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toilet paper rolls/paper towel rolls/brown paper bags made into this awesome tree

Tutorials: Paper Roll Twisted Oak Tree

Pumpkin craft round up at Crafty Morning.

Easy Pumpkin Crafts for Kids to Make this Fall - Crafty Morning

First Grade Blue Skies: BUStin' into School! Back to School Craft and Bulletin Board {Giveaway}

Use paint sticks and velcro to make a sequencing activity that can be used with any book.

Fingerprint Flower Pot Craft for Kids to Make #Mothers day gift idea

handprint craft for Mother's Day

Mother's Day Crafts for Kids - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl

Easter Craft for Kids using pom poms, clothespins, and paint!


I would have this hanging on my wall so that students can see what they need to work on instead of the teacher reminding them everything. I think students would enjoy this because it is a good see where they are and what they need to work on when they write. Also if a student is stuck on one thing another student can help them

100th day

Trace hands, cut out & glue down, except for the fingers. Make sums to 10 & record underneath.

Organic Teachers, Teachers Classroom, Teachers Products

ANY YEAR Editable Calendar

Sight Word Tic-Tac-Toe!

Valentine's Day Parts of Speech Coloring Activity on sale now through August 19 for $1.20! Use code "BTS13" at check-out for an additional 10% off! Stock up on holiday fun early, or use this grammar sheet anytime of year!

Valentine's Day Parts of Speech Coloring Activity

Pursuit of Joyfulness: Cut the Cake

Word families

Word Families list. TPT

Word Family Snowman.

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Very First Sight Word Sentences ~ High level of picture support. Designed to encourage repeated reading of text. A child colors one star each time he/she reads all the sentences on the page. Handy for fluency work and/or homework. ($)

Classroom Freebies: Hip-Hippo Ray 100 Day Activities

A FUN way to practice CVC Words with a Spring theme! $

This letter activity is a must for kids developing their fine motor skills. Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, Pre-K, Kindergarten, or Special Edu...

{Match the picture to the sentence. Fluency, sight-words, and comprehension!}