amazing sight word books - rip and stick -collaged sight words
Introducing writing name
Structured Play: ABCs
Easel activity for preschool. Storytelling, empathy, and fine motor skills all wrapped into one fun idea.
Create A Face Sticky Easel Activity - No Time For Flash Cards
Kindergarten Common Core Math Vocabulary Word Wall Cards $
Kindergarten Common Core Math Vocabulary Word Wall Cards
a year of many firsts: bravo behavior (FREEBIES!)
A fun way to have students check in for Daily 5 rotations
The Green Classroom: Station/Center Bottle Caps
Class Dojo Reward Coupons
The $30, 30-Minute, Do-It-Yourself Sensory Table
Crystallized Rainbow! Very cool science experiment!
E is for Explore!
Days of the week cut paste...math journal idea for the first week of school (because even in MAY I have kiddos who can't keep months straight from days of the week!)
Buzz Around in Second Grade: Search results for days of the week
Adorable --> Rainbow Preschool Craft
JLH... Paper Bag Fall Tree. Fun! Probably a project for older elementary students. I could use this as a science project; I could use this as a word tree and have them add adjectives, verbs, nouns, adverbs, etc. that reflect autumn vocabulary. This would also creatively decorate the classroom in a very simple and fall way.
Pikadilly Charm: Paper Craft
Word Families by Dr. Jean Feldman (Tune: “BINGO” – Totally Reading CD) There’s a word family you should know And “at” is its name-o. M – a – t, mat (Write words on a chart and point to them as you sing.) H – a – t, hat C – a – t, cat They end in “at” you know. Fun Run Sun Pet Jet Set Hop Top Pop Sit Fit Wit Day Say Way Cut Hut Nut Look Cook Book Fill Hill Will
Dr. Jean's tricks for when "Shhhh!" does not work! Cute ideas!
Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: Shhhhhh!
Awesome list of early Pk-1st grade books organized by theme, subject & behavior issues. Interrupting, tattling rhyming, self esteem, main idea, etc. *Some books even have questions or comprehension pages you can print *
Wild Rumpus SchoolHouse: LIST OF BOOKS by Theme
Taking photos of each child and gluing them to a block. Makes it very personal and included in the classroom. This would be great as a social and interactive ice breaker activity as well as incorporating these blocks into normal block and construction play. From a Reggio inspired website. Great!
people blocks - reggio-inspired
Fine motor skills- have child use tongs or tweezers to sort, match, and place in corresponding toilet paper tubes.
Stick the labels on a clip board like this. And while you're walking around observing students, make notes. Write ANYTHING! Ex: Ashley is struggling with letter sounds. Continue to reinforce letters: H, M, and Y/Grant is reading well. May want to bump him up a level. At the end of the week, peel stick to student's index card