Upper- and lower-case letter matching game (This site also has lots of cute ideas for pre and K)

Upper- and lower-case letter matching game (This site also has lots of cute ideas for pre and K)

ABC BOOK MADE OUT OF INDEX CARDS! This is so, so clever!  http://www.parents.com/fun/arts-crafts/kid/easy-paper-crafts-for-your-kids/?page=4

ABC BOOK MADE OUT OF INDEX CARDS! This is so, so clever! http://www.parents.com/fun/arts-crafts/kid/easy-paper-crafts-for-your-kids/?page=4

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas:  Activities to go with popular children's books.  Includes:  The Very Grouchy Ladybug, Dr. Seuss, If You Give A Moose a Muffin, Eric Carle, Bear Books, Paperbag Princess, It Looks Like Split Milk, Bees, Butterflies, Rainbows

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Activities to go with popular children's books. Includes: The Very Grouchy Ladybug, Dr. Seuss, If You Give A Moose a Muffin, Eric Carle, Bear Books, Paperbag Princess, It Looks Like Split Milk, Bees, Butterflies, Rainbows

Another pinner says: The motherload of teaching blogs. Search by the grade you teach and you will find a PLETHORA of awesome blogs dedicated to your level!

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Another pinner says: The motherload of teaching blogs. Search by the grade you teach and you will find a PLETHORA of awesome blogs dedicated to your level!

Awesome list of early Pk-1st grade books organized by theme, subject & behavior issues. Interrupting, tattling rhyming, self esteem, main idea, etc. *Some books even have questions or comprehension pages you can print *

Awesome list of early Pk-1st grade books organized by theme, subject & behavior issues. Interrupting, tattling rhyming, self esteem, main idea, etc. *Some books even have questions or comprehension pages you can print *

The kids sort lowercase letters by their features--short, tall, loops and tails. Some letters can be sorted more than one way. For example, a is short and has a loop; p has a loop and a tail. It's fun to find all the letters that can fit into 2 different categories. It's math and literacy all rolled together!

The kids sort lowercase letters by their features--short, tall, loops and tails. Some letters can be sorted more than one way. For example, a is short and has a loop; p has a loop and a tail. It's fun to find all the letters that can fit into 2 different categories. It's math and literacy all rolled together!

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