Free Printable Goal Charts for Kids - Mom 4 Real
How to use Reading A-Z boooks in your classroom library. After you fold the pages and cut the laminating, (only laminate the cover) you staple the books together. Then,Duct tape!!! Different colored tape for different levels! One day...
Gel Drawing Board To make the gel drawing board, fill a gallon sized ziploc bag with hair gel, food coloring, and glitter. Cut a foam core board the same size as the ziploc bag. Tape the bag to the foam core board using zebra print duct tape. Put a piece of clear contact on the back, so that it will work as a dry erase board.
Sub Tub... great to have in your classroom to be prepared for when you need a sub. Contains a Welcome Binder explaining the daily schedule, where things are in the room and anything the sub might need like computer log-in codes. Tub also has hanging folders for each day of the week with emergency lesson ideas, great books, games and other activities to do! YES!! NECESSARY!
This small group bundle is designed to use with students during reading workshop. It includes 140 readymade lessons! It is specifically designed ...
Early Finisher activities - Put this in a ziplog bag and make one for each student as an early finish go to assignment. Have them keep the assignments in the ziplog bag for safe keeping. Punch holes in the bag to keep in the back of the binder. When they complete a row, column, or diagonal REWARD!
FREE printable giant shape board game with an action for each space you land on (or you can print blank cards and make up your own actions). What a good idea! A librarian could create a game based on a book shared at storytime, reinforcing the elements of the story in addition to giving the kids a chance to practice their gross and fine motor skills.