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Life in First Grade: Classroom Decorating Day 7: See it Sort it Pocket Chart Center

Love this desk arrangement with supply storage in the middle for kiddos to share!

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Treat a person as he is and he will remain as he is. Treat him as what he could be and he will become what he should be - Jimmy Johnson

20 Back to School Tips for Pre-K Teachers

Handprint Flower Pot (pinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources for #children

Robot Building Contest | Honorable Mention age 3-5: Sage Anctil

Anchor Charts: Quote, Paraphrase and Summarize... from Teaching with a Mountain View (blog)

The Teacher's Guide To The One iPad Classroom - Edudemic

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I love panel art projects. Not sure why I haven't done them. This looks easy enough to simplify for preschoolers.

This toothpaste activity is great for the first week of school... it teaches kids that once something is "out" it's often hard to get it back the way it was. They learn how to think carefully before they speak to one another. **Blog Post from The Knight Times: Class Scrapbook

Balloon painting! This was one of my favorite things to do with my preschoolers!!

Pre-K Tweets: Conscious Discipline "safe spot," supply storage, and group art

First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration and spent the first day thinking of line designs and sketching. The second day, we used oil pastel and watercolor paints to finish.

What kid doesn't like a fun "explosion"? This twist on the classic vinegar/baking soda reaction is a huge hit

Peeling and placing stickers helps build fine motor skills; sorting and matching colors builds cognitive skills; tabletop tasks build postural control and stability...WOW!