Fingerspelling Fun

Fingerspelling Fun! Fingerspelling can be a tedious learning task for students. It can often leave students feeling frustrated, lacking in skill, or even incapable or achieving success in ASL. To make fingerspelling fun, try to implement entertaining and creative ways to practice it. Most students respond well to games and activities that don’t feel like Read more about Fingerspelling Fun[…]

Dice activities! Why I can’t live without them.

Dice Activities I am constantly seeing posts in my social media groups about what is one thing in your classroom you can’t live without. For years I have pondered this question and answered it a million different ways. There has never been one thing I LOVE so much I can’t teach without…until now. I have Read more about Dice activities! Why I can’t live without them.[…]

Olympic Vocabulary Challenge

The Olympics are here so I want to share with you how to bring Olympic vocabulary practice to your classroom. It’s no secret our students love to play games. As teachers, we should love incorporating games into our daily lessons. They are great for review and repetition. They make learning fun. With the Winter Olympics Read more about Olympic Vocabulary Challenge[…]

Organizing Learning Stations

Learning Stations Learning stations are great for student engagement but they often take a lot of planning and organizing for the teacher. When I first started creating learning stations in the classroom, I quickly realized some of them can take longer to plan than a traditional lesson plan. I am here to offer some suggestions to Read more about Organizing Learning Stations[…]