Pick a flower or plant and lay on top of a small piece of clay and use a rolling pin to make an imprint in the clay. let it harden. Paint. Add a magnet to the back.
Cute door idea. I'd have students write what they are thankful for.
Heads Down, Vocabulary Up- a fun way to practice vocabulary and keeping kids engaged in the classroom!
Brain Breaks For The Classroom. This pack is HUGE with 52 brain breaks AND an editable file to add your own!
10 ways to praise Fun classroom ideas for cultivating a positive culture of praise and encouragement!
"Sticky Teaching" - Smart Teaching, understanding what a brain can't ignore (infographic, from Chris Lema)
Build a "Thankful Tree" in your classroom. Each child can share what he/she is thankful for on a leaf (their handprint!). A great way to talk about all that we are grateful for. #Thanksgiving #Preschool
Washington Monument, Washington, DC
What is Brain-Based Learning? Brain-Based Education is the purposeful engagement of strategies that apply to how our brain works in the context of education.
spooky ghost candle would work on any glass