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Mini Bubble Bottle Beginning Sounds Center! Posted on 18 Jun 13:39 , 0 comments

An idea for a literacy center that is easy and inexpensive to put together, AND fun for kids, too! Can be adapted for middle or ending sounds, as well!

Tips for Teaching Kids to Write on Lined Paper! Posted on 04 May 08:49 , 0 comments

Here are some great tips to help teach kids to write on lined paper! It's always been one of my LEAST favorite things to do in kinder, but I've gathered some ideas that seem to work well! Continue reading

CVC Pockets: A Great Way to Practice SO MANY SKILLS! Posted on 27 Apr 08:21 , 0 comments

I have been using these CVC Pockets this spring with my students, and I wanted to share with you how this tool can be used to review CVC words (consonant-vowel-consonant words), beginning sounds, middle sounds, ending sounds, sound blending, vowels … Continue reading

Getting Through a Lesson WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONS! Posted on 23 Feb 09:17 , 0 comments

If you are having trouble getting through a lesson without interruptions, then you’ll be happy to hear that this is simply a classroom management skill you can learn by changing just a few things!  It’s actually a collection of teaching … Continue reading

Come to the So Cal Kindergarten Conference! Posted on 19 Jan 09:31 , 0 comments

So Cal Kindergarten Conference!So Cal Kindergarten Conference!  Who’s coming to the Southern California Kindergarten Conference next month??? Who WANTS to go but hasn’t signed up yet?? THERE’S STILL TIME!!! I love this conference and look forward to it every year!!!   My HeidiSongs team will be … Continue reading

Great Whole Group Games – Entry #1 Posted on 04 Jul 15:48 , 0 comments

Great Whole Group Games 1 FBGreat Whole Group Games 1 FB  In this post, I will share with you two of my very favorite whole group games to play with Kindergartners and Pre-Kindergartners:  The Quiet Game and Whole Group Bang!  Both of these are “staples” in my classroom, and absolutely … Continue reading