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Use Duct tape to help students find the right journal.

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Ode to Duct Tape! Getting it Organized!

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Fantastic idea! As an end of the year gift I bought my students beach-balls , they collected classmates signatures..we had a "ball." I'm definitely doing this. My kids don't get yearbooks!!

Hidden words for word work time. Kids write the word in white crayon, and then color over it with marker to make it appear.

Ask each child to bring in a small framed family photo...love it! What a fun way to make a classroom feel homey! :) gives students a sense of responsibilities to their parents while at school too!

This is a great first day/week activity for getting to know students, and they will love it because it involves candy! They randomly choose an M out of the bag, depending on the color they choose they will answer a question about themselves. If some students do not like chocolate you could use Skittles instead. 0642

This page has it all! Don't you hate when you get a few weeks into your school year and you have notes, documentation, student information, plans, parent communication and a ton of other stuff and it's in various files or completely disorganized? Start your year right with this Teacher Planning Binder. Pick your binder cover (fun quotes and designs), create your dividers and print out our pages!

Use zippered pencil pouches to organize puzzles instead of storing the bulky boxes. Cut off the image from the front of the box and store it in the bag, too. (This blog post has several great ideas for organizing kids toys.)

Free Printables for many Halloween treats. Dem Bones, Halloween Pretzles, Boomallows, Fruit snacks...

transformation into a butterfly / from toys from trash

Toys from Trash

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Flintstones™ Fred Flintstone Boy’s Costume

5 kingdoms -classification of living beings video

My Choices Today...note home to parents I really like this! make the student have accountability for their actions!

Put a picture up on the document camera (National Geographic's picture of the day works well). Ask students to make five OBSERVATIONS, five INFERENCES and five PREDICTIONS. Doing this a couple of times a week will drive home the difference between these concepts. For some of my other subject area teacher friends...good idea

Have a "book-nic" instead of a picnic at the end of the year! Serve foods that go along with certain Children's books.

"Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it"....