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Best 12 These beaded pipe cleaner flowers are SO PRETTY and they’re really easy to make! This is such a fun kids craft and a great activity to develop fine motor skills. Each flower takes less than 10 minutes to make using simple craft supplies. Mothers Day Crafts For Kids, Spring Crafts For Kids, Easy Crafts For Kids, Craft Activities For Kids, Preschool Crafts, Art For Kids, Simple Craft Ideas, Kids Diy, Summer Ideas Kids
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Beaded Pipe Cleaner Flowers

These beaded pipe cleaner flowers are so fun! They take less than 10 minutes to make and they're great for developing fine motor skills. And aren't they pretty?! They'd make a summery little flower arrangement for the kids' night table! And wouldn't they be great for Mother's Day? Pipe cleaners are turning into one of my favourite craft supplies. I have to laugh when I go back and read my post on how to make pipe cleaner tulips and daffodils, because at that point, I had a ridiculous supply…

Grab this free Earth Day fact and opinion worksheet to help your students learn more about our planet and the Earth Day holiday. This Earth Day free worksheet is perfect for a quick independent activity in your classroom. Earth Day Worksheets, Earth Day Activities, Summer Activities, Fact And Opinion Worksheet, Earth Day Facts, All About Earth, First Earth Day, Paragraph Writing, Happy Earth

Earth Day in the Classroom

Need some Earth Day ideas? This post is JAM PACKED with videos, books, bulletin boards, collaborative learning projects, crafts, activities, and a freebie!

Robots make great pets! We love using robots in our grade classroom. I started integrating robots into the classroom in 2015 and haven’t looked back. Currently we use Blue Bots and Wonder Workshop’s Dot and Dash robots in order to enhance our c Robot Classroom, Classroom Pets, Science Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Themes, Classroom Environment, Primary Classroom, Classroom Organization, Organizing

Looking for an Easy to Care for Class Pet? Try Robots! - Lindsey Nagorski

Robots make great pets! We love using robots in our 1st grade classroom. I started integrating robots into the classroom in 2015 and haven�t looked back. Currently we use Blue Bots and Wonder Workshop�s Dot and Dash robots in order to enhance our 21st c

Classroom Reveal- The best organized classroom I've ever seen! Classroom Reveal- The best organized classroom I've ever seen! Classroom Layout, Classroom Organisation, First Grade Classroom, New Classroom, Teacher Organization, Classroom Design, Preschool Classroom, Classroom Themes, In Kindergarten

Classroom Reveal

I am beyond excited to share with you my classroom reveal! It has been quite the journey. Last year our school was undergoing construction so I was unable to get into my classroom until just days before school started. That left me little time to think about how I wanted to organize my space. I spent last year creating a vision of what I had hoped to accomplish for this year being that I could work on it all summer. I must credit the fabulous Maria Manore Gavin from Kindercraze for many…

Here you'll find some of the best teacher planners; some are great if you have a classroom role and others are better if you have a bit of a mixed role. Teacher Binder, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Teacher Planner Free, Teachers Toolbox, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Stuff, Teacher Calendar

Where Can I Get A Teacher Planner?

Here you'll find some of the best teacher planners; some are great if you have a classroom role and others are better if you have a bit of a mixed role.

Bind mini anchor charts into booklets for guided reading reference Adapt for Study Skills Parent Books. Math Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Questioning Anchor Chart, Teaching Reading, Reading Lessons, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Resources, Guided Reading Binder, Guided Reading Organization

3 WAYS TO PRINT ANCHOR CHARTS AND USE THEM IN THE CLASSROOM

Bind mini anchor charts into booklets for guided reading reference

Using music to signal transitions in the classroom. Links to TV tunes {w/ The Super Sparkly Teacher} Primary Classroom, Classroom Decor, How Do I Get, First Grade, Classroom Management, Esl, Teacher, Student, Professor

New Year, New Procedures {w/ The Super Sparkly Teacher}

So, we just returned to class this past Monday. After being away from each other for 3 weeks, it was important to review our classroom procedures (including transitions). I love using music to signal transitions. It's so fun and definitely suits the atmosphere of my classroom. I got the idea from Rick Morris. I've been using this all year, but it's definitely important to review expectations AND change up the music. I have a specific song to signal different subjects and it definitely serves…

Planning Throw this editable substitute cheat sheet into your sub planning folder!Throw this editable substitute cheat sheet into your sub planning folder! Teacher Organization, Classroom Organisation, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Classroom Management, Teacher Resources, Behavior Management, Resource Teacher, Teacher Survival

Substitute Planning - Inspire Me ASAP

Hello! I’m Nicole from Teaching With Style and I’m so excited to be over here on Melissa’s new blog, Inspire Me, ASAP! Melissa has some amazing ideas and her units have come in handy MANY times! When I moved from 1st to 3rd a few years ago, my new team wasn’t as strong as my […]

Using ClassDojo to Communicate with Parents {w/ The Super Sparkly Teacher} Class Dojo, Parent Communication, Primary Classroom, Classroom Management, Parents, Teacher, Messages, Ideas, Dads

Using ClassDojo to Communicate with Parents {w/ The Super Sparkly Teacher}

I have to admit that in the past I have been terrible about communicating with parents. I used my district's parent communication form to share about student behavior and participation. This didn't allow me to be specific about behaviors or concerns. I was typically in contact with one to two parents. And this was mostly a result of the effort put forth by those particular parents. This year my parent communication has SIGNIFICANTLY improved thanks to ClassDojo. I'd used it in the past, but…

Tips and tricks to keep students engaged using familiar engagement structures Classroom Routines, Classroom Management Strategies, Classroom Behavior, Student Behavior, School Classroom, Behaviour Management, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Procedures

Keeping Students Engaged Part 1: I Spy

Keeping Students Engaged Part 1: I Spy 6 comments Engagement Activities, Freebies, Popular Posts, Student Engagement Raise your hand if you strive to keep your learners engaged. My hand is raised. I may even be hopping up and down in my seat as that hand is raised. There is nothing worse than looking out at your class and noticing that they are off task or disinterested in what is going on around them, am I right? One of my favorite ways to keep my students engaged is to provide them with…

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Calendar Time in Kindergarten - Miss Kindergarten

My students were always learning passively during calendar time, so I created these interactive notebooks to help keep them more engaged!

 BBZ: Part II: Decorating a Small Room on a Small Budget. Need to change the color of your classroom bins? Classroom Setting, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, School Classroom, Classroom Projects, Painting Plastic Bins, Spray Paint Plastic, Classroom Furniture, Class Decoration

Part II: Decorating a Small Room on a Small Budget

I'm still a decorating fool! Last time I introduced my new rug and color scheme - this time I'm here to share a little project I did with these mystery materials ... ... and a cheap{ish} solution to a big {decorating} problem. If you've been following my Instagram, I bet you can guess the project!! ******* SO here we go! Project one: mystery materials. These two are pretty important areas in my classroom - pencil bins and girls' / boys' bathroom passes! I LOVED those vinyl chalkboard labels…

How To Circumvent IP Possession Concerns Every Time A Strategic Alliance, Three Way Partnership Or Collaboration Fails How To Cope With A Disrespectful Parent - Advice From Real Teachers Post On Corkboard Connections First Year Teachers, Parents As Teachers, New Teachers, Elementary Teacher, Elementary Schools, Upper Elementary, Dear Parents, School Teacher, Parent Teacher Communication

How to Cope with a Disrespectful Parent

How to Cope With a Disrespectful Parent - Advice from Real Teachers post on Corkboard Connections

Play is the highest form of research--quote from Albert Einstein. Pinned by Child Care Aware of Central Missouri. Play Quotes, Quotes For Kids, Great Quotes, Me Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Quotes About Play, Quotes Children, Simple Quotes, Motivational

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"Play is the highest form of research." - Albert Einstein. A great Parelli quote as well! Learn how to play with your horse on www.parelli.com