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Songs and rhymes about dinosaurs for preschool Pre-K and Kindergarten

Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group. When you need to have one student from each table do something, you can just simply say "Green dots, come get the papers for your table." or "Orange dots, take your table's trash to the trashcan."

True story. Except it was a helpless Southern Flying Squirrel. Still finding body parts 3 years later...

Use this website to quiet down your class!!! The balls bounce when there is quite a bit of noise in the room. The challenge is to get the balls to settle down or stop moving completely.

#Atlanta's Fernbank Museum was named one of the "10 best places to see dinosaurs" by @Jill Meyers Jackson Norris TODAY!

Writing reviews in 1st and 2nd grade! A fun way to get your students to write their opinions and provide reasons to support them

First Grade Writing - Cute idea. Site has lots of writing ideas for poetry and other prompts.

ESL Amplified: Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities [ESOL friendly]

Glue a piece from magazine let kids expand an image with their own details.

Frozen Silly Putty…combining two of the BEST things! Silly Putty AND the Frozen Movie! Kiddy heaven!

First Grade Wow: Reader's Response Journal SHe has some great picture of things for readers response journals!

First Grade Wow: Not the color of our skin... and Inferencing

Practice spelling /oi/ words with c/oi/ns {The First Grade Parade Blog}

Short u Word Work Activities CVC Words. $ Activities to practice and reinforce short u phonics skills. [ESOL Friendly]

I love this! You could also make it self-correcting by writing possible sight words on the back of each strip! Sarah's First Grade Snippets: More literacy activities [ESOL Friendly]

Great 1st Day of School Actvity (first grade): create something with playdoh, draw it and write about it [ESOL Friendly