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Desk arrangement all done! This is a great idea for classrooms that have desks.

First Grade Teacher Lady: Back 2 School BLOG HOP!

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Organized walls

Life in First Grade: This Week's Favorite Pins

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Teacher Appreciation Gifts: We LOVE these DIY flowers from Lia Griffith. Check out her Free Printable Gift Tags & Pencil Flower Tutorial.

30+ Free Preschool Printables Themes

Sectioned off areas provides the opportunity to transition between subjects or independent/group/class work. Lots of art and good use of wall space!

"Thank you for helping us grow" teacher appreciation gift

A portable word wall! Students can grab the word that they need and take it back to their desks. This also makes it easier to add new words to the wall without running out of space.

I made these for Teacher Appreciation week..helping my child to "blossom" at her first year of preschool!

My son goes to preschool two days a week. The first day of teacher appreciation the the bath melt and day 2 is the flower arrangement with the 3 gift cards.

21 classroom things worth purchasing from the dollar tree {kindergarten style}

Preschool Mud Day! Some FUN and MUDDY ideas to get the kiddos dirty. Sensory play, art, gardening, small world play . . . just add mud!

Tired of hearing, "That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same thing...it's when everyone gets just what they need. All you'll need for this lesson is a big box of Band-Aids and some time for class discussion. Love the simplicity and impact of this lesson!

"A recent center activity was to paint the letters to name our planting box in the garden. Each of the letters was painted by a student. Some of the letters were formed by painting little trains of flowers or bugs. I like the final result of their work"

Preschool Garden - so cool!