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Turn the process of learning sight words into a fun board game with this DIY printable set!  You can almost SEE the fun floating through the air!

Turn the process of learning sight words into a fun board game with this DIY printable set! You can almost SEE the fun floating through the air!

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients. 1 cup conditioner (the cheaper the better), 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch, Glitter (optional)

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients. 1 cup conditioner (the cheaper the better), 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch, Glitter (optional)

10 great videos to help kids practice counting to 100~Many of these incorporate movement too! They make great brain breaks.

10 great videos to help kids practice counting to 100~Many of these incorporate movement too! They make great brain breaks.

When my oldest son was seven years old, I decided to take him out to dinner one night.

When my oldest son was seven years old, I decided to take him out to dinner one night.

I love counting songs. In this great kids video, we count to 100 and exercise. This is a great math song to start your day with, as a brain break or use it during indoor recess. PE Teachers will love it too as it emphasizes physical education and aerobic exercise. www.jackhartmann.com

I love counting songs. In this great kids video, we count to 100 and exercise. This is a great math song to start your day with, as a brain break or use it during indoor recess. PE Teachers will love it too as it emphasizes physical education and aerobic exercise. www.jackhartmann.com

Foundation PC 1.1 Objective: the children will be able to show that they can suck the juice threw a straw with ease.

Foundation PC 1.1 Objective: the children will be able to show that they can suck the juice threw a straw with ease.

Quirky Discipline Rules That Work.   I LOVE the 8pm Rule.  Who am I kidding, I love them all. Some of these can be used in the classroom as well.

Quirky Discipline Rules That Work. I LOVE the 8pm Rule. Who am I kidding, I love them all. Some of these can be used in the classroom as well.