Teaching procedures is an essential part of classroom management! Check out these tips to minimize wasted time and frustration and have a successful year!
Free Printable I Spy Emoji Game | Paper Trail Design
Free Printable I Spy Emoji Game. Boredom buster for fun summer, winter, or road trip travel games. Find the emoticon faces. #papertraildesign #ispy #boredombuster #roadtrip #kidsgames #kidsfreebies
Morning Greetings: Hug, Handshake, High-Five, or Fistbump
These colorful greeting signs will immediately impact your classroom culture! Post on your classroom door as teacher or a student greeter warmly welcomes classmates as students point to their greeting of choice as they enter the room. Greeting students will set a positive tone each day. Help your students feel welcome and safe the moment they arrive! Best of all, these greetings will help strengthen relationships by providing an opportunity for brief chit-chat and personal connections.
22 Kindergarten Anchor Charts You'll Want to Recreate
These kindergarten anchor charts will give you the tools you need to teach math, reading, friendship skills, and much more!
First Day of Kindergarten
The first day of school is almost here, and it is very important to have everything ready to go (ESPECIALLY IN KINDERGARTEN) so t...
Free Printable I Spy Back to School Activity | Paper Trail Design
Free Printable I Spy Back to School Activity. Classroom themed activity or game idea for the first day of school for students. #papertraildesign #firstdayofschool #firstday #filleractivity #printable #freeprintables #freeprintable #Ispybacktoschool
Top 7 Teacher Must Haves - %
Over the last four years, I have taught at two different schools, three buildings, and four classrooms. One of the rooms only had ONE bookcase and a rolling cart for storage (the desks didn’t have any storage either!)! I somehow got it to work. With all these changes, I have learned what I need and … Continue reading Top 7 Teacher Must Haves
How to Use Question of the Day – Primary Delight
Use Question of the Day in morning meeting to support reading and math in preschool and kindergarten. Learn tips to create daily questions.
Take Home Folders: Part 1
Tips and Tricks for getting your Take Home Folders set up, labeled, organized, and prepared for Back to School
Morning Songs FREEBIE
I love starting the school day with music. It sets the tone for the entire day! I love music, but I don't love most "kid's" music. I have spent years collecting songs that are uplifting and school-appropriate, and now I'm sharing them with you! In my classroom, I play one of these songs while I'm gr...
Supplies New Teachers Actually Need | True Life I'm a Teacher
Lost Tooth Bag Label! Great way to keep those baby teeth safe. #losttooth
Polka Dots Please - Inspiration & Ideas for Your Happy Classroom
How to Make Bulletin Board Letters - Polka Dots Please
How to Make Morning Meeting the BEST Part of Your Day
Every child, every day, should feel valued and included! Learn how to use Morning Meeting to build your classroom community.
Teaching Children to Use Glue Bottles
Using glue in the classroom is a skill my students learn the first week of school along with other rules and procedures. When your learners are not taught how to use their glue correctly things can get MESSY!
Question of the Day Graphing Questions Yearlong Bundle
Question of the day graphing questions for the entire year! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first grade. Use for attendance, morning meeting, graphing and more.
Best Books for the First Week of School
This list of read-alouds is great for the first week of school with your kindergarten students! These books and activities will help fill your school day when you head back to school. My kids favorite is definitely number 2!