Sunday, 7 December 2014

Sunday Scoop and Working Walls!


I am super excited to be both linking up for The Sunday Scoop with The Teaching Trio AND to tell you that I am a guest blogger over on Adventures in Literacy Land today! I have written a post all about how I use Working Walls in Literacy with a step-by-step explanation! 

Head over to Adventures in Literacy Land to read all about it! You can also grab this great freebie while you are there!

Now to The Sunday Scoop - one of my favourite weekly link-ups!

A fair few Christmas related to-do things on my list - I'm sure I'm not the only one at this time of year! 

What have you got planned in your classroom? I'd love some more craft ideas or to be pointed in the direction of some Christmas Math activities if you know of any great ones!

Make sure you link up your Sunday Scoop too!

Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. I need to get my tree up too. I am also preparing myself for Christmas coming up. Have good luck with crafts!!! Have a great day!!

    Jasmine H.
    The Dots of Teaching

  2. We got our tree up but now it needs lights and ornaments. We are busy getting ready for Christmas as well. Christmas crafts are the best. I've done a couple with my kiddos at home. Have you seen Deanna Jump's Elf Capades unit and Grinch Unit? My 3 year old and second grader loved doing both.

    Happy Sunday!
    Joya :)

  3. Here's a Christmas STEM idea for you- build a Christmas tree with toothpicks and gumdrops! I saw the idea pinned to a board and thought it was very cute. For me it would be too expensive, but for one classroom you could do it! Christmas crafts are the most fun! When I had a regular classroom we always had a craft day and parents would come and help. Kids made priceless ornaments and I hope they still have them. Have a great week!

  4. I looooove working walls!!! (I think I've professed this to you before!) I am off to read your guest blog now! Go you!!! Xx

  5. I just made my Christmas lesson plans too! Almost every subject (except SS) has a holiday theme this week. I love it! Thanks for linking up!
    Chalk & Apples
    Teaching Trio