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Good for the beginning of the school year! (Check out book about rules - Wiggles)

Mystery Word Center... What is the last word? Love this!!!

my favorite addition math stations. This one is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend. Then solve the number sentence. The kids really like it!

pre-k activities // confessions of a homeschooler

Simple spelling game for young kids. Perfect for learning the letters in their first name!

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper.

This kindergarten skill goal sheet that is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what skills they have mastered. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box. Excellent motivation to meet kindergarten goals

shape activity

Here's a nice idea for setting up a homework club in your classroom.

How Each Of The 50 US States Got Their Names

Pinner says, "Bought these at the Dollar Tree! Now my White Board Cleaners LOVE their job!!!" I have to try this out!

Activity book for first week of kindergarten. Repeat at the end of the school year to show progress.

Pinteresting Boards for Kindergarten Teachers

Kissing Hand: Thinking about extending this into an introduction of character traits, actions, and motivations for 1st day of school...hmmm...will have to mull that over...

The slips of numbers with blanks throughout are a great way for students to learn the sequence of numbers. The slips can either be laminated to where dry erase markers would work, or the magnetic numbers also would work. This could be an activity to integrate sequencing in math.

Calendar Notebook Cover Boy

Every Lined Paper Under the Sun!

Abc center: matching uppercase and lower case letters

Bingo dabber centers! Practice letter and number recognition, beginning sounds, counting and hand-eye coordination at the same time! 2 I can posters for each activity, make it easy to differentiate (just cut them apart).

Spelling practice with beads and pipe cleaners

Aa to Zz Alphabet Hole Punch cards! Great for fine motor skills and letter recognition!

Add folders to the backside of a bookcase for small extension activities or center work