Great visual for teaching Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech.

How have u taught diversity to your kids?

Oreo Moon phases-Awesome...

kindergarten/1st grade activities for diversity Martin Luther King, Jr. Guided Drawing Freebie Plus Other Activities click here

What a fun way for your students to learn how to tell time.

Good FHE lesson...The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. great for teaching that mistakes are ok...and how to learn from mistakes. So great for setting up a positive learning environment. Good for beginning of year

Why we have rules. Short video to intro rules lesson

This is another way to incorporate diversity into preschool learning centers. Can use in science center! During "all about me" unit, kids tried these knee high stockings on their arms to see which one most closely resembled their skin.

Use soap containers to keep flash cards and playing cards together. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

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Bulletin Boards, Classroom Doors! Such a cute way to use CTP's Speech Bubble Cut-Outs!

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Library Activity I hide this flower in a book and see if it returns. I wanted to see if the students are actually opening up the books they are checking out. It has been a fun activity.

Maybe this should be my back to school bulletin board...but this would take some work!

Tons of Montessori activities- take a look at this when Tinley is a little older.

Today I’m sharing some my favorite iPad apps and activities for practicing sight words. All of...

BE! LOVE this!!! The wall outside my room. Next year...

Walking on Egg Shells and 25 other cool science projects

The Standard Reading Writing Center was designed for teachers that need something simple, yet effective.With (2) dry erase boards, a book ledge,chart hooks and magnets, this teaching easel comes with everything you need to present students with an engaging lesson -- and nothing you don't. #RC106

Iceberg activity - about "living above the water line" and being comfortable in your own skin. Great for Middle School