Summer is a great time to relax, but as teachers, we all know we hardly ever just completely walk away over the summer. There is no better time to catch up with all your favorite blogs and see what is going on in kindergarten all over the world! So here you have – the ultimate guide to kindergarten blog posts that are great for summer reading!
No lesson plans, no copy machines, no paperwork over the summer; it’s nice! You have time to catch up on some reading so here is list of blog posts that are great for kindergarten teachers! If you read a blog post and like it, vote for it so others can read it too!
Summer is a great time to revamp your centers. We use a center wheel for our management and share all about it in the article here. We also give you a free template (here) so making a wheel is easier for you (aligning them can be a tricky thing).
These activities go well with these resources:
Kindergarten Reading Intervention Kit – Literacy for Small Group ActivitiesProduct on sale
Kindergarten Math Centers – Themed Math Centers Fall, Winter, Spring, SummerProduct on sale
Back to School Reader for: Back to School, Recess, Fire Drill, First Day$5.00
Back to School Vocabulary for Little Learners (Editable)$5.00
Chalkboard Bulletin Board – Customizable Back to School Bulletin BoardProduct on sale
Lots of teachers spend some time over the summer preparing for next year. Simply Kinder has LOTS of free printables and forms you can use for back to school here.
Over the summer is a great time to organize your classroom. In this article here we share with you some of our organizing tips.
Are you interviewing over the summer? We have you covered with interview questions, things to bring, and overall mindset. Click here to read it now.
As you are thinking about next year, you may want to consider having data books with your students. We share the good, the bad, and the ugly with those here.
Are you planning for next year? We have a blank pacing guide so you can stay organized and on top of things. Click here to get this freebie now.
Are you looking for some professional development books for the summer? Click here to see what’s on our list.
Are you new to kindergarten and wondering what kinds of manipulatives you will need? Click here to see our list of must have manipulatives for kindergarten.
Are you wanting to attend a conference but can’t afford the registration fees? We have some tips for how to ask your administration pay for it. Click here to read those now.
There are 5 things you can do over the summer to make your back to school easier and we share those with you here.
As teachers, we have to budget ourselves through the summer and that can be difficult. We share with out some of our budgeting tips here.
A lot of teachers consider joining us over the summer so they can share what they know with the world. We share how we do it here.