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Assignment idea for teaching prepositions. Give kids an object (Lego piece or toy) and they have to go around and take photos of them in, behind, in front of etc different objects.

Prepositions: Vocabulary for Beginning Readers

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What is happening during the first week of school. Great ideas!!! Launching writers workshop, daily 5, and morning work!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Highlights of our Learning Launch!

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35 non-worksheet ideas for kids who hate handwriting

Handwriting Activities for Kids | No Worksheets

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WAAAY cooler than hopscotch! sidewalk fun, cool way to keep kiddos entertained! | matty angel.

10 Sidewalk Chalk Ideas That’ll Keep Kids Entertained for Hours

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The Thinker Builder: How I Arrange My Classroom Library [Part One in the Classroom Library Series]

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The 2×10 strategy: a miraculous solution for behavior issues? Love this idea! So simple but so powerful! Another great post from Angela Watson of the Cornerstone for Teachers.

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Color words/ The kids dump them out on a table or on the floor and sort the letters by color. and then they spell each color word using the correct colored letters. As an extension, my little ones love to then write the color words using the correct color of crayon.

Young & Lively Kindergarten: Color Word Practice on a Budget

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What the Teacher Wants!: Rachelle's Classroom Reveal

What the Teacher Wants!: Rachelle's Classroom Reveal

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12 projects for Kids using GLUE - simple and fun ideas to try using a basic craft supply!

Glue Projects for Kids! - The Pleasantest Thing

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ShareTweet Hello, everybody! Today I am going to tell you about my all time favorite apps for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and First Grade. Of these, my personal favorites are marked with a star*, too, so that you will know that these … Continue reading →

Favorite iPad Apps for Pre-K, K, 1

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Bulletin Board Ideas! A great blog post with the Top 10 Ways to Make Your Bulletin Boards Pop! LOVE this!!!

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The 6 Levels Of Bloom's Taxonomy, Explained With Active Verbs - Edudemic I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!

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We love LEGO at my house. The kids build just about every day and they have even found a way to use LEGO bricks for school projects and homework. They do not make very good travel toys though, so I...

Free printable LEGO workbook

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School Is a Happy Place: A Peek Inside My Class and Two Freebies for Yours

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Second Grade Style: Math Games for the New School Year

Second Grade Style: Math Games for the New School Year

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Use this Connect Four game to have students practice their Spanish numbers. They have to say the equation aloud in Spanish along with the sum.

Lucky to Be in First!: Math Mania!

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Doodle Bugs Teaching {first grade rocks!}: Math Fact Fun

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This is such an important quote to share with your class.

Store: Jennifer-Tyner - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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Sketchy Doodle Flowers Vector Illustration

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Autism Spectrum Disorders can be…well confusing. No two children are alike. No two cases are the same. Doctors are still figuring out the ins and outs of the spectrum. Misinformation is plentiful. It can definitely be a beautiful mess to navigate. I am not a doctor or a therapist. I do not have all the...Read More »

Understanding High Functioning Autism

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Reflections About My Week - PYP reflection activity

Reflections About My Week

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The kids add a sticker every time they get a 100% on their spelling tests. As you can see from the sticker chart, we went from less that 50% of the kids achieving a 100% to almost 100% once we started keeping track of the data! The other charts consist of Excel graphs made up of various pieces of classroom data. The post-it notes on the graphs are the students "thinking" in regards to the data. This wall became a great motivational tool for my fifth graders!

Elementary Literacy Resources

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The College Girl Daily: How to color code your planner (without losing your mind)

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I think anyone that uses a Cricut whether it be for fabric or paper should own this cheat sheet

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