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Preschool - Class Mgmt

The benefits of a sign-in book for early childhood classrooms (or home schools). Includes a link to a free download. A great way for kiddos to practice writing their names in a simple, quick way.

This website has so many great ideas a teacher could use throughout the classroom. I like these line up sing alongs to get kids ready to move in the hallway!

FREE Printable Preschool Assessment & Goals Workbook!!

Strategies for working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Free handout.

Weather Kids is a file folder activity in which students dress figures to match the weather card that changes with the daily weather. $4

Today is wonderful poster! Just print this FREEBIE, frame it (or laminate it), and have students come up with a reason each day. Help students learn about optimism, positivity, and gratefulness with this quick, daily exercise. {Perfect for morning meeting or calendar time!}

ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder? Definitions, Facts, Checklists, Resources.

Kindergarten readiness skills

The Power of Documentation: Children's Learning Revealed

Tips for teachers with a challenging class

Overlapping Behavioral Characteristics Chart--includes FASD, ADHD, Sensory Intergration Disorder, ASD, bi-polar, RAD, depression, ODD, trauma and poverty

Nice summary of all the basic skills. I like how it has three dates at the top, so you can use the same sheet all year, and chart progress. Cool.

The Power of Documentation: Children's Learning Revealed

How to Teach Preschoolers about Friendship and Cooperation

Interacting with a strong-willed child. Awesome advice. I love how it explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements.

Quiet Critters - when you decide it's time to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from ones who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use. I could see this being used in classrooms, doctors offices, on road trips, or anywhere else that the "quiet game" could come in hand.