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    Maybe instead of nametags we could put colors or shapes? Then it could be a sorting game.

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    This would be kind of fun to do for kinder... maybe inside the room with the theme, letters, words, something like that. activities by week - great for outside classroom - include snack

    Mrs. Bray's Little Bulldogs: Week Five!!

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    Recycled Art - Soda Bottle Jellyfish.....these are great to hang from the ceiling for a nautical birthday party or out doors from the trees for a kids pool party.

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    Early Childhood Themes...thematic units for preschoolers and kindergarten children. Has links to activities for each theme

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    Preschool Week Chart - i want to do this for avery at home. I think this would be a great addition to an EFL / ESL classroom. If every lesson started with this, the kids would really take in all the vocab.

    this and that: preschool letter of the week chart

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    Writing your name – and writing it properly is quite the accomplishment for our kids. Writing their name and labeling things as “theirs” is a big deal to kiddos. Help give them the confidence early with some of these Name Writing activities. Gel Bags. These are brilliant. Fill a giant ziplock bag with about half …

    10 Ways to Practice Writing Your Name - Kids Activities Blog

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    This kid friendly craft tutorial is in honor of the colorful Dr Seuss beginner book Put Me in the Zoo by Robert Lopshire. It’s a cute story that proves that “everyone has a spot” in life.

    Dr Seuss Inspired Leopard {Kid Craft}

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    Paper Plate Sleeping Bear {Kid Craft} Great for your hibernation unit!

    Paper Plate Sleeping Bear {Kid Craft}

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    Rainy Day Math Games - This easy-to-make math game is inspired by a rainy day…and perfect for playing on a rainy day! It’s a great way for your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning.

    Rainy Day Math Game - My Nearest And Dearest

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    Alphabet Knock Down (Use Foam Sticks and make little circles to sticks letters in)

    Alphabet Knock Down (Toddler Approved!)

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    Teaching in Room 6: Paragraph of the Week. A scaffolded day-by-day approach to writing a paragraph.

    Teaching in Room 6: Paragraph of the Week

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    How to teach your child to read - easy to do ideas!

    I Can Teach My Child To Read - NurtureStore

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    This is a fun printable handwriting pack from Totschooling that also includes tracing pictures for each letter of the alphabet. Kids can practice writing, d

    FREE Alphabet Picture Tracing Pages

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    Telling Time - Clock Playdough Mats - learn to tell the time activity

    Telling Time - Clock Playdough Mats

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    {Umbrella Counting Game} Love how they use blue beads and cotton ball puff clouds. Too cute.

    Rainy Day Counting

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    Sand tray: I found my tray and sand at Hobby Lobby. The tray was $3.49 (plus a 40% coupon). The sand was $2.49/1.5 pounds.

    Montessori Monday – Inexpensive and DIY Sandpaper Numerals

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    Preschool Letter J craft

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    How to make an experience book to build language and literacy skills

    Make an Experience Book to Build Language

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    Preschool: 5 Senses

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    This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

    Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip | Childhood101

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    Feed the Alphabet Monster- great activity for little one's to practice letter recognition and even spelling! Jenae {I Can Teach My Child!} Repined by @CSHC

    Feed the Alphabet Monster - I Can Teach My Child!

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    DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

    DIY Salt Tray and Alphabet Cards

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    Toddler Approved!: Watering an "Alphabet Garden"

    Toddler Approved!: Watering an "Alphabet Garden"

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    Pepperoni Pizza counting page

    Magda's Toy Story Quiet Book

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