Kindergarten Journals

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If I had $100 ... We should make these on the 100th day of school

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Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor

Letter of the week craft - J is for Jellyfish for Kindergarteners and Preschoolers. Free printable template! #alphabet

Letter of the Week Crafts- Part II: G-K

Letter of the Week crafts for preschoolers

"Who Lives in Your House?" (from @teaching.this.way via Instagram)

Nicole Smith on Instagram: “Who lives in your house? 🏠 Quote- ‘What about my dog? And my mum says her new babies are our indoor plants. So do I need to draw them?’ 😂”

2,561 Likes, 120 Comments - Nicole Smith (@thelittlesmithtribe) on Instagram: “Who lives in your house? 🏠 Quote- ‘What about my dog? And my mum says her new babies are our indoor…”

Use this free printable to let your kids write a letter to Santa Claus and write down their Christmas wish list. Also makes a great coloring page.

Free Letter to Santa Printable

Use this free printable to let your kids write a letter to Santa Claus and write down their Christmas wish list. Also makes a great coloring page.

g is for guitar. Letter of the Week G activities on The Teaching Zoo blog!

G is for Groceries

We focused on nutrition this week for letter Gg, with a G is for Groceries theme. Take a peek at our week: Our crafts didn't go with our theme, but they don't always go together each week because I like to change it up. So...here's our adorable crafts this week! G is for Giraffe and g is for guitar. Here are some pictures of our Grocery Store Dramatic Play Center this week: (you can click any of the pics to go to my store to buy your own pack to use with your kiddos) This is the way I set up…

How many times have you thought, “There has to be a better morning routine system out there! This one just isn’t working!” Too many times to count, right? I bet a lot of these scenarios sound familiar, too: SCENARIO ONE: You forget to copy something for morning work. You frantically rush around to make the …

A Stress-Free Morning Work Alternative – Lyndsey Kuster

Say goodbye to stress in prepping morning work! I've provided more than 200+ hands-on activities for your students to try!

These Morning Work Tubs (a.k.a. Entry tubs or work bins) are the perfect way to…

September Morning Work Tubs for Kindergarten

These Morning Work Tubs (a.k.a. Entry tubs or work bins) are the perfect way to…

kindergarten fall/Thanksgiving cut and paste worksheets | Give Your Octopus a Paintbrush (or 8) {stuck-on-glue.blogspot.com}

Cut and Paste: Cornucopia

Since Thanksgiving is upon us (How did THAT happen!?), I was on a mission to find what I thought would be a simple cut and paste cornucopia. I wanted my kids to be able to cut out the fruits and vegetables and paste them onto the horn of plenty. After looking, and looking, I gave up and made my own. Ever my test-subject, my 4 year old colored, cut and glued this all by himself. I was pretty impressed. You don't have to be, but I was. ;-) Spiff's Cornucopia: The Printable:

Teaching about Pumpkins, Life cycle, Free Printables, Fall Science,Science Printables, FIAR, Pumpkin Printables, Coloring Pages, Pumpkin activities for kids

Pumpkin Activities for Kids - Pumpkin Lesson Plans (STEM) - Natural Beach Living

Pumpkin Activities for Kids to Enjoy during Fall. Grab these Free Pumpkin Printable Lesson Plans and Pumpkin Science Activities, including the Pumpkin Life cycle, Pumpkin STEM Activities, Pumpkin Printables, Pumpkin Coloring Pages, Pumpkin Sensory Play and more

What begins with the letter G? Grapes of course! This lowercase letter G craft for preschoolers is a great way to practice!

Preschool Alphabet Book: Lowercase Letter G

As we inch closer and closer to Halloween night, our days have been filled with fun fall themed projects and Halloween crafts. Today however, we're taking a bit of a break from all of that to share…