Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

You put an item in the mystery bag and then have the kids take turns asking questions to try to narrow down the possibilities. It is great to develop deductive reasoning skills.

had the kids turn and talk about why it's important to label things. We decided that labels help us know what is inside of a box, and labels help us know what pictures are in our illustrations. We made this label anchor chart.

Popcorn Words... Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Check out the blog post for a FREE recording sheet.

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Preschool Themes for Teaching Young Children

Great resource for early childhood themes. Also talks about WHY themes are beneficial in preschool and kindergarten.

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Kindergarten Goals Homework Insert (Kindergarten Common Core Overview)

This kindergarten skill goal sheet that is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what skills they have mastered. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box. Excellent motivation to meet kindergarten goals

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Free Educational Websites for Kids

Free Educational Websites for Kids! These are the Best Free Websites for Kids!

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Book of Structures for the Block Center

Create a photo book of famous structures from around the world to use in your block center. Great for kindergarten, preschool, and homeschool classrooms! Includes a link for a free 30-page structure book!

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Back to School Literacy Practice Pages Kindergarten- alphabet and more

This packet includes several literacy activities perfect for a kindergarten classroom at the beginning of the school year!! There are fifteen printable pages focusing on important kindergarten literacy skills, such as matching uppercase and lowercase letters, writing letters, building sentences, sorting by beginning sounds and emergent reading skills. $