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Our end of the year door. Each bubble has a picture from this school year.

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Small Group Ideas

Small Group Organization

Second Grade Nest: Small Group Ideas

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Name Art: what a fun way for kids to practice cutting, gluing, and tracing their names.

Kinders Name Art

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Color recognition, learning patterns, and making letters with unifix cubes. Pre-K literacy or math center activity

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What the Teacher Wants!: Getting Crafty with Michael's Create2Educate Sweepstakes

Getting Crafty with Michael's Create2Educate Sweepstakes

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Pattern Mats #Unifix Cubes #teacherspayteachers #backtoschool #backtoschool 2015 Recognizing and making patterns is a fundamental skill that should be mastered by students to develop good literacy and numeracy skills. This unit is composed of 5 sets of patterns (with three strips each) suitable for Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade students who are beginning or needing practice in recognizing and making patterns.

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from In My World

Sunday School Rules

Sunday School Rules FREE poster

Sunday School Rules - In My World

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classroom quote

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Yes! The school year has ended, and even though you are anxious to get started with summer- read this quick article. It will leave you with a few things to ponder as you bask in the sun or travel with your family!

How To Be A Better, Happier Teacher Next School Year

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Solve the pencil problem: cut straws then duct tape to the desk.

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Make this with the class - Print the picture of the kid on a poster and have students come up with what they think this would look like

Erica's Ed-Ventures: Classroom Management

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from Literacy Loves Company

Flexible Classroom Seating

Are you thinking about flexible seating for your classroom? Alternative seating can improve student focus, increase student participation, and motivate your learners. Here are some great seating choices, organization tips, and classroom management ideas for switching to alternative seating.

Flexible Classroom Seating

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Would love to have something like this the next time I have SPED kids in my class.

Free IEP Snap Shot / At a Glance Form

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Pete the Cat door decor! Love this for Back to School decor

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Ouchie Lotion is perfect for those "My arm hurts! Can I go to the nurse?" questions... a squirt of Ouchie Lotion and they're magically better! Click to get the FREE label and read more fun classroom management strategies and ideas!

20 Classroom Management Strategies You Can Start Right Away

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from Early Learning Ideas

Name Cards: Make Name Cards for Your Word Wall

Black and Neon .... Adding your kids' names and pictures to your word wall is a great way to create interest. Make name cards for your classroom word wall with the free template. Directions are included in the article. These would be great for a preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, early childhood classroom. They can also be used for other name activities and labeling cubbies etc. throughout your classroom.

Name Cards: Make Name Cards for Your Word Wall - Early Learning Ideas

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school hacks - Google Search

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QR Code Listen to Reading Book Rings

QR Code Listen to Reading Book Rings

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How Bourgeois: How I Easily Set Up and Now Organize Our Homeschool In a Small Space for Less! #homeschool #homeschooling

How I Easily Set Up and Now Organize Our Homeschool In a Small Space for Less!

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Running Record Calculator FREE for Apple IOS: Running Record Apps for the Classroom

Running Record Apps for the Classroom - Clever Classroom Blog

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3 little pigs story spoons. Also included hay for the hay house, spaghetti as sticks and wooden blocks for the brick house. More durable than puppets and the children love to act out the story.

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Morning Meeting Questions

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Morning Meeting Questions

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Great reminder for the beginning of the year: Routines, Routines, Routines! All in one list

Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten: Routines, Routines, Routines!

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from An Ethical Island

Pay attention, please…

Engaging students.

Pay attention, please...

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Beginning of the Year Questionnaire for Parents

Oh Boy It's Farley: Tho Sweet, Communication, & THANKS

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