One more anchor chart... One we do near the beginning of the year. I'm not trying to squash their creativity and stress there are MANY ways you can draw people. Just trying to get them to stop making people look like (as my kids say)
Kids are very interested in the letters in their names. Sorting letters with name cards is a great way to help kids learn the alphabet. A cookie sheet with a washi tape divider makes an excellent tray for sorting magnetic letters. This is a great literacy activity for preschool and pre-k.
This pre-kindergarten skill goal sheet is a one page sheet of typical skills that a student may learn. It is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what skills they have mastered and document the child's learning. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box.
These Cheesy Stuffed Meatballs and Potatoes might be a slow-cooker recipe but they’re sure to be a fast favorite with the extra creamy goodness of VELVEETA MIni Blocks. Get the full Liquid Gold recipe and more at http:// www.kraftrecipes.com/velveeta.aspx
Trust us, you’re going to want to try these Budweiser Bacon BBQ Beans. Combine Bud, chopped bacon, sautéed onions, baked beans, barbecue sauce, spicy brown mustard, molasses, and brown sugar in a large mixing bowl. Pour the mixture into a skillet and lay some strips of bacon over the top. Let the beans simmer for about 30 minutes and serve up at your next backyard party.
Perfect Oven Fried Chicken - Anna Can Do It! * This Oven Fried Chicken with crunchy breaded outside and juicy, soft inside is just perfect for dinner, lunch and even for a breakfast sandwich. Since it's a freezer friendly recipe, you can make these ahead. Just grab them from the freezer, push them in the oven and within 20 minute you have a delicious meal.