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The Mitten by Jan Brett FREEBIE!
Be sure to check out my other resources you can use with The Mitten by Jan Brett!Click HERE for Close Reading Lessons using The MittenClick HERE for January themed Close Reading Super PackClick HERE for Guided Reading Lessons using The MittenHope you and your student have fun with this freebie!Sall...
Setting Up A Stellar Classroom and Home Reading Program
Read the tips for setting up a reading program for children using Daily 5, using leveled readers and book baskets. Create student reading folders with a FREE parent hand-out printable.
FREE Finger Spacing Hands!
How can children use these spacing tools for writing? This fantastic resource is perfect for teaching children how to add spaces to their writing. The handy hand will help them to create spaces in their writing at school or at home.Simply download the resource and cut out the hand. Teach your child to place the index finger of the hand next to the word they've written or at the end of a sentence. The gap made by the finger of the cut-out will indicate how much space they should leave when…
Welcome Greeting Signs- Updated
More Signs, Same Price!I use this sign with my kindergarten students. Each student points to which greeting they want and that is what they get when they enter the classroom. They love getting to choose a different greeting each day. Greeting include:hello hughigh fivefist bumpsmilesilly face...
Discussion Strategies and Accountable Talk in the Classroom
Use discussion Strategies and accountable talk to give all students the opportunity to share and engaged in classroom discussions and conversations. Go beyond "Turn and Talk."
Morning Greetings: Hug, Handshake, High-Five, or Fistbump
These colorful greeting signs will immediately impact your classroom culture! Post on your classroom door as teacher or a student greeter warmly welcomes classmates as students point to their greeting of choice as they enter the room. Greeting students will set a positive tone each day. Help your students feel welcome and safe the moment they arrive! Best of all, these greetings will help strengthen relationships by providing an opportunity for brief chit-chat and personal connections.
30 Ways to Use Amazon Echo Dot in the Classroom · Kayse Morris
amazon-echo-dot-in-the-classroom Teachers! Are you using the Amazon Echo Dot in the classroom? Here's 30 reasons why you should start using Alexa today. #amazonecho #amazonechodot #alexa #alexaintheclassroom #teachingonless
Winter Pattern Blocks
I love using pattern blocks in the classroom. They can be used to teach so many skills including visual discrimination, identifying shap...
Snowy Print Scenes for "The Snowy Day"
For this activity you will need to find someone who sews alot. They will have plenty of empty spools and if not, they can save them for yo...