Cool beginning of the year project.

Love the unique decorations of these handprints! What a great "buddy" project to explore the idea of friendship in Judge Julie Truly. Each child will create on their level. They can take their handprints home.

Have kids write the reason on a white board and take a picture with them holding it, frame it for Mother's Day gift. So cute!

Mothers Day, Fathers Day or Grandparents Day gift idea .kids hold up a white board with their reason on it.

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing! A lot of these things are really fun and completely possible. I would definitely like to try these out as whole class rewards.

Great list of learning websites for kids

10 Free Learning Websites for Kids. My kids have gone on some of these and they are great learning sites! - Kiddos at Home

Cute visual for food chains.

This is an excellent approach to helping students understand the concept of a food chain in another way besides the classic food web. I bet you could use this idea for life cycles as well!

"I did this last year and the kids loved it!! Countdown to last day of school. Pop one balloon each day. Inside is a special surprise for the day. Ex. No homework, read outside, work with no shoes on, chew gum in the morning, etc."

"I did this last year and the kids loved it! Countdown to last day of school. Pop one balloon each day. Inside is a special surprise for the day. No homework, read outside, work with no shoes on, chew gum in the morning, etc." I love this idea!

Change to past tense (I saw, I heard) for younger kids to complete as whole class afterwards.

Pre-ESL exploration week // Our Nature Walk Activity- you can always modify the activity to have it completed after the walk so students can work on their past tense (I saw, I heard)

Cute punctuation explanation!

Punctuation - would be great for on an anchor chart or as a bulletin board to showcase student writing samples.

Molly is a shape/letter/number/word, etc. monster who is ALWAYS hungry!  Her mouth is a huge "pocket" that is attached with Velcro for easy emptying.  The words "letter"are interchangeable.  She's made from poster board and construction paper, and laminated for durability because she's so loved by the children!  She makes a great whole group, small group, or center activity to reinforce skills.

Molly is a shape/letter/number/word/math fact monster who is ALWAYS hungry! Her mouth is a huge "pocket" that is attached with velcro for easy emptying - the words "letter"are interchangeable.

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