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How many times have you thought, “There has to be a better morning routine system out there! This one just isn’t working!” Too many times to count, right? I bet a lot of these scenarios sound familiar, too: SCENARIO ONE: You forget to copy something for morning work. You frantically rush around to make the …
Teachers, are you looking to start the school year by building positive relationships with your students? Get to know each of your new kids by getting to know they academically and personally. By doing so you will create a positive relationship and classroom community that will help classroom management. Read this article with tips, tricks, and ideas to implement to help you build strong relationships with the children in your classroom. Click to read more and scoop up FREEBIES!
Students love Directed Drawing! The process allows children of all ages feel successful in learning how to draw. This activity is even great for older children and adults. I was motivated to share this for several reasons. #summer #summeractivities #directeddrawings #artforkids #printables #drawing #busykidshappymom
Summer Directed Drawing for your Classroom! Get ready for the Summer with 10 Directed Drawing Lessons for your students. Keep your students engaged with this awesome end of year activity. This comes with a coloring title page, 10 step-by-step drawing pages, and a blank boarder page for students to draw on. 3 finished examples are included in this product to use to show your students expectations for coloring their drawings.
It's that time again - the end of the school year! I've come up with a list of 37 end of the year activities that you can use in your own classroom to make those last days of school special and fun for you and your students. Click through to read all of the ideas - lots of links are included to more resources!
We recently had ice cream day for “i” day of our ABC countdown to summer. Instead of buying ice cream, I decided we would make our own. I knew it would be a great memory-making activity for my students, and *bonus!* we could tie-in a how-to writing to go with it. A couple tips: If you decide to try this (you really should!) don’t get too hung up on the kind of salt you use. I’ve make ice cream in bag plenty of times using plain table salt–but ideally, the