Practice changing CVC words to CVCe words with this packet.
Tired of huge posters and projects taking over your room?
Try these project ideas to have students create more meaningful, compact projects.
Use this form to analyze a child's abilities in the following areas: play, self-help, self-concept, social, language/communication, motor, dispositions, problem solving, math, and literacy.
Print and cut out to make digraph manipulatives. One file includes consonants and vowels; the other is blank so you can make your own.
Students draw Frosty on each page according to the directional words given.
Directional words include between, in the middle, beside, over, on, below, and in.
A little fun for little Eagles fans! Can be used for a descriptive writing assignment.
Use this form to observe and record a child's behavior and interactions with others in any setting.
Invite parents to celebrate the end of the year with these handy invitations! A great way to make the end of the year memorable!
Need to let parents know that their child needs extra help? Use this form to provide polite suggestions!
Use these farm pictures to enhance any lesson, activity, or bulletin board! Supplement farm pictures using items from the "Animal Pictures" item (link below under related items).
So G really wanted to do a “rain craft” today, but ughhh Monday…. I didn’t feel like scraping glue off the table or scrubbing paint when we were done, so I pulled out this super simple SCIENCE idea that I’ve been saving for a while.
What do you do when it's 7am, you've reheated your coffee twice already but haven't DRANK any yet, ANNNND now your child asks to "do a craft mama?”
IT'S RAINING AGAIN! It's been such a wet spring here in MD and I just couldn't stay inside for another second, so I took this wet, soggy opportunity to try rain painting!