Foil Printed Fall Tree Art - Munchkins and Moms
I love painting projects! I think there’s a lot of lessons (indirect and direct) we can teach students through art. Our Painting with Tools and Sandal Art were used to support flexible thinking skills, Friendship Art was a great way to talk about and practice being a good friend to others, and we have many…
Today In First Grade
I love the seasons and weather. It is by far one of my favorite science units. Now... that being said, can I just say it is hard to talk about the seasons where I teach. I mean really... it pretty much looks the same here year around. Sure we have a few leaves change, but nothing like the pictures and books describe, so the seasons are actually difficult for my kids to really grasp. But we push on anyway with pictures and descriptions of the way places look in the various seasons. So...to…
Fall Playdough Recipes - KTeacherTiff
Scented, fall-themed playdough is so simple to make! Once you have your basic playdough recipe, it’s really all about adding the coloring and the mix-ins to make it smell amazing. First, gather your ingredients. The best play dough recipe I have found (and I’ve made a lot) calls or 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt, 1 tablespoon oil, 1 tablespoon cream of tartar, and 1 cup water. This is the base for every type of play dough I make. Dump the dry ingredients into a pot. Add the wet ingredients.
Free Thankful Note for Your Students (Editable)
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Bat Numbers Before and After - Frogs and Fairies
These Bat Numbers Before and After cards and worksheets are perfect for a fun Halloween practice for kids! They're great for an engaging math practice for learning to recognize and order numbers from 0-100! #halloweenactivitiesforkids #numberorder #beforeandafter #activitycards #printablesforkids #missingnumbers
Halloween Trick-or-Treating Ghost Craftivity
Halloween is here! My TK students loved making this trick-or-treating ghost craftivity! Perfect for a writing activity or even just a fall/halloween craft for Pre-K, Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten, or kindergarten!
Literacy Snack Idea Catch A Turkey + Free Printable - Primary Playground
With Thanksgiving quicking approaching, we just have to read a story about a turkey! For this week’s literacy snack idea, we’re reading, How To Catch A Turkey, by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton. It’s a cute book about a turkey that doesn’t realize he’s about to be in the Thanksgiving school play and decides to […]
The Autumn Season: Exploring Trees and Leaves and the Colors of Fall!
The kids have started noticing signs of fall! They had started bringing me leaves, so I knew it was time to start investigating Fall! I started out by asking what they wondered about Fall. They came up with some very good questions! We posted the questions on our inquiry wall. This wall will grow as they wonder new things and answer the questions! I set out some provacations about Fall to see what they would notice. On our look closer table, I set out fall leaves and colored water to see…
School Rules Pocket Chart Sort (Beginning of the Year Activity)
This beginning of the year or first day of school pocket chart sort is perfect for introducing your classroom and school rules to your students. This pocket chart sort comes with 48 school rule cards. You will work with your students to sort the cards into good choices and sad choices. Simple as tha...