(Colourful Muppetry) Together Again by Alfonso Díaz Villaseñor
Free printable reading log + a great list of Thanksgiving Books for Kids! Fun November activities for kids
Every Friday Chase’s teacher asks her students to write down the names of 4 children with whom they’d like to sit the following week. She also asks the students to nominate one student whom they believe has been an exceptional classroom c
Early Childhood Themes. Thematic units for teaching preschool and kindergarten. Includes book recommendations, hands-on math and literacy activities, free printables and more!
The perfect spring activity for preschoolers! Practice those fine motor skills while learning about bees and how they pollinate flowers at the same time!
Numbers and Counting Activity via learning4kids (pinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources for #children
Wooden Toy SORTING STICKS A Montessori Inspired by applenamos, $32.00 #montessori #waldorf #educationaltoy This toy teaches colors, addition, subtraction, fine motor skills and you can use it in a sensory bin for scooping.
You can order a box of books from this site for $12.99. They will range from toddler to young adult books. Each box contains approximately 150 books (give or take). You can also order more age/grade specific books, but it costs a bit more. There is
2 Sets of 28 vector Christmas tree logotypes in cartoon style with different shapes and decorations for your design needs and Xmas decorations. Format: ai, tif stock vector clip art and illustrations. Free for download. Set name: "Christmas tree logo
parent function memory cards; can make this into a foldable with the name of the function and its corresponding graph
Great beginning of the year book! Always loved doing this one with my fifth graders... might work in first grade too
Building Number Sense in First Grade - use a dollar store 100 piece puzzle to make a cheap and easy math center.. so many great ideas on this blog!!
The Tree Lady: The True Story of How One Tree-Loving Woman Changed a City Forever Kate Sessions started out as a teacher when she arrived in San Diego in 1883, but she soon turned to horticulture, searching for a variety of drought-resistant plants a