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A Teaching Mommy
the vintage umbrella: Preschool Alphabet Projects. Letters I-P (do all the alphabet like this for classroom decor) Preschool Letter Crafts, Alphabet Letter Crafts, Abc Crafts, Preschool Projects, Alphabet Book, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Activities, Letter Tracing, Letter Art

Preschool Alphabet Projects... Letters I-P

Welcome back... today's letters are I-P. I just love this project. I will be sending the books home with the preschoolers next week...

Mommy Lessons Library Storytimes - Key to Reading Success! Kids Learning Activities, Spring Activities, Science Activities, Weather Activities, Preschool Science, Preschool Lessons, Indoor Activities, Teaching Ideas, Preschool Weather

Library Storytimes - Key to Reading Success!

I have kids who completely crazy for reading. And they all started reading at a very young age. So people ask me frequently my tips and tricks for early readers. One of my favorite tips is going to library story times. I feel that kids learn valuable lessons simply from the structure of story time and the process of sitting down and listening. It helps foster a love for reading, which ultimately will be what gets your kids reading over and over again. Our story time is full of stories…

Kite beads Simple Math Game for Preschool and Kindergarten. String the beads on the kite. Numbers Preschool, Math Numbers, Preschool Kindergarten, Preschool Learning, Teaching Math, Preschool Activities, Montessori Elementary, Preschool Alphabet, Montessori Preschool

Math Games for Preschool and Kindergarten: Greater Than, Tally Mark Rhyme, and More!

We've spent the last week collaborating with our friends at Abc Teach to bring you fun ideas, learning centers, and games for Math games at home or in the classroom.

 I have been putting this one off for a while because I wanted to do some kite activities and it's been too. Felt Boards, Children Activities, Kites, In Kindergarten, Pre School, Literacy, Toddlers, Homeschool, Classroom

K is for Kite

This week we are on the letter K. I have been putting this one off for a while because I wanted to do some kite activities and it's been too cold to actually fly a kite outside. I finally decided that I needed to move on with the alphabet before the kids forgot what we've learned. (Okay, they probably wouldn't, since I review all the letters with them during circle time, but still.) Since it's been raining for a few days and will continue to rain for the rest of the week (and possibly snow)…

Homophone Kites - Could be musical opposites like Pitch=High-Low, Volume=Loud-Soft, Texture=Thick-Thin, Tempo=Fast-Slow Teaching Music, Teaching Kids, Homonyms Activities, Kites Craft, Music Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Organization, Go Fly A Kite, School Themes


We studied homophones last week and in while in the spring spirit we made some kites! It was a simple, fun acitivy that turned out so cute... in my opinion. They wrote a homophone pair on each piece of the kite, with an illustration of each on the diamond shape. I wanted to hang them from the ceiling, but they were just too small. :( The bulletin board is not a disappointment though! Sorry about the lighting. The sun was hitting the hallway strangely. The pair of homophones on the diamond is…

 I would use these in my classroom after teaching contractions. I would divide students into groups and have each group create different contraction kites, then have them share and hang from the ceiling as reminders! Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Classroom Fun, Teaching Writing, Classroom Activities, Teaching English, Teaching Ideas, Grammar Activities, Future Classroom

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Another cute idea that would have to be modified from preschool (comes with link to kite pattern)

Cute little springtime dictionary skills idea from The First Grade Parade.word, guide words, page, definition all on bows and illustration on kite. Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Reading Centers, Student Teaching, Learning, Teaching Resources

Dictionary Skills Activity - Cara Carroll

Okay…so my kids don’t have them YET, but they have been introduced to this wonderful little resource. Resource is a BIG word in my class. My kids know that if they’re having trouble with something, they need to use a RESOURCE for help. Lately, they’ve been really curious about words and their meanings. I LOVE …

Paper Bags Kites There are many things to love about this DIY kite idea. Firstly, you will use paper that you would otherwise throw out. Secondly, the kids can help with the design. And third, you can construct the kite in less than half an hour. Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Paper Crafts, Diy Paper, Kid Art, Homemade Kites, Kites Craft, Dynamic Painting

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