11 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions for Kindergarten
Fun and simple ideas for classroom management are often found from the best resource available to teachers: other teachers! I've asked my Facebook readers to share their hallway transitions to help make your classroom management even easier. Here are their top hallway transition procedures and classroom management ideas. You're gonna love these ideas. I'm sure these have been passed on from teacher-to-teacher and from friend-to-friend, but you might find something new to try! Hallway…
Kinders Name Art
This is a GREAT first week of school art project for kinders! It allows them to practice letter recognition while helping the teacher remember their names!!! It's a win-win! I already had their names written on the black paper before they came to art class and set them at their individual spots so they know where their art seat is. I also read the book "Too Much Glue" to the class before we began. Let me tell you...I had 2 out of my 3 classes use gluesticks because the glue bottles weren't…
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!
Humpty Dumpty Craft
I put together a simple and fun Humpty Dumpty Craft for my kids yesterday. You can download and/or print my worksheet HERE. Directions: Help put Humpty Dumpty together again by cutting out the pieces and
Cotton Candy Playdough - mama♥miss
Introducing Cotton Candy Playdough! It’s super pretty & looks just like cotton candy, especially when you swirl the blue & pink together!
Cheap & Cheerful Christmas Crafts!
Hello again lovely friends! With Christmas fast approaching I wanted to stop by and share some easy and super cute craft projects that my kidlets worked on in their last few weeks of school. Because we finished on the 2nd of December we got into the Christmas spirit really early to make sure the classroom was looking gorgeous and festive before the school year ended. Let's start with some snowman fun! I've seen this cute snowman catching snowflakes project all over Pinterest - you can even…
Color Posters for Toddlers and Preschoolers
These full page color cards make working on colors with your toddler super easy and a ton of fun! Just hang them up on the wall and explore!
Preschool Lesson on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Nursery Rhyme
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, a popular children's nursery rhyme, can make a fun preschool lesson. This article includes a full preschool lesson on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star with a focus on the rhyme and its meaning, including story time, star art activities and a math shapes activity. From learning the meaning behind the nursery rhyme to learning facts about stars, this makes a great plan for any preschool setting.
Nursery Rhymes and a Freebie!
It's time for Doodle Bugs Teaching weekly linky 'Five for Friday'. Here is what my little loves did this week… We began one of my all-time favorite units of study….Nursery Rhymes! This week we focused on the following rhymes. At the end, we will put each page into a take-home book. After practicing 'The Itsy Bitsy Spider' and placing the spider in, out, above, below, and beside the spout, the little learners made their own version for our book. This idea came from 'The Vintage Umbrella' and…