mapping is the process of connecting pronunciation of a word with letter sequences to permanently store words into long term memory.

Target IEP goals with custom made Boom Learning activities. You can create the activities for specific student's needs and goals.

Reveals enhancements to decoding & phonics instruction based on modern research in orthographic mapping and phonemic awareness esp. Stanovich & Share's work

Substitute Binder for Special EducationThis binder includes a PDF Version of the binder as well as a editable version in PowerPoint. In PowerPoint you can type directly into the slides with your personal information for your classroom. The fonts are embedded so you can use the same fonts as the PDF ...

Every word has three forms – its sounds (phonemes), its orthography (spelling), and its meaning. Orthographic mapping is the process that all successful readers use to become fluent readers. Through orthographic mapping, students use the oral language processing part of their brain to map (connect) the sounds of words they already know (the phonemes) to the letters in a word (the spellings). They then permanently store the connected sounds and letters of words (along with their meaning) as…

UPDATE 7/16/2021 - Now includes sizes to fit the Iris Toolbox from Amazon and Michael'sIf you've gotten this far, you too must be obsessed with Rae Dunn as many of us are in the teacher world! My collection and love of Rae Dunn mugs and EVERYTHING else Rae Dunn has inspired me to create these beauti...

Many parents are willing to help their child become better readers but they aren't sure how. Most parents rely on saying, "Sound it out," or simply correcting the word for the student. One parent said to me, "I didn't go to school for this like you did. I don't even know what you mean by decoding." ...

This post is long overdue! It's been brewing for a while. :) Phonemic awareness is a huge part of my kindergarten curriculum. I wanted to s...

These labels were designed to fit on the 10 drawer rolling cart that is shown in the preview. They measure approximately 2.5 in H X 9.5 in W, which allows it to fit on all brands of this rolling cart. Use them to label your drawers for days of the week, months of the year, daily materials, worksheet...

Hello! I have so many blog posts that that are half done so my goal this summer is to get them all finished to share with you all! This f...