Five for Friday: March 10
Hey hey! Is it anyone else's first day of SPRING BREAK??? I'm so excited and ready for much needed R&R but first I wanted to recap my week. I know school may be the last thing on your mind right now but I hope you can use some of these ideas when you go back to school! 1. ST. PATRICK'S DAY COUNT/ADD & FILL I had lots of St. Patrick's Day activities I had made from last year (you can see those here) but making centres is one of my favourite things about teaching, so I couldn't resist making a…
Kindergarten Stamping Center ideas for the win!
Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students. I made my first stamping unit in October of 2011! WOW! It has undergone a few revisions over the years,
Preschool Art at the Easel
Working on a horizontal surface such as at the easel puts a whole new spin on preschool art. You can purchase an easel or create your own table top easel, such as our acrylic page holder easels. Each of our toddler and preschool classrooms is equipped with an easel, as well as outdoors. They are used in a variety of ways, with different tools and materials. . . This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. . . The benefits of working on an easel: . Fine motor: Moving the painting…
Writing Center for Preschool and Pre-K
How do you store supplies such as markers, pencils, paper, and crayons in your writing center? Setting up a writing center in your classroom can be challenging, but with a few simple tricks you can have a fully functional and organized center in no time! Writing Center Set Up in Preschool I get asked often ...
FREE Alphabet Printable for the Pocket Chart
*This post contains affiliate links. I posted a week ago or so, showing the youtube ABC links that MBug likes to watch. She is still a little obsessed with the Phonics Song 2; well, “obsessed” may not be a strong enough word! 🙂 Lately, she also has taken to our pocket chart. If I have ... Read More about FREE Alphabet Printable for the Pocket Chart
DIY Easy and Cheap Erasers for Whiteboards
Today I’m sharing a quick, easy, and cheap tip to make DIY erasers for whiteboards. I don’t know about you, but I NEVER have enough erasers for my classroom. They are always disappearing…kinda like socks in my house! This article along with several others on The Printable Princess site contain Amazon affiliate links. These links make shopping ... Read More about DIY Easy and Cheap Erasers for Whiteboards
Pets Activity Printables for Preschool - Read, Color and Draw - Make a Book
This is a set of activity pages about pets for early learners. Each page can be completed individually as an addition to a pet unit. The pages can be also be stapled together to make an activity book. 12 pages. Things to do for each page: • Talk about the animal – would it be a good pet? Food, play, exercise, habitat etc. Would you like one? • Read the words. Children “read” the words. • Add things to the pet picture – ball, leash, kitty toy etc. • Draw a similar pet in the rectangle space…