Kim Clark
Kim Clark
Kim Clark

Kim Clark

dance like no one is watching HeHe

Count forwards count back! (to 20)

Use clothespins with answers to practice addition. This can work for subtraction as well. #math #addition #kindergarten

Awesome gross science experiments! Make fake snot, find out what poop is made of, explore blood and more! Definitely not for the squeamish!

use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!

Great math center idea! Roll a die, write the number in middle box, then write number before and number after. Number line to help.

use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!

For either girls' birthdays. Scarlett would love to keep something like this in her room until her next birthday.

EOS Lip Balm Teacher Appreciation Printable | www.wineandglue.com | An easy and cute teacher appreciation note!

FREE - chants and cheers to learn and practice sight words. From Cara Carroll at First Grade Parade

Lots of possibilities! Laminate and use a whiteboard marker. Another First Grade Parade Freebie.

Subtraction Mat: Great idea..I think I'll try it with vehicle manipulatives!

RANDOM NAME SELECTOR: This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering! Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy! Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting

Click here to read about a fun way to teach classroom procedures whether it's the first month of school or a refresher course in the spring!

Love this. Great for teaching students to read to themselves and visualize what they read.

Math Printable Lacing Cards: Numbers 0-10 from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

The Teaching Thief - Metacognition Stems

Read alouds organized by strategy!!

Cute song for the seasons! (I think I would be confusing some kids with this one right about now...snow at the end of summer...O Canada. ⛄️

Flying into First Grade freebie - at/an, ag/am, ad/ap, en/ed, eg/et, it/in, ip/ig, op/ot, ob/og, ug/ut

Great idea for differentiation. Allows for reteaching while still keeping students engaged and learning. Wonder if the Daily 5 for math is similar?