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Photobooth Valentines made in prek! Students decorate inside of card and envelope, after posing for their card. Too cute!

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly ~ fun learning activity. Fine motor, sequencing, early reading and spelling all rolled into one!

Formative Assessment I've been using this trimester. The kids love it! --I would switch green to Practitioner and blue to Expert since our data cards are sorted green for pass and blue for pass plus. BC

Cover hand in shortening to demonstrate how fat keeps animals warm in winter. #ScienceExperiment

Getting Attention

Attention Grabbers

Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

Love this! Maybe do this outside class door and change the theme each month. Idiom, simile, personification, etc...

Love any activity to go with this book and the entire series. make sure you get the music to go with the books. Children love to hear the story and sing along. I have used this book in Grades K-5, and I always had requests to read again.Please!!!!

Pumpkin Moon Sand Recipe from Growing a Jeweled Rose- amazing Fall activity for kids

Jumping off point - persuasive writing

25 Clever Classroom Tips For Teachers

class photo. Theme inspired by Christine Kay photography

Shades of vocabulary. This is clever.

Bedtime Math: A Problem a Day Keeps Fear of Arithmetic Away by Bonnie Rochman, time.com: Bedtime Math, created by Laura Bilodeau Overdeck, a Princeton-trained astrophysicist turned stay-at-home mom is a website devoted to creating the sort of cachet for arithmetic — before the final tuck-in — that reading has. “You hear so many people say, I’m just not good at math,” she says. “But you never hear people say, I’m just not good at reading.” bedtimemath.org/ #Kids #Math #Bedtime_Math

Zebra collage- pattern unit

felt piggy banks

Stamped salt dough tutorial.

I'm lucky because...great send home assignment!