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.
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).
This can be used a variety of ways. Use it as counting practice. Or fine motor practice (feed the monster with
Allow students to reflect on their field trip! Students describe what they enjoyed, did not like, and list their suggestions. They can also rate how appropriate and enjoyable the trip was, the travel time, and lunch, on a scale of 1-5 (5 = highest).
Send this form home to parents to inform them of an upcoming field trip.
Parents sign and return the bottom portion and keep the top portion at home as a reminder.
This checklist is organized by fine and gross motor skills.
Pennsylvania's learning standards from BEFORE the Common Core.
Today we tried out ice cube painting and it was AWESOME. They are a cool twist on traditional watercolors. Plus, this is a perfect activity for those HOT summer days.
G has been having a blast with her sensory boxes, but it was time to switch them up! I decided to make a beach box and a princess box for her.
Summer is near and that means HOT days and water play – our favorite!!! We pulled out G’s water table a little over a week ago and she was so excited. It’s definitely a favorite for her on hot days!
I just wanted to share a really fun idea with you all for a FANTASTIC Mom’s Night Out. I love a good MNO – and we all know that patio happy hour + sangria = a happy mom!