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Feed the Alphabet Monster: Repurpose bottle caps for this alphabet activity!

Feed the Alphabet Monster - I Can Teach My Child!

Design & Drill® Take-Along Toolkit

Design & Drill® Take-Along Toolkit- Educational Insights®

Feed the Shark game

Toddler Approved!: Feed the Shark Alphabet Game for Kids

use paint chips and clothes pins to make a sorting game. kids could make it AND play with it~ HOURS OF BUSY!!!

another activity for us in the office?? @Katie Hrubec Smyrski @Jordan Bromley Morgan

drawing | Shana Logic Blog

The ULTIMATE texture table! What a great idea to let the kids "plant" and "harvest" pretend fruits and veggies. Great opportunity to talk about what grows on trees (I see bananas in the picture), bushes, in the ground. Maybe even use an old kids pool. (garden play @ preschool)

StrongStart: First day back at school

letter of the week crafts for preschoolers #crystalandcomp

Letter of the Week Crafts for Preschoolers

Bookworms - make these to encourage reading at home ….love this!

Ray-Chill's World: Book Worm Bookmark Craft ~TOOoooo Cute!!

a teacher's prayer...

I do{odle}: Teachers_prayer

Adorable Dog house ...Love covering the roof in moss ... use moss paint....paint wood to have "cottage look" ... make big enough for Bella and Brodie

Kindergarten Read to Self- books in baskets :) The littles would love this!

Pool Noodle Coral - super easy! SonTreasure Island VBS 2014 Gospel Light

Play Garden: Container of choice Potting soil Watering cans Spray bottle Toy Worms (We found ours in the fishing department on sale.) Seed packets with an assortment of seeds Small gardening tools Small pots Toy vegetables (Our carrots are from the Dollar Tree.) Fake (or real) plants and flowers

Pulling Pipe Cleaner Carrots Out of the Garden (fine motor practice; by SortingSprinkles; can extend activity by creating patterns, turning this into an addition or subtraction activity, etc.)

A great big list of stories that you will actually WANT to read to your kids. These are great!

Kneeling during table work - great way to develop core strength without the kids even knowing!

First week of school activity-have each student decorate a puzzle piece to describe themselves and then put together on a wall. Great idea for creating a classroom community.