In order to keep kids from talking in class, you can put this up on the screen that way we can virtually monitor how loud we are. This could be a great way to make sure we get marbles or not.

Brag Bracelets are an awesome classroom management tool and have been super popular in my classroom. Students work hard to earn them and are super excited when they receive one! I particularly love the fact that students get to take them home which helps to create a positive teacher/parent communication channel. This pack includes 24 different BLACK AND WHITE brags bracelets to use for multiple occasions. I print them on bright colored paper and they look super cute!!!

Brag Bracelets - Ink Friendly Black and White

Brag Bracelets are an awesome classroom management tool and have been super popular in my classroom. Students work hard to earn them and are super excited when they receive one! I particularly love the fact that students get to take them home which helps to create a positive teacher/parent communication channel. This pack includes 24 different BLACK AND WHITE brags bracelets to use for multiple occasions. I print them on bright colored paper and they look super cute!!!

The benefits of a sign-in book for early childhood classrooms (or home schools). Includes a link to a free download. A great way for kiddos to practice writing their names in a simple, quick way.

Preschool Name Writing Tool: The Sign-In Book

The benefits of a sign-in book for early childhood classrooms (or home schools). Includes a link to a free download. A great way for kiddos to practice writing their names in a simple, quick way.

Sand Foam. You can make this beautiful sensory foam with only two ingredients!

Sand Foam...two ingredients for super, sensory fun

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!

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