Classroom Creations


Classroom Creations

  • 240 Pins

Creating a Teaching Portfolio that Gets You the Job!

Pinned from
luckeyfrogslilypad.blogspot.com

Preach!

Pinned from
pinitnow.blogshubspot.com

we made finger printed flower bookmarks for Mother’s Day. This is an idea that was included in Mother Goose Time curriculum several years ago. Brett made one for me & I just love it. This time I created my own template to make them. I’ve included the template below if you would like to try it. Just print, trim, finger paint & laminate. Punch a hole at the top and add a ribbon.

Pinned from
shareandremember.blogspot.com

"We use these in our school as a "face to name chart"...use a piece of masking tape or small post-it note to mark the children who are absent, and you know at a glance who's here, how many children you have, etc. Best idea admin came up with EVER."

Pinned from
pre-kpages.com

Wow...talk about organized!!

Pinned from
indulgy.com

Multiplication so easy a 4 year old can do it!

Pinned from
stuckathomemom.com

"Challenge capsules" for students who finish early-- keep those high achievers moving. I love the choice/surprise element here. It makes it a privilege, not a punishment. If we make sure the activities aren't just more of the same, this is great idea!

Pinned from
mrsgoldsclass.com

recipes for moon sand, flubber, sidewalk paint, window paint, play dough, shaving cream paint, bubbles, and more.

Pinned from
frugalvillage.com

Lesson on fairness

Pinned from
teach-from-the-heart.blogspot.com

Keepsake school ornament

Pinned from
etsy.com

Love this..."I had my kids draw themselves on little circles on the first day. I copied them and cut them to paste around a new page. I'm going to use it for a newsletter template."

Pinned from
rubberbootsandelfshoes.blogspot.com

Cute as a Button tree ornament to make

Pinned from
avisanderson.blogspot.com

Common Core ELA Standards by grade level with corresponding lessons and activities.

Pinned from
readtennessee.org

Ice Cream stick

Pinned from
ivaalex.blogspot.com

Great advice for all teachers

Pinned from
fun-in-first.blogspot.com

Elf Yourself Gonna have to remember this!

Pinned from
artwithmschiddo.weebly.com

Writing in salt (this site has Montessori & Montessori-inspired activities).

Pinned from
jen-peacefulparenting.blogspot.com

Penguins made out of water bottles

Pinned from
prekandksharing.blogspot.com

raised salt painting: create design with glue, cover glue with table salt. Touch watercolor brush on salt, without smearing and watch color be absorbed by salt. Let dry. This looks fantastic.

Pinned from
housingaforest.com

newspaper clipping and then let the child expand the picture.

Pinned from
artmommie.blogspot.com

Use the bracelets for assigning students into teams for class projects. Or if you want random team assignment, put the bracelets in a paper bag and have students choose their eyes and pick one.

Pinned from
buzzfeed.com

Stop what you’re doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom.

Pinned from
classroomcollective.tumblr.com

Interesting information from the school psychologist's files

Pinned from
schoolpsychologistfiles.com

Youtube:150 different nursery rhymes & children's songs with lyrics on screen!

Pinned from
youtube.com

I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups! This is pure GENIUS!!!

Pinned from
beyondthegrades.blogspot.com