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Blog dla nauczycieli języka angielskiego; gotowe materiały do prowadzenia          lekcji, pomysły, inspiracje.

Blog dla nauczycieli języka angielskiego; gotowe materiały do prowadzenia lekcji, pomysły, inspiracje.

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Circle time lessons about emotions for preschool. FREE printables included.

Circle time lessons about emotions for preschool. FREE printables included.

Snag this for FREE! Perfect for Back to School with kinders!

Snag this for FREE! Perfect for Back to School with kinders!

FREE All About Me Pre-K-K Pack  This Reading Mama

FREE All About Me Pre-K-K Pack This Reading Mama

When your kid is upset and crying, here are 10 helpful phrases that work better than "Stop crying." This is a must-read for every parent!

When your kid is upset and crying, here are 10 helpful phrases that work better than "Stop crying." This is a must-read for every parent!

Egg Carton Baby Bee Craft for Kids: Turn an empty egg carton into a cute bumblebee. Easy art activity for preschool or kindergarten! (Great for insect or bug units and perfect for spring, summer, or Earth Day!) ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Egg Carton Baby Bee Craft for Kids: Turn an empty egg carton into a cute bumblebee. Easy art activity for preschool or kindergarten! (Great for insect or bug units and perfect for spring, summer, or Earth Day!) ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

A Cuppa for Mama: Pre-School Science - Why We Have Bones

A Cuppa for Mama: Pre-School Science - Why We Have Bones

BONES, NO BONES - use surgical gloves filled with water (just water) or filled with popsicle sticks to emulate bones

BONES, NO BONES - use surgical gloves filled with water (just water) or filled with popsicle sticks to emulate bones

This was part of our science center during the week. We helped each child trace their hand and then they used our ink pads to make fingerprints of each finger. Once they were all done they took a magnifying glass and studied their prints and compared them to a friends print. What did they find? Everyone's fingerprints are unique - just like each of them!

This was part of our science center during the week. We helped each child trace their hand and then they used our ink pads to make fingerprints of each finger. Once they were all done they took a magnifying glass and studied their prints and compared them to a friends print. What did they find? Everyone's fingerprints are unique - just like each of them!