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What the Teacher Wants!

Grandma's idea - color coordinated Easter egg hunt.

non treat reward ideas

Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

Counseling Hearts: Anger Experiment I think I would use different amounts of ingredients to get different reactions to demonstrate how little angers can turn into explosions.

Super awesome website for Nursing Students ♥ Lots of great tips and tricks. I couldn't have found this at a better time! Have abdomen check off next week!

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Story stones. Create stories using common pics/icons on stones.

A guide of where your child should be in lettered reading programs. They always show this to you in conferences and then I can never remember the levels. fountas and pinnell

Science activities inspired by Dr. Seuss books - 30 ideas for 12 books. You’ll find activities that practice measuring, graphing, and observation skills, explore baking soda and vinegar, and lots more!

  • Alison Kirkton

    Foot book standard measurement tracing and measuring one another's feet. Red Fish, Blue Fish ... sorting colored goldfish crackers

Colored rock candy is the science experiment that you can eat. | 24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

I EXTREMELY DISLIKE these people... especially the one who correct spelling mistakes after FIVE HUNDRED other people already have.

Time Check - throughout the day teacher announces "time check" and students record the time from the classroom clock. At the end of the day they earn a sticker if they get all 4 correct.

Figurative Language Using Poetry: Ready to Use worksheets, poems included! $

gruffalo story stones

ideas for adapting board games for therapy

ST PATRICKS DAY: St. Patrick's Day craftivity and writing idea. So cute!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

but you have to keep treading ... Don't ever give up

Cool pics of idioms - some aren't appropriate for school (some aren't idioms either) but still useful

Reading Fluency Phrases These reading phrases are perfect for a quick fluency practice for emergent and/or struggling readers! NO PREP needed :)

life doesn't get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient

Early Literacy Pretend Play

next year mother's day project-hold a small chalkboard with their answer