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kindergarten: a to z teacher stuff

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KindergartenWorks: 21 classroom things worth purchasing from the dollar tree

Fun With Firsties: Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: The Guided Reading Guru: Debbie Diller

Farm animal labeling page - great for a farm unit!

flip books to teach reading (word families). I would use these to help my 8 year old master those words that are spelled the same but sound out differently (where/there/here/sphere/were).

Brown Bear What Do You See? with MUSIC

When teaching short vowels, perfect practice makes perfect! FREE printables for making your own classroom set of vowel sticks and FREE classroom posters.

Rules for the listening center

Sprinkles to Kindergarten!: Writer's Workshop

Free behavior bracelets to let parents know how their child did in class

Math Coach's Corner: Using Dot Cards to Build Number Sense. There's no doubt about it...subitizing is all the rage! So, now that you've made your dot cards, how exactly do you use them? First off, you want to develop routines for using your dot cards. You don't want to flash a card and just have students shout out the number. Read more and download free resources.

Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

New Last Day Certificate for 2013

Printable board games for hanging bags on desks, cardstock and laminate

Reasons why Read Aloud 15 MINUTES Every child. Every parent. Every day. is so important.