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Teaching Ideas

Growing Kinders "Anchor" Wall!

Growing Kinders: Lesson Plans! It’s almost a New Month!

Ten Tips for Circletime in the Preschool Classroom by Teach Preschool - This is excellent for rethinking your approach to the weekly lesson.

Ten tips for circletime in the preschool classroom

Primary Graffiti: iTune Out Drugs: Red Ribbon Week

Primary Graffiti: iTune Out Drugs: Red Ribbon Week

The most fun group game you will ever play. Once you play, you will agree. Instructions for making the Candy Ball and playing the game.

Very important to remember. "Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress, no matter how slow". Might be a good idea for a blowup/class poster

Increasing Critical Thinking. Give students the answer, and each student has a spot to place their question.

Time to Reorganize: Tips From Two Teachers -- Come get inspired to reorganize your space!

Inferring (but what does it mean?) That's pretty much what's in my bag too. :)

Free poster download! The 3-2-1 Strategy is one example of many formative assessments.

Colored popsicle sticks + velcro dots = hours of toddler fun making shapes, letters, numbers, etc.

For the New Year! Organize your entire day on one sheet of paper with The Daily Page Notepad.

Substitute Folder FREEBIES

Math Food Fun FREEBIE SAMPLE ( addition, ten frames, counting sets, and greater than/less than)

This freebie, “Social Scenarios” presents challenging vignettes set within the school setting which call upon students to apply conflict resolution and problem solving skills to resolve. These cards can be used for individual and group instruction and are ideal for use in social skills groups with older elementary and secondary students.

75 Days of Test Prep Morning Work! FREE sneak peek of one full week of Daily Flip Its

Traditions, laughter and happily ever after ~ anchor chart first week of school - what makes a good teacher and write about it.

FREEBIE Time to the Hour and Half Hour Back to School Three Games in One Center

Have each child make one of these. Give each child a sheet with everyone's name on it. They walk around and ask their peers, "What time is it?". Without "telling", they simply show their watch. Times are recorded on the record sheet. When each child has "asked" everyone, meet back and check.

Assessment Bulletin Board. The students can write something they learned on a post it note, and stick it to the door as they leave.