Best Read Alouds for March
March is a great time to start getting outside and enjoying the warmer weather! It's also a great time to get into some fun read-alouds. Check out this list of our favorite reads for the month. We've got you covered in everything from springtime to tales of insects!
A Valentine Literacy & Math Activity
Building Hearts is an easy to prep activity that is great for the month of February. It includes literacy and math practice for the primary classroom! This activity can be used for a craft, center activity, early finisher work, or as an alternative to morning work.
Everything Spring - Kindergarten Interactive Read Aloud: The Literacy Diner
Create engaged learners with this spring themed read aloud book companion. Introduce problem and solution with the Everything Spring read aloud.We have created this low prep read aloud activity for you to save time each week! Print your book's lesson plans, anchor chart headers, anchor chart pieces, student literacy response sheets and your skill assessment in a snap.
Subitize for Number Sense (February) | Subitizing for Kindergarten
Subitizing is one of the building blocks of number sense. It means being able to see a quantity of items, and instantly knowing how many. Recognizing quantities without having to count is a great foundation to building number sense. When students have number sense, they understand how numbers work, the relationships between them, and are able to use the numbers in real-world situations.
Black History in the Primary Classroom
Black History for the Primary Classroom is a great way to introduce primary students to the contributions of African-Americans in our world, and important times such as The Underground Railroad and The Civil Rights Movement. It is a great way to share with students that they are perfect and unique, no matter the color of their skin, or the texture of their hair. It's also a great way to teach about how important it is to stand up for what is right.