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    Great trick for teaching children how to remember the positioning for lower case b and d

    Easy Letter Reversal Solution

    The B-D Song - for young children with letter reversals -been using the bed idea for years but didnt know there was a song!

    These freebie short vowel posters are great for teaching short vowel sounds. They give a visual and a hand motion. The hand motions really help my struggling readers with remembering the 'e' and 'i' sounds.

    Well isn't that neat...shows kids how to hold a pencil.

    Learn with Play at Home: Clever classroom trick for kids learning to write in the lines. --> super cute. love this!!

    $3.99 Frog Dissection from Punflay, is a greener alternative for teaching dissection in the classroom. This iPad app is suitable for middle-school students who are learning about organs and organ systems as part of their life science curriculum. Students can try dissecting a virtual specimen with all the trappings that come with the real procedure-minus the mess of course!

    Bb's and Dd' this!! @Kimberly Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Scott hope you can use this

    eye-lighter, to help with reading

    "Thumbs Up!" for 'b' and 'd' chart. Hold your hands up in front of you and give a thumbs up. B is first, then D. So you don't write b's and d's backwards. Cool!

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    I Know my Phone Number! TONS of meaningful Back to School printables for Kindergarten!

    Labeling speech sounds for kids to understand.

    4 all-time favorite activities for teaching phoneme segmentation.

    Perfect for teaching vivid verbs

    "Capitalisation anchor chart" .. Pinning this for when I get on my teaching course (note the WHEN not the IF) #positive #thinking

    a diy homework station - help your kid focus on his schoolwork in addition to teaching him how to tell time, the calendar, and identify different types of weather. and don't forget the free printables so you can make your own!! :) |

    A lesson in handwashing. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. Placeglitter on one student’s hand and have the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watch their reactions when they then have glitter (germs) on their hands!

    Have the heart to teach children.

    This helps me read you should try it.