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first grade arts and crafts

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first grade arts and crafts

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Name skeleton! (If you turn your head to the side you can see it say's Ashley) My 3 year old I just did this and loved it. Can't wait for girly to come home and do one too! :)

Awesome paper art by Jen Stark (Pic) | Daily Dawdle

★♥★ Tips for handwritten thank you note ★♥★ Theres nothing quite like a hand written thank you note!

Free Valentines at A New Day of Learning

Guided Reading "cheat sheet" on what to do before, during, and after a guided reading lesson

guided reading lesson plan

Paint Chip Art

using paint chips

paint chip snowmen

Paint Chip Snow people - I LOVE this idea - December lesson?

Holiday Door Decorations for Classrooms and Creative (but Simple) Winter Themed Bulletin Board Ideas!

fold the paper into a triangle a few times and cut out part of the shape in the pic

Make Twinkie minions in the package. Print out overalls and goggles to glue on. Draw mouth and hair with marker. I'm SO glad Twinkies are back because these are adorable!!!

Grinch Slime is so fun for the holiday & smells just like Christmas!

Warm and cool hearts, for FIRST grade. Add border of "I love _____" repeating all around for writing connection...focus on spacing and balance.

This is an idea for a fox template design that could be used for Roald Dahl's book "Fantastic Mr. Fox."

Lesson Ideas on Ways to Incorporate Art Across the Curriculum

Robert Munsch reads all of his stories aloud on his official site!

Whole Brain Teaching: 10-Finger Woo! Alternatives

Puzzle template to create your own puzzles (more sizes on site)

How to Discovery Bottles... lots of good ideas!

Paint chip cities... You could use this to make a community.

Incredible list of sensory bottle ideas

Sensory Balloons: dry beans, coffee grounds, hair gel, flour, baby powder, rice, water. Makes me want to go out and buy some balloons!

how to grow: an avocado tree, apple tree, citrus tree, pineapple plant, yams from produce seeds/cuttings you buy at the grocery