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HUGE free printable list of routines and procedures to teach in the beginning of the school year!

Pre-writing skills actvities

Rainbow Salt Tray | learning 4 kids

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Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

A twist on crate seating. The pull out drawers offer storage space. This is so much easier than having to create a top!!!!

Mrs. Nida's fabulous firsties

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Use two filing cabinets to create a cute cozy corner or quiet area. The curtain rod and simple curtains make this a place where preschool students love to explore and sit and look at their favorite stories. Photos of friends and comfy pillows create a homey feeling. (image only)

Charlotte's Web teacher shirt @Pamela Hichens Davis Gill@aveggiegirl We need these!!!

Teacher T Shirts, Shirts & Tees | Custom Teacher Clothing

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End of the year project. This is so cute!

Come Together Kids: Fun Photo Bookmarks

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Author's Purpose Anchor Chart and Reading Strategy PowerPoint. The focus of this strategy is to teach students the author's purpose for writing a text. Also included is an anchor chart in PDF format that you will be able to use in your classroom. You could print it out in color, or display with a projection system for your students to view. $

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart and Reading Strategy PowerPoint

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Interesting way to have students self evaluate themselves with exit tickets

Teachers—Love this one: Have parents write their address on an envelope at Open House. Then, send a positive note home for each student sometime during the school year.

OMGosh! Excellent video on keeping voices down in the classroom. This guy is stinkin hilarious!

10 Things to Think About Before Your Child Starts Kindergarten (That Have Nothing to Do With Academics) - Harvard Homemaker

DIY Animal Toppers for Jars. All you do is glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint.