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Primary education

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Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.

Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.

Magic Beans Game | Free Early Years & Primary Teaching Resources (EYFS & KS1)

Illustrated activity sheet describing a really fun whole class activity that involves the children running around pretending to be magic beans and avoiding capture!

Ideal Classroom Arrangement for Primary Education in Malaysia

Classroom is a common place for teacher and students to do teaching and learning process. A classroom usually comprises of at least 30 students in a common primary school in Malaysia. With that number of students, it is quite difficult to fit them...

Awesome, Easy and Free Creative Movement Activities - #singplaycreate #creativemovement #musicclass #musicclassactivities #creativemovementactivities #musiceducation #brainbreaks #brainbreakideas #freebies #games #musicgames

Awesome, Easy and Free Creative Movement Activities - #singplaycreate #creativemovement #musicclass #musicclassactivities #creativemovementactivities #musiceducation #brainbreaks #brainbreakideas #freebies #games #musicgames

This is a fun worksheet about adjectives and their antonyms. Students match each word in Twin Tom with its opposite in Twin Tyrone.

This is a fun worksheet about adjectives and their antonyms. Students match each word in Twin Tom with its opposite in Twin Tyrone.

Launch character education and kindness with Bucket filling. This pack has lesson plans, anchor charts and an interactive bucket filling display that your students will use to fill each others buckets.

Have you heard about Bucket Filling? I first heard about it a few years ago when a colleague shared the book How Full is Your Bucket for Kids. I fell in love with the book. It is a great story that illustrates how much words and actions impact others but in a kid-friendly way. After sharing the book with them, they were eager to share about ways their bucket has been filled AND dipped. I loved the idea behind it and wanted to give it a go in my classroom. The first year I tried it, it was a…