Chart detailing monthly themes including holidays, seasons, and social skills. Helpful to plan activities for the entire school year. Appropriate for multiple age levels.
DIY Toddler Sorting Wall | Style Your Senses
Sharing a really fun, super easy and surprisingly in-expensive idea for you toddler mama’s today! At 17 months my little one is in full-blown play mode all day, every day. While it’s so rewarding to see her play independently and discover new things on her own, I also wanted to keep some learning woven into her day, so I decided to come up with an interactive and colorful solution! She’s very much into colors, letters and numbers and is interested in learning more about them, so knowing that…
Emergency Door Curtain Organizer
Emergency Door Curtain Organizer: Safety in our schools is at the forefront of everyone's mind, and back-to-school time is a great time for teachers to take a moment to prepare for anything the year may bring. One item safety officials recommend for the classroom is a device to blo…
First Week of Lessons (PK-2nd) - Lessons by Sandy
I love the first week of library lessons!! While it’s often a blur of activity, it’s always fun to see the kids walking into the library, some for the first time, some for the 100th time, but all of them having that look of excitement. I know just how they feel! ... Read more
Learn to Write Your Name - FREEBIE — Keeping My Kiddo Busy
LEARN TO WRITE YOUR NAME It is so exciting when children become curious about how to write their name. I believe teaching them to write their name should be the first word they learn how to spell . It is personal, concrete and helps them realize that putting letters together in writing has me
Behavior Alert and Behavior Praise with FREE Apology Letter
Behavior Alert & Behavior Praise: An easy tool for excellent behavior management in the classroom! Includes a Behavior Alert (for 'bad' behavior) and a Behavior Praise (for outstanding behavior) half-page note to send home to parents. This behavior alert note (form) allows you to praise good beh...
Emergency Drills Visual Routine Posters & Supports (Fire Drill, Earthquake, Tornado, & Intruder Drills) - Pocket of Preschool
Emergency drills (fire drills especially) can be terrifying for preschoolers and many children. It’s loud, sometimes crazy if it’s unannounced, interrupts their routine, and there can be students everywhere. They are stressful for everyone but totally necessary to ensure for safety. This post contains affiliate links. I created read aloud books (aka social stories) about...Read More
Meet the Teacher Template EDITABLE | Farmhouse
Help your new students and families get to know you better this back to school season with these mason jar themed EDITABLE Meet the Teacher Letter Templates.With many different color and black and white options to choose from, you are sure to find the style that best meets your needs. Editable direc...
Coronavirus Distance Learning End of the Year Letter from Teacher to Students!
This beautiful letter/poem will surely warm the hearts of your students at the end of this tumultuous school year! There are 4 colored graphic options and 3 black and white graphic options. Each is available as a poem or a letter with a space available for the teacher's signature. I am going to add...