Spring Teaching Ideas

Ah, Spring!  It’s in in the air.  Looking for some fun Spring Teaching Ideas?
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Fun Spring Teaching Ideas to keep your students engaged this Spring!  Fun Spring Quote!
I don’t know about you, but my students are READY for Spring!  There is a definite air of Spring Fever in our classroom!  So, I needed some fun Spring Teaching Ideas, and I figured that you might too!

Spring Teaching Idea 1:Digital Sequence and Write

Here are a few Digital activities that I created for working on sequencing.
This first item is fully interactive.  Your students move the pictures into the correct order, then write the sequence using the transition words provided.  Because it is digital, it is in full color!  Hurrah!
Digital Sequence and Write!
Digital Sequence and Write activity!  The students move the pieces into the correct sequence, then use the transition words to write!
I made two versions of this product!  The one above is for sequencing three pictures.  The one below is for sequencing four pictures and then writing about them.
Digital Sequence and Write activity!  The students move the pieces into the correct sequence, then use the transition words to write!
You can find both of these items in my store right now! Click on the pictures to take you to see the full preview!

Spring Teaching Idea 2: Pattern Block Mats

My students LOVE pattern blocks!  I created these fun pattern block mats for my students to use during morning tubs, math centers, or even indoor recess!
Fun Spring Teaching Ideas to keep your students engaged this Spring!  Spring Pattern Block Mats!
These come with several different choices so you can print what works for your classroom.  They come in full color (seen above), black and white, then it also comes with cards of the pictures so you can use whiteboards or only print a few of the full mats and use them with the cards.  My students LOVE these and ask to use them often!  You can check out the full Spring Pattern Block Mats by clicking HERE or on the Picture!

Spring Teaching Idea 3&4: Spring Reading Logs

#3: Paper Spring Reading Logs

My kiddos read independently every day, and I don’t always get to conference with all of them! Keeping a short in-class reading log helps to hold my students accountable, plus I can keep tabs on what they are reading and how well they are “getting” certain skills!  This product also contains a monthly reading challenge, at-home reading logs,  and reading responses!
Differentiated April Reading Challenges, Reading Logs, and Reading Responses!
Click on the picture above to go and see the entire product in the preview!
You can see it in action here:
Differentiated April Reading Challenges, Reading Logs, and Reading Responses!
I get such a kick out of seeing their responses!
This one is the blank version.  I had prompts for the kiddos to work on during the week.
I really enjoyed creating this product!
Look at this face…how can you resist this little bunny face?
Differentiated April Reading Challenges, Reading Logs, and Reading Responses!

#4 Digital Spring Reading Logs

This year has been crazy, hasn’t it?  I have been trying to cut back on the amount of paper that we all have to touch, so I created Digital Reading Logs that my students are really getting a kick out of this year!  Check out the quick video:

Like what you see?  You can check them out HERE!

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Fun Spring Teaching Ideas to keep your students engaged this Spring!
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