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Kindergarten Classrooms

Photos of wonderful ideas from other kinder teachers!

A set of helpful blank faces templates, useful for a variety of activities such as self portrait starters, play dough mats, writing activities and ...

Blank Faces Templates

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This is a collection of labeling activities that hit on months and seasonal themes through the year. Just print, add glue and scissors and your wo...

Labeling Through the Year

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Frogs in First: "All About Vowels" Anchor/Flip Charts - PVC flip card stand - This little stand was the hands down winner and designed 13 year old.

Frogs in First: "All About Vowels" Anchor/Flip Charts

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the tattooed teacher: Monday Made It and a drawer cart giveaway!

the tattooed teacher: Monday Made It and a drawer cart giveaway!

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Need a great “go-to” center activity that will keep kids engaged and asking for more??? Here it is! Easy Setup: Gather up water color paint sets ...

Magic Writing Center Activities for June

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1 ingredient edible slime

Sensory Activities for Kids : 1 ingredient edible slime recipe

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Did our Classroom Organization 101 post leave you wanting more? Here are some advanced organization systems to get your teacher life organized and class running smoothly...

Classroom Organization 102... | Postris

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Keep Calm and Teach On Big Green Cup by MrsHoffersSpot on Etsy, $15.00 Becuase this is the only cup available, and already made, it is marked a low price :)

The Daily Alphabet: Organizing the Chaos of Math Centers. I like what this teacher talked about. She rotates the tub by day (so day 1, group 1 gets tub 1, then day 2 group 1 gets tub 2 etc). I could totally incorporate that into my math structure....although wow, a LOT of prep.

The Daily Alphabet: Organizing the Chaos of Math Centers

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5 Common Mistakes that Will Lead to an Out-of-Control Classroom - Great guest blog post by Linda Kardamis on Corkboard Connections