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New School Year = New Decor Ideas
I love decorating my classroom, and it can be challenging to come up with something that catches they eye of a high school student. Here'...
10 Preschool Transitions-- Songs and Chants to Help Your Day Run Smoothly
Preschoolers LOVE music. They enjoy moving, making sounds, and singing! There’s something about music that draws them in and points their attention at whoever is making music. A few summers ago, I took a class on early childhood transitions with a lot of preschool teachers. The course was designed to help teachers plan out an effective …
Physical Education / Gym / PE Rules Poster
This poster can be used in the physical education classroom or gym. The four rules will help students make smart choices as they get fit and have fun in your special enrichment class!
Japanese Numbers: How to Count 1-10 in Kanji & Hiragana [Infographic]
When you learn to count in Japanese you'll be able to communicate more effectively. Here's how you can learn the Japanese numbers 1 - 10 in kanji and hiragana.
This supports the Consequence section of my Choice Checker (sold in my store). There is also a matching Think About It reflection as well.
The Athletics Challenge Cards can be used in Core PE lessons to allow independent learning to occur. Groups can be tasked with the challenge of completing as much of the card as possible while the teacher facilitates the learning taking place. The pack contains sprinting, sprint start, shot put
The Best Ideas Around
There sure are a lot of amazing things on Pinterest. What a brilliant website – it saves all the great things much better than my brain could! Decorating Brittani’s music room really g…
Art Room Rules and Procedures
I remember being a first-year elementary art teacher and being somewhat overwhelmed with the amount of project examples and classroom decorations that needed to be made. I have created this "Art Room Rules and Procedures" document that I review with my 3rd-5th grade students at the beginning of each...
The 7 Rules Of Handling Difficult Students
If you're like most teachers, two or three difficult students take up most of your time. On the days when they're absent, or pulled from your class, everything goes smoothly. Teaching is more fun. You're more relaxed. And you can cruise through your lessons without interruption. Hooray! But when they're sitting in class, which seems
Blast off with a Book
By Helen Muxlow Helen Muxlow, Library Manager from Karori West Normal School has let us share her wonderful Space display. It makes a great impact! I like the title 'Blast off with a Book' and the school initials on the rocket. The rocket is made of card and just staple gunned to the wall giving a semi 3D shape. Thanks Helen.
Teaching Sorting in FDK
Hi guys! Today I wanted to share with you my favourite lessons and resources for teaching sorting in Kindergarten! LESSONS: First of all here are my plans for sorting: You can click on the image above to download the plans in PDF for easy printing! On Day 1, I introduce our learning goal for sorting and define sorting: Then we practice sorting by colour! I prepare a bag of items and have the students sort them into hoola hoops. After the lesson I transferred them onto canvas to display as…