Teaching With Terhune
A teaching blog for primary teachers, especially first grade teachers, to get activities, worksheets, and ideas to use in the everyday classroom.
Friends~I made the cutest Hurty Box for back to school!
Friends~I made the cutest Hurty Box for back to school! I have been working on a new author study to use with my class the first few weeks...
Pinterest top 10 for next school year
Pinterest is an explosion of wonderful ideas, and at times can be overwhelming. I decided to wade through my "For School" board and pick the...
Age Group: Junior Kindergarten and Senior Kindergarten Topic: Self-Esteem Book: Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon Activity: I Like Me! Activity Page
A Tree of Gratitude - The House of Hendrix
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make a cape
To wrap up my month organizing activities for my co op, I made Super Me capes for the kids to decorate. The idea was that they could depict ...
We bought a house with a backyard, and all he wants to do is stare out the front window. What gives? All I know is that it makes me feel a lot better
Six Tools for Building a Child's Confidence | TinkerLab
“As you become more clear about who you really are, you’ll be better able to decide what is best for you – the first time around.” – Oprah Winfrey One of my close friends recently asked me what I hope my children will take with them into adulthood, and it sort of stumped me. I […]
New Student Orientation - You are O 'fish' ally Awesome!
It's that time of year again, when we welcome our new students to our school. To introduce the students to our school, I came up with th...
6 Ways to Encourage Children to Take Risks
When my girls were young toddlers, I remember walking on a high bridge that crossed a creek near our home. There was ample, tall metal fencing protecting us from falling into the water. But memories of a news story I wrote as a young journalist of a child that drowned haunted my every thought that day and all I could do was rush my curious toddlers along, sweeping them away from their live-in-the-moment tendancy and rush them to safety far, far away from that raging creek. Sweat formed on my…