(FREE) Classroom Character Expectations - Being KIND Poster
Inside you will find a FREE poster to display in your classroom. This poster is a great way to remind your students to be KIND. This poster can be found in a larger set by clicking ⟶ Classroom Expectations Posters Included are color and a matching black/white poster. The color poster is for han...
FREE Parent Handout: This Is Actually Why We Play
There’s so much more to kindergarten readiness than letter recognition. Maybe it’s because I’ve always wanted to be a teacher…but it baffles me that families don’t un…
What's the Weather?
We have been having so much fun learning about weather and seasons. I think every year my students always love science and this year seems to be no different. I like starting out with weather as our first science unit because the experiments are really easy for the first graders this early in the year and they are all low prep. I am all about keeping it simple. Our first experiment was after we had learned about the water cycle. I wanted to have them experience evaporation. It's not able to…
Preschool Alphabet Letter Building Templates
Want a fun little activity to help children with letter recognition? Check out these great letter building templates. It's an alphabet puzzle for each individual letter! My daughter loved these and calls them her letter puzzles.
Four Seasons Colouring Page
Here are four trees for the children to colour in, illustrating their changes with the four seasons. Do the whole page at once, or cut out each tree to make a separate small colouring page - perfect for a classroom of children.
Setting Up a Guest Reader Program in Your Classroom - Babbling Abby
I am a BIG proponent of having guest readers in our classroom for several reasons. First of all, it's one way to bridge the gap between home and school. Parents, grandparents, and even older siblings were always welcomed to be a guest reader and their student was always OVER THE MOON when they had a family member show up in the classroom to read. This is a great program for all elementary grades, from preschool through fifth!
The First Grade Parade - marching through a primary world
Happy first day of Spring to you!!! To be completely honest, I'm not sure Texas even had a winter. Well, not much of one anyway. A few chilly days, but nothing to write home about. I'm definitely NOT complaining....I'm cold when the temps dip below 80 degrees...but it's crazy to think it's already SPRING!!!! And you know what that means?! Summer break is only 48 short days away...but who's counting?! #andalltheteacherssaidAMEN Now let's get on with the reason we're here! WEATHER. Y'all. Have…
Bucket Filling for Classroom Management - Just Reed & Play
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