Hi, I’ Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!
Help your early readers develop their phonemic awareness skills with this set of CVC phoneme segmentation activities!
I LOVE this!!! My classroom theme started off as just "Bright and colorful" but then seemed to morph into owls and polka dots (which for some reason I have just fallen in love with this year) I already made some of my own stuff but you just saved me the trouble of re-doing my word wall letters and some others!
A-dorable. Those little owls are darling and I love the color scheme.
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Your editable editable editble edtble edtbl (impossible to do 5 times!!!) theme set is just gorgeous. You are going to have one super classroom when you are back up on two feet…
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Oh my gosh! All of that is overwhelmingly cute! I said "editable" 5 times fast in my mind…does that count? lol What program do you use to make all that cute stuff? I haven't been in a classroom since I had my first child 4 years ago, but work with her at home quite a bit. Sometimes I really miss teaching. Then I remember that I don't have to get up before dawn, and I forget all that! lol But maybe when she's 5 and goes to Kindergarten, I'll go back. 🙂 I just followed…and I look forward to reading more!
I love it! So very cute! I have one question though… Are the Word Wall letters also "editable?" I teach in a bilingual Spanish classroom, so I would need to add a few letters.
Thanks Anonymous! The word wall letters are one of the only pieces that are not editable but I could prob add the letters you need to the set if you let me know what they are. If you'd like me to do this please shoot me an e-mail.
Just wanted to say thank you for the inspiration! I am a mom of 3 who teaches 3rd grade. I have enjoyed being home with my children so much this summer and was dreading returning to work. I had already decided to use owls as my theme for this year and now that I have found your creations I am finally excited about being in my classroom again. I know it seems silly, but these are the types of things we teachers count on to keep us going, right? So thanks again! I am looking forward to going into my classroom to set-up tomorrow!
Sooo cute! One of my favorite times if the school year is decorating before school starts. I was thinking of jumping on the chevron bandwagon, but looking at your brightly colored owls makes me want to reconsider.