FREE Parent Flip Book Template + Astrobrights Colorize Your Classroom Contest | Kinder Craze | Bloglovin’

FREE Parent Flip Book Template Featuring Astrobrights Paper

FREE Parent Flip Book Template + Astrobrights Colorize Your Classroom Contest | Kinder Craze | Bloglovin’

Having a Number of the Day routine in your Kindergarten and first grade classroom can help build number sense and math fluency with repeated experiences with numbers. Kids will love learning about numbers with this FREE poster that teaches them numerals,

Having a Number of the Day routine in your Kindergarten and first grade classroom can help build number sense and math fluency with repeated experiences with numbers. Kids will love learning about numbers with this FREE poster that teaches them numerals,

Youer than You! Dr. Seuss was on to something and he had never even met Christian.

Careers at Target: Current Job Openings

Youer than You! Dr. Seuss was on to something and he had never even met Christian.

First Day of Kindergarten Photo Booth | Classroom idea for Meet the Teacher Night

First Day of School Photo Booth

What a fun way to teach the alphabet! These alphabet shaped books turn letter recognition, handwriting, and beginning sound activities into arts and crafts! This flip book can be used in an interactive notebook or stand solo! Includes find the letter printable too! No prep too! Find lots of other ideas for teaching the alphabet at this post too!

Alphabet Activities, Ideas & a Free Flip Book!

What a fun way to teach the alphabet! These alphabet shaped books turn letter recognition, handwriting, and beginning sound activities into arts and crafts! This flip book can be used in an interactive notebook or stand solo! Includes find the letter printable too! No prep too! Find lots of other ideas for teaching the alphabet at this post too!

A little sign, made with a frame and print out on the computer, that I use to update how many books our class has read collectively throughout the year. I use an overhead pen to write on the glass.

Classroom Environment

A little sign, made with a frame and print out on the computer, that I use to update how many books our class has read collectively throughout the year. I use an overhead pen to write on the glass.

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