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Printable Toys! Open a {Paper} Sandwich Shop | Kids Activities Blog

Awesome site with loads of developmentally appropriate lessons and activities to address everything from phonemic awareness to vocabulary and comprehension. All resources are FREE and aligned to Common Core.

love this writing center where each student has a writing binder that stays at the writing station. Along with different types of paper for them to choose from

Moon sand. Just 8 cups of flour and 1 cup of baby oil, really soft and easy to clean up!

Sensory Balloons: dry beans, coffee grounds, hair gel, flour, baby powder, rice, water. Makes me want to go out and buy some balloons!

Fair Isn't Always Equal Poster!

The Do It Yourself Mom: Dinosaur Themed Preschool Craft Idea: Dinosaur Fossils

Great Dr. Suess behavior chart! ABOUT SHOP FAQ CLASSROOM THEMES CLASSROOM COUTURE CLASSROOM INSPIRATION ADVERTISE CONTACT Dr. Seuss Inspir

Homemade Flubber Recipe - It will keep your kids occupied for a long time! It has such a neat texture, you'll probably find yourself playing right along with them!

Just gorgeous. Finally I have an idea to update our pshe display -self-esteem clouds I recon they should be called, love it.

The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters Lots of help for teaching math concepts!

Warning for students who are being disruptive--put this card on their desk as a way to (hopefully) redirect their behavior, without having to say a word!

Tried to find this book for a principal who was moving away but it's one you need to order in advance! Great book about teachers!

Down Under Teacher: Freebies - Free downloadable charts to assist Daily 5 CAFE strategies

...treasure hunts and camping, definitely wonder-filled times for children

Baby sensory bag: Freezer ziplock bag, some hair gel, duct tape, and a few things to put in the bag-a few buttons, some beads, silly bands, and a couple of flat marbles...I don't have my own kids, but I used to do this for babies when I was a babysitter and they would LOVE it!