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Christmas split pins

Christmas split pins

It's mid November and we're all searching for exciting Christmas crafts to do with our students. One of my all time favorites would have to be some sort of split pin craft. Many people don't quite know what I'm talking about when I mention the word...

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How to draw a Christmas Elf

How to draw a Christmas Elf

  I don't know about you but I feel like it was January the other day and then I blinked and suddenly we're in November. Christmas is obviously not celebrated in the traditional sense here but our Schools normally throw a combined party and...

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Aiding Cambodian Flood victims

Aiding Cambodian Flood victims

  2020 has been a rather difficult year for everyone around the world. Not only have we all had to deal with a pandemic but the constant weather changing brings its own hardships. Cambodia goes through it's yearly Monsoon season, however, the...

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Halloween freebie

Halloween freebie

    I can't believe it's already October. This has certainly been an intense year for everyone but on a positive note, things are improving. We're back at School, which is awesome! It's been 7 months since our kids were at School (we went...

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Halloween Mosaic craft

Halloween Mosaic craft

Oh my word! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE making food mosaics. I will make it work with any theme and boy, does it work. It doesn't matter which grade I have made them with, from K- lower primary but they all ADORE it and are 100% zoned throughout. I am also...

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How to fold a mini book

How to fold a mini book

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX3pskJbWKw&t=14s   If you've been been teaching young learners, then no doubt, you are familiar with all sorts of mini books. We use them for everything from introducing new vocab to reading practice...

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Fine Motor Skills (Part 1)

Fine Motor Skills (Part 1)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-QoEkwRojs   One of my favorite parts of teaching young learners, is looking for and creating resources for developing their fine motor skills. Once again, my dear friend Pinterest comes to my aid with an...

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Letter Recognition

Letter Recognition

Every single reader who lives on this beautiful planet once had to start at the very beginning. I'm assuming not everyone is born fluent in reading and writing. 😉 As Kindergarten teachers will know very well, before a child can begin the steps to...

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Synonym Stations

Synonym Stations

It's always fun exploring new Grammar with my students. This week we focused on Synonyms and I was impressed at how quickly they absorbed the new vocab. As teachers, we always try our best to create interesting and active lessons. We're great at...

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