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THE GLUE SPONGE! You just cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue on it, and the kids can just press their little cut-up pieces of paper on it. No more globby glue puddles!

classroom doors decorations ideas | Classroom holiday door decoration. The lights ... | Bulletin Boards ...

Snowflake art - just remove the masking tape when the paint dries! These would be fun to make. And so much cheaper than buying seasonal wall decor.

Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

list of 59 hand and foot print art projects for kids

Mothering with Creativity: Awesome way for the kiddos to practicing adding! The kiddos will beg to go to this station

Handprint/Footprint Crafts 1. rudolph the red-nosed reindeer 2. thanksgiving turkey 3. angel 4. ghost 5. very hungry caterpillar for Cam's first birthday 6. spider 7. sun 8. santa 9. goldfish

50+ super cute, affordable outfits. This girls tells you where she purchased each outfit. And she's a teacher so can't beat the ideas!

How to use stickers and highlighters to practice fine motor and handwriting skills

Class picture idea....maybe a magnet for open house??? or for our hopes and dreams

Hide inch worms around the room. Instruct students to find them and measure them to the nearest inch. Cute! Even big kids love a scavenger hunt. Free patterns included with blog post description.

BRILIANT!! Why didn't I think of this before?! **Vowel Game** •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!-cute!

BRILIANT!! Why didn't I think of this before?! **Vowel Game** •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!-cute!

I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups! This is pure GENIUS!!!

Assessment - Awesome strategy where students use cards to indicate how they are progressing through the independent practice. This allows the teacher to intervene when necessary and gauge students' understanding of concepts.

Type in any word(s) and this website will generate handwriting worksheets.

work boxes, have one for each student, when they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. (lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area) - DIFFERENTIATION!