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Leave this report form on your desk for your substitute to fill out and you will never return to your classroom confused again! Form details the following topics: your name and contact information, the date, a smiley face rating of the day, things
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Use this log to keep track of the steps in the "Read Naturally" Fluency Program. I used it with parent volunteers. My volunteers changed every day so this log was a form of communication. It showed the new parent how far the group had progressed on
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Glue an elbow macaroni in between each picture. Then, write the commas in the sentence. Teach students that if they use two macaronis, they need to write two commas. This lesson teaches commas in a concrete way. After they completed their
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After reading "A Tiny Seed" by Eric Carle to your class, have them complete the following graphic organizer to organize the events by season. They can draw or write a description of what happens to the seed in each season. This lesson can be
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Have students discover "how heavy of a load" each truck can carry. They can determine which cuisenaire rod equals which number or they can make combinations. Example... the 7 rod fits on one of the trucks. Students can place the 7 rod on the truck
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Students can use the hundreds board to solve this two-digit addition hidden picture. Each time the solve a problem, they can follow the directions and color the picture.
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Use these cards in small groups. Have students sort pictures by the short and long vowel sounds, or give them a card and have them spell the word on a whiteboard.
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Students will explore assembly line jobs and discover ways to make increase production. Through a simulation of a pizzeria, students will work together to complete specific tasks in the assembly line and collaborate to make their jobs more
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Printable clue game. This version teaches art history. The goal is to find out which artist spilled what color of paint on which famous piece of artwork. Choices include Monet, Renoir, Pissaroo, Morisot, Degas, Van Gogh and 9 selections of their
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Students can use the hundreds board to solve this two-digit addition hidden picture. Each time they solve a problem, they can follow the directions and color the picture.
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A complete cross-curricular activity! Use a multicultural children's book to teach morals about life and practice some math skills. Salma and Lily have always been best friends. They play together every day at school. That is until one day when
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Teach children about animals and the tracks they make with their feet. Cut out sponges and glue to pieces of sturdy cardboard. (You can trace the patterns below onto a sponge using a sharpie. Then, cut and hot glue them to cardboard). Paint animal
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I’ve used these forms in my own Special Education Preschool classroom. Contents: Printable Reminder Form - Print on colored paper and write students’ names, date, and time of their conference. Schedule - Helps you organize your schedule when
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Give each student a die. Tell them to roll a number. Have them write that number in the square on the paper. Then, have them count on to the next three numbers and write them on the lines. Put masking tape over your dice to differentiate
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Students sort short and long I words.
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Students use a place marker on the hundreds board. They place it on the starting number, follow the arrows, and write the answer. They will learn that down arrows represent 10 and arrows to the right represent adding one. This can be taught with the
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Students match the pizza orders to the correct pizza by finding the one with the right number of tangram shapes. I brought a pizza box and put all of the cards and tangrams inside. Then, I let students make their own pizzas on the large pizza page
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Ask children to find a specific shaped flag and put it on the ship. Use lamination and magnets to attach the ship and flags to a magnetic board. Goes great with Pirate theme and pirate children’s books such as “How I Became a Pirate” by Melinda
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Send this quick note home to parents to make them aware of a problem their child had at school. The category boxes include: following directions, staying focused, hands to self, using kind words, academics, safety, respect, friendship, and other.
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I wrote my students' names on these cards and laminated them. Each day at the beginning of class, my preschoolers find their name and put it on the board.
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