Hi, Nia here. A little about me. I'm an elementary teacher living and teaching in Texas. I love all things creative. One of my favorite things to do is write, so I write. I also love to draw and illustrate. Blogging intrigues me and I have fun at it. I wanted to do something related to my profession but also include my hobbies. I hope you get enjoyment or usefulness from my blogs. Thanks for checking out my blog!
Practice character and setting knowledge with this folder game. The student must match the picture cards to the correct category. This game is geared toward 1st and 2nd grade students. Character and Setting (pdf)
Practice colors in a crunchy and delicious way. The Cookie Colors game is aimed at preschool and Kindergarteners learning colors and color words. This is a welcome additon to learning centers for reinforcement.
I happened upon this great game created by Mama Jenn. In her post she tells you how to create your own Ladybug addition folder game. The directions are simple and easy to understand. This is a very cute game your sure to enjoy!
This game provides a practice forstudents learning patterns with an artistic touch. Learners must finish the pattern with the correct crayon color. This game is geared toward the Preschool and Kindergarten level.
The Animal Sorting game is great for students learning how to classify and group objects. Students must group each animal as either a pet or wild animal. This is a great game for a science center or take it to your seat activity.