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How do you teach writing to Kindergartners? I am sharing some tips on Teaching Guided Drawing to Beginning Writers. Drawing is an important skill!
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At Home

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Writing anchor chart for revising and editing! This chart helped my third graders revise and edit their writing during Writing Workshop.

Writer’s Workshop

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Main Idea and Details Anchor Chart First Grade {image only}


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Kristy Douglas on Instagram: “This new cozy, comfy corner immediately makes me feel so happy when I walk into my classroom!💛 With all the change that this year has…”

Theme + Decor

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BTS in a FLASH! Decor. Sports themed focus board that displays classroom rules, I can statements, character traits, weekly story and vocabulary. All in a clean eye pleasing format.


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The Cleverest Third Grade Classroom Management Tools and Ideas

Classroom Management

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If you teach middle school history, these are some of the most hands-on engaging lesson plans and activities you can find! Great for 8th grade US History or World History in the middle grades!
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Social Studies

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Weather Sensory Bottles - Such a fun way for Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten age kids to explore weather!
Water cycle in a bag #experimentsforkids #STEM #rookieparentingscience

Science Inquiry

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This would be a fun activity the students would enjoy. Bowling would also be a familiar activity for them. The students would be able to practice the idea of taking away a quantity from a bigger quantity.
This will be a great resource for introducing math concepts. It would integrate math and literacy. Having these books available for the children will also give the students great references and examples for different concepts.
This would be an easy activity the students could do as practice for subtraction in a math center. The students would create a large quantity, "smash" a smaller quantity, and then see the remaining quantity. Using play dough is simple and familiar to them.

Concrete Operations

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These worksheets use 3D manipulatives and then goes to 2D as the students understand the parts. This activity would be great to introduce the concept of different parts making up one object.
These complex materials would not be familiar to the students, but it would be great to give them the opportunity to get familiar with them. This activity allows the children to take parts and experiment at putting them together to make one object.
This is an appropriate visual for introducing fractions. It is a simple 2D tool that students can use as a reference when comparing fractions. These would definitely be for older grades that are starting to learn about fractions and not just the concepts of parts and wholes.

Parts & Wholes

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This would be a great and easy activity to do during snack time! The teacher could give the students these mats and set up a naturalistic or informal experience for them. The materials are simple and familiar.
Coins are a good manipulative to sort with maybe 1st and 2nd grade when they are learning the different coins. It would allow the students to practice identifying the different coins, naming them, and remembering how much they are worth. This would develop a skill that they will need throughout their life. You could also integrate social studies with coins by discussing the different pictures and symbols on the coins.
Sorting by different shapes is great for both classifying and introduction to geometry. Using familiar objects also helps children be aware of how shapes are found in everything. These 2D pictures are more complex though, so this should be an activity in maybe kindergarten or first grade.

Logic & Classifying

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Make this sweet and simple phot frame craft with crafts sticks, rubber bands, and washable markers! #craftsforkids #easycraftsforkids #artforkids
Remember those simple little diamond shaped yarn weavings we all made at summer camp with just two popsicle sticks and a some colorful yarn? Who knew that god's eyes, which originated from Mexico's Huichol Indians, can be so beautifully complex, incredibly dramatic, and so wonderfully

Summer Camp

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