Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Math and reading websites

I had a couple questions about what I used to put their faces through the flower. Here are some of the flowers that I have used. My newest flower I found at the teacher store and I just cut it out. In previous years I just made my own pedals and glued them together. Then I put a craft stick at the end of it. Hope this helps!

I am putting together a list of websites that have reading games and math games for k – 2nd graders. I am making this to give out to my students' parents for the summer. I am looking for your help! Please leave a comment on some of your favorite reading and math websites. I will post it on tpt or on my blog (I am just learning how to post documents on my blog so we will see) and it’s free. I will as well write your name on the final product that teachers download. Thanks for your help let’s keep these kids from falling behind in the summer.


  1. Great idea! and I love the flowers, I'll have to look into that! If not this year, definitely for next!!
    My favorite sites I have linked from my classroom website at http://www.ttsd.k12.or.us/durham-elementary/brittany-mclean

    The list is bigger there, but my top choices are starfall, gameaquarium jr (http://www.gamequarium.com/junior.html) and I Spy (http://www.scholastic.com/ispy/)

  2. My "Bunny Hop" game is free and great for practicing CVC words over the summer!

  3. I like starfall for reading. Also Tumble Books through the Phoenix Public library (it has lots of children's books that are read to you)

  4. For math, we use academicskillbuilders.com

    I just found your cute blog- Love it! :)
    Teaching Happily Ever After