Spoonerisms occur when writers switch the initial sounds of two words in a phrase. Have fun with your class teaching them how to decode spoonerisms!

Fun with Spoonerisms

You can have a lot of spun with foonerisms. Kids love to stead rories with spoonerisms. They are also a wood gray to get kids

This heart maps art project allows the artist to express their individual traits and hobbies, as well as things that are important to them. Great for decor!

Heart Maps Art Project

I found this great Heart Maps project at Creative Literacy. I love this project because: It is such a clear, graphic representation of what is

Wreck This Journal is a book for people--anyone!--to let out their creativity. Decorate, color, destroy, embellish, and make the pages yours. You can use it for yourself, or you could find a creative way to use it in the classroom!

Wreck This Journal

Wreck this Journal by Keri Smith is a great way to lose your inhibitions, think very creatively, and have fun. It is very much about

What are some fun word games to use in my classroom?

Try TriBonds

mail ~ shoe ~ lunch What do these three words have in common? TriBonds or, as it is sometimes called, the Game of Threes is

What are some fun ideas for teaching creative writing to my studens?

Pass It on Creative Writing

This is a great activity for flexible thinking, as kids must let go of their own ideas, to some extent, and work with their classmates’

What are some ways to teach comparison in the classroom?

Comparing the Book to the Movie

Watching a movie after reading the book is a wonderful way to encourage students to think critically about how each medium presented roughly the same

Routines are great, and kids both need and appreciate the structure that routines provide. However, they can also get stale and boring. So, this post shares a slew of ways to help you get out of that rut with your routines!

Get out of that Rut!

You have a routine for everything – what your students should do when they get to class, how they should line up when the bell

Pentominoes provide an excellent opportunity to teach and practice creative and flexible thinking. This post explains how you can teach a lesson about pentominoes in your classroom, which is sure to get your students working hard to figure out all of the different pentomino shapes!

Generating Pentominoes

How many unique pentominoes can you generate with five squares? Exploring that question is a great way to introduce a unit on pentominoes. Using pentominoes

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