Whip up a batch of these edible finger paints using only two ingredients! EYFS Areas Developed: Physical: making marks in paint Expressive Arts & Design: explores and experiments paints through sensory play Harrison is six months now and I really want to start getting him more involved in the activities we do to help support his development as he grows. I’d seen some recipes for homemade finger paints but lots seemed complicated and relied heavily on the use of cornflour or regular flour…
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Accommodations allow students with dyslexia to perform at their intellectual ability in the school setting even if they are still reading below grade level. Here are some great accommodations for students with dyslexia that really work!
Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...
So, I totally didn't make this, but it was hanging up in my classroom last week (Thanks, Terri!), and I totally love it (and the ...
I have been loving no prep/print and go activities lately so I wanted to share one with all of you. :) This freebie has 3 different worksheets for you to simply snatch off of the printer and start working on! They all target irregular past tense verbs in a fun way.
It’s nice to have your word wall all set up and ready to go, because then it’s all done. You can check that off your list of 1,001 things you have to do. Right? Well don’t get me wrong, I have done this year in, year out. After a few years, I began to understand […]
It is always good to opt for a hairstyle which suits your face shape, I know most of you don't which type of face shape you have, however, since you're on this article, some hairstylist might have tipped you that you have an oval face. I will not disappoint you, on this list, we have
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I do realize that CVC isn’t a verb, just incase you were curious ;) However…I thought I’d share with you a few things we do in Room 206 to reinforce and practice identifying, creating, spelling, and reading CVC words. Blending and segmenting is such a tricky concept for some kids to grasp, so I try …
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