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This blog posts has some fun ideas for student learning activities from the Dollar Tree. These kindergarten centers include fine motor, word work, and even cooperation! Also included are ideas for literacy center storage and some fun ways for teachers to keep learning fun in the kindergarten or first grade classroom. Kids will love these fun hands on centers! #kindergartenclassroom #januarycenters
Your Kindergarten classroom and homeschool students are going to love the Thanksgiving read alouds, easy DIY crafts, and no prep activities included at this blog post! You'll see 13 great book ideas, an easy turkey craft project, a FREE Thanksgiving place mat download perfect for Thanksgiving day, and no prep printables that help cover CVC words, beginning - middle - end sounds, alphabet recognition, numbers to five and ten, and more for your math or literacy centers, morning work, & more!
Kids will have an awesome time building popular 2D and 3D shapes with these free STEM task cards! Just like our mega pack of toothpick structures and famous landmark cards, these STEM challenges use simple materials so you can easily create a STEM center or Makerspace. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready I began by printing the the task cards on cardstock to give them extra durability. Then I ran
I have been doing this on the first day for the past few years and it is ALWAYS A HIT! If you tech in a special ed setting, regardless of the grade you teach, there are some great ideas here that can be adapted to older students as well. Read more at: http://therazzledazzleclassroom.blogspot.com/2015/08/first-days-of-first-grade.html
Creating a Culture of Kindness in Your Classroom. The best way to promote kindness and caring behaviors in our classrooms is to model them. When we show our students what it LOOKS like and SOUNDS like to be kind, there is a far greater chance they will repeat those modeled behaviors. It is so important to remember that children watch their teachers all the time and listen to everything they say (especially when it’s not in a lecture).