Designing Blended Learning Experiences for Math Routines

As teachers of young children, we know that the stages of development are critical as we establish a foundation for mathematical thinking. Children must pass through concrete and pictorial stages Continue Reading →

Supporting Families with Remote Learning

Getting ready for learning at home with little ones means more than charging your computer. While screen time may be a necessary part of communicating and documenting learning experiences, hands-on Continue Reading →

Meaningful Tech Integration for Littles: Google Login and Literacy

Empowering Kids to Login – From Anywhere As we are thinking about the upcoming school year we know rituals, lessons, activities, support tools, etc will need to be redefined to Continue Reading →

Jessica’s Google Meets With Littles: Sharing a Calendar and Topics

This is post one of the Google Meets With Littles series The Purpose of My Google Meets As primary teachers continue to explore options for balancing instruction for young children Continue Reading →

Learning Through Digital Adventures

As teachers, we are constantly nurturing the connections children make between learning in the classroom, and the real world.  We turn to a variety of resources and experiences to broaden Continue Reading →

YES! You Can Play With Our Resources!

We are teachers on the frontlines with you. Teaching is too much to take on alone, whether it is IN the classroom or teaching remotely, so why not share our Continue Reading →

Communicating with Anchor Charts

Many teachers turn to anchor charts in a variety of ways to communicate information with their students. Anchor charts are a helpful tool to concisely organize information and provide visuals Continue Reading →

Communicating with Play Boards

Many primary educators enjoy facilitating hands-on activities via centers in the classroom. This post is being written as many of us are teaching from home, but that doesn’t mean that Continue Reading →

Number Stories

Development of mathematical thinking in young children happens in three important stages: concrete, pictorial, abstract. In order to develop a firm foundation in mathematics, children must have the opportunity to Continue Reading →

Character Studies

As we nurture emergent readers and writers we take time explore the craft of the author and illustrator, and the role of each in telling a story. During this three Continue Reading →