Kindergarten Morning Work Binder
Is your morning routine chaotic? The Morning Work Binder is here to save your sanity! Just prep at the beginning of the year and you're set! Your students will practice skills year round using dry erase markers. Just erase and reuse daily! #kindergarten #morningwork
Behavior Expectations and Think Sheet
Teaching behavior expectations in kindergarten is important, especially in the first few weeks of school. This often sets the stage for your class for the entire year. For students to fully understand what is expected of them, it is important that teachers address and teach these expectation. I usually spend a lot of time during the first weeks of school teaching student expectations and classroom behaviors. We complete sorts of good choices and bad choices in the classroom and discuss what…
Our pen control and tracing printables are a fun way to teach toddlers how to hold and use a pe.
Our pen control and tracing printables are a fun way to teach toddlers how to hold and use a pen. With Straight Lines and Curved line tracing its a great practice. #tracing #learningwithkids #pencontrol #worksheets #worksheetsforopreschool #learningnumbers #kidsactivities #homeschool #getcreativwithkids #toddleractivities #childrenactivities #playbasedlearning #letthemplay #learningathome #kindergarten #preschool
Back to School Bulletin Board | Apples Bulletin Board | Fall Bulletin Board
Are you looking for an easy apple cut and paste craft as you head back to school? This apple craft is easy to prep and easy to complete! Students simply cut and paste the worm and apple together. Writing paper is also included for students who need more of a challenge. This craft makes an adorable display for bulletin boards, hallways and classroom doors and is best suited for students in Preschool, Kindergarten, First or Second grades.
#KindnessRules: Kindness Sort
Teaching our students to be a good friend and be kind to one another is often something that gets lost in the fast paced world of education. We often tell our students to "be a good friend" or "be kind", but how often do we TEACH them how to do this? A group of 9 TpT sellers have collaborated to bri...
6 Ways to Create a Caring Classroom | One Kreative Kindergarten
Want to start the year off on a positive note? Read about the 6 ways I create a caring classroom in the first couple of weeks!
Welcome Name Tag Necklace Activity for the First Day of School | MJCS
Welcome your students on the first day of school with this editable name tag necklace activity, perfect for kindergarten and first-grade classrooms.
The Big List of Skip Counting Activities
Skip counting ideas and activities for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade math class. This post contains affiliate links. If you teach 1st or 2nd grade you've probably spent a lot more time
First Week Favorites for Back to School Time - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
This First Week Favorites Unit is meant to take care of the rules and routines and the short choppy time when a quick helpful activity is needed! Not only will you find terrific and engaging ways to set up your routines and rules, but you’ll do so in ways that promote a caring community and promote team building and friendship along the way!
Hopes And Dreams
One of my favorite activities to do during the beginning of the school year is to write our hopes and dreams for kindergarten. It’s so much fun to see what my ‘staches want to learn in…
Kind Words Sensory Lesson Friendship Activity
Do you need a hands-on, sensory lesson to teach about kind words? You will love this! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and even older kids! Also part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids!
Back to School Charts FREEBIE
I love using charts during the first week of school to get to know my new friends in my room! In this pack you will find a collection of three Back to School Charts perfect for the first week of school! Here's what you get: -"First Day Feelings" Chart- graph how your kiddos feel on their first day...
Setting Goals With Students - School and the City
Hey teacher friends! I am so excited to show you my new tool for goal setting and data tracking in my classroom. But first, let’s rewind to August. During the first week of school, students filled out these goal sheets. They wrote in one goal for each category. It made for a gorgeous, colorful, and ... Read More about Setting Goals With Students