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Easier middle and almost as cute as the one I did this year. Pinning for next year.

DIY: Salt Dough Eggs. A cute way to keep their Easter eggs designs

This lady is awesome! She has a table of procedures that you should go through the first days of school.

fancy hand lotion! Great thank you gifts for parent volunteers, congregational committee members, team leaders, etc.

have parents bring a current pic of their child. Mark the year on back so they can use as Easter keepsake.

Pastel art with a watercolour and salt wash, the ideas are endless. Also this site has lots of fun classroom art ideas.

Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake Bars - I love cheesecake and think it should be a food group. And I love limes. Think I'll try this for St. Patrick's Day. The top is so pretty to look at - probably even better to eat!

Lucky Charms Treats Recipe: Great Food Craft For St. Patrick’s Day #stpatricksday #recipe #food

This should be in every classroom...print it, use it!

Feingold Diet Food List - and foods to avoid - for kids with ADHD

Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, he/she is recognized and is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

My kids would have loved this plant labeling project when they were younger. So fun!

Chagall Art Projects for Kids: The colorful, imaginary world of Marc Chagall is explored through his fascinating paintings. The students explored patterns and color theory in this lesson. Our young artists use oil pastels to create enchanted villages in the Chagall style.

mrs. prince & co.: Search results for how to write a paragraph

“My Place in the World” Project

Adjectives, Colorful words for Writer's Workshop

“Kaleidoscope Painting” Paint the lid of a cup with black paint and use it to stamp overlapping circles. Once it dries, paint inside each shape with a different color.

My 2nd graders made these adorable "selfies" for their parents to see at conferences. Needless to say, they were a hit!