Sílabas con R Word Work Stations

Posted by on Jan 7, 2017 in 1st Grade, Kindergarten, Literacy, Phonics, QR Codes, Sílabas, Spanish | 0 comments

Slowly but surely I am going through every letter in the alphabet and making Spanish syllable stations. My latest creation includes syllables with the letter R. This resource will give your students practice working with Spanish syllables: RA-RE-RI-RO-RU. Use the stations to give students independent practice or use them during teacher guided small group instruction. Practice pages can be used to provide additional practice for mastery, assessment or homework.

Watch this brief video preview to see a little of what is included in this resource.

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Wonderful Winter Freebies and a Winter Sale!

Posted by on Jan 2, 2017 in Winter | 0 comments

Happy new year everyone! December 2016 completes the 4th year since I opened up my Teaching With Nancy store! I look forward to continuing to create and share resources that are engaging, relevant and rigorous for kids. Below are some free and paid winter resources to help get your winter stations and new year off to great start. Enjoy 20% your entire purchase when you use coupon code winter17 at checkout! Sale dales 1/2/17-1/3/17.













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Free Christmas Downloads

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Christmas, Counting, Free Resources, Kindergarten, Math, Numbers, PreK, Preschool, Tally Marks, Ten Frames | 0 comments

8 FREE PreK and K Christmas Downloads


This activity will give your students practice identifying the letter that correlates to the initial sound in pictures.

This holiday season get your students writing with this fun Christmas themed writing freebie! Use these writing organizers to help your students stay on topic and write using more details. It also includes some sequence writing templates.

Your student will love practicing writing the numerals from 0-20 with these adorable reindeer! This resource will make a great addition to any pre-K or kindergarten math station.

These Christmas math puzzles will make a great addition to any preK or kindergarten class during the holiday season. Place the puzzles in a math station so students can practice matching numbers represented in 4 different ways: number sets, numerals, ten frames and tally marks.

Use this math station to give your students practice identifying numbers on a die and using 1:1 correspondence. This station can also be used for small group instruction.

Use these Christmas themed ten frames for fun practice constructing ten frames from 1-10. Includes a set of matching number and candy cane ten frame cards for additional ways to practice.

Easily set up your December writing centers with this writing center freebie. This free writing station activity will give your students many opportunities to write for different reasons.

This writing activity will have even your most reluctant writers eager to write. Use the this activity to guide student in writing a letter to Santa using the parts of a friendly letter.

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iOS Compatible Audio QR Codes in 3 Easy Steps

Posted by on Nov 12, 2016 in 21st Century Teaching & Learning, EdTech, QR Codes, Tech Tips, Technology Integration | 0 comments

Audio QR Codes in 3 Easy Steps

Do you use Apple devices in your classroom to scan audio QR codes? If you use iPads, iPods or an Apple phone the new iOS updates may render your audio QR codes unreadable. Why, you may ask, because iOS updates are no longer compatible with m4a audio files. I’ve created hundreds of audio QR codes over the years using m4a files and was devastated when I discovered they no longer worked!

THE SOLUTION

If you follow me or purchase resources from my store, you know how much I love to incorporate QR codes into the activities I create. After investigating, I have discovered a work around. Sadly you will have to recreate the QR codes, but this new way of creating them should make them last for many years since mp3 files are widely and universally used.

Step 1: RECORD YOUR AUDIO

Record your audio in an mp3 format. I love using on-line voice recorder this is a free web based site with no sign in required. Save the audio file onto your computer. 

mp3 audio recorder

Step 2: HOST YOUR AUDIO

Upload the audio file to a hosting site. I use CloudApp to host my files. After uploading the audio file, copy the “view original file” link onto your clipboard. 

Cloud App

Step 3: GENERATE THE QR CODE

Now you are ready to generate the audio QR code. I use QR Code Generator to create my QR codes. Click on url at the top and paste the url you copied into the space that says “Enter URL”. Save your QR code image to your computer and you are finished.

QR Code Generator

You will need to repeat all three steps for each QR code. For productivity, I record all my audio files at one time, then upload them all to the Cloud App then generate the QR codes one by one.

I hope you found this quick tutorial helpful. Leave me a comment if you have any questions.

Now it is time for you the get QR crazy!

 

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Turkey Ten Frame Math Stations

Posted by on Oct 22, 2016 in Fall, Math, PreK, Preschool, QR Codes, Ten Frames | 0 comments

Get your kindergarten November math stations ready with these fun Turkey Ten Frame math stations. These stations will give your students plenty of practice to master identifying and building ten frames from 1 – 10.

This resource comes with 7 different stations plus reproducible practice pages. Some stations include QR codes which your students will love. Students will be begging to work in these fun stations!

Watch this quick preview.

 

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