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Paper Plate Cookie {Kid Craft}

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Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word, definition, etc... to guess their word. Love this idea.

Mrs. Lewis' Learning Library

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Simple Sheep Craft ~ No Time for Flash Cards

Five Senses - Touch and Learn - No Time For Flash Cards

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My 2012-2013 First Grade Classroom! Sugar and Spice

Sugar and Spice: My 2012-2013 First Grade Classroom!

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Fun Do It Yourself Craft Ideas

Fun Do It Yourself Craft Ideas - 30 Pics

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Building Shapes...good Math Tub idea

A, Bee, C, Preschool: Search results for building shapes

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Compliment Chain ~ record the compliments received for walking in line and for behavior in specials. The class receives one link for every compliment. When the chain hits the floor, they receive a reward. It is a very visual reminder of their excellent behavior!

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have a class mascot to do reminders - too cute!

Teaching with a Smile: Classroom Mascot... How cute is he?

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Teaching suffixes CLEVER idea! I think I will use these for the Greek and Latin Roots that we teach- put the root as the poster, write the words, definitions, and a picture! It's very visual, which I love!

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"summer vacation" i get 13days straight off work in about a week and im so stinking excited!!

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Parent volunteer gift for end of the year

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I made these today for my parent helpers. I included a gift card to Cowboy Coffee. Thank you to Annette for the cups and straws!

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fancy hand lotion! Great thank you gifts for parent volunteers, congregational committee members, team leaders, etc.

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She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

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Classroom Couture...I like the bookshelf along the teachers desk w the lamp and picture frames:-)

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Bubble Bag! The outside of the bags has adjectives describing the mystery object inside! This would be a great way to introduce describing words. Give a small group a bag. Have them write descriptive words for object. Trade with other group and they guess.

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Easy Way to Practice Adjectives: Preschool adaptation, letter at the bottom and words beginning with that letter stacked on top (for letter sound recognition and alliteration).

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Here are the five sentences I wrote for my kids.  Then we used a thesaurus and their genius little minds to come up with several alternatives that really packed a punch!

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The Literacy Shed. A collection of videos on each writing genre.

The Ghostly Shed

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LOVe the table...maybe try chalkboard paint for table in my class?

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quotation anchor chart

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You can see in this picture that I took the legs off of my small group table so that the kiddos can sit on the floor around the table. It saves room and lots of noise, not to mention helps with the "wiggles".

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Ticket Out the Door - great for exit slips

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