Back to Basics: Cutting and Gluing Kinder Style
I use the poems and practice pages at the beginning of the year to teach safety and responsibility with scissors and glue. At the end of the year, my students still chant the poems when we get out our scissors and glue. I hope you and your students enjoy them as much as we do! What's Included: * ...
FREEBIE Substitute Report Notes
Make absences easier for your substitute and for you with this easy-to-complete sub report notes form! Simply leave a blank copy of this 1-page template along with your lesson plans to find out what happened during your time away. This report includes entries for the following: *Student absences;
First Day of School Crowns FREEBIE
If you make their first day unforgettable...they will want to come back! You can do that with this set of crowns. It will be the perfect project to get your students actively engaged and excited about school. This download includes crowns for preschool, pre-k, prep, TK, transitional kindergarten, k...
Visual Schedules in Special Ed | Flip Visual Schedule
Visual schedules are a great way to help students manage their school day and see what is coming next. Free flip schedule template only at Mrs. D's Corner.
FREE Classroom Management Poster and Contract
Behavior Poster and Contracts Most students respond to subtle behavior cues, but for some students, it is necessary to be more explicit. This includes a poster of Positive behaviors and one that has the corresponding negative behaviors. For the occasional student who doesn't respond to the regular ...
Must Dos for the First Day of Kindergarten - Sharing Kindergarten
Need help for the first day of Kindergarten? Take a deep breathe and lets get the year started off the right way! You can do this... we can help.
How to Teach a Child to Read: The Ultimate Guide
Follow these five steps to teach a child to read. Helpful for parents, homeschoolers, and teachers that are teaching beginning readers.
Classic Picture Books for Kindergarten
Classic picture books are the ones we never seem to get tired of, even if we read them everyday! They are timeless favorites. They are delightful and comforting. They feed our imaginations. They are powerful and memorable. And so for the final week of the Summer Stash blog hop, we are bringing you our favorite classic books! And be sure to keep reading for our GIVEAWAY! Hosted by: Stone Soup by Marcia Brown This is one of my top stories, because I have fond memories of making stone soup when…
Kissing Hand Craft FREEBIE
Kissing Hand Craft FREEBIE: Paint the students' hand leaving a heart without paint in the middle. Put the students' hand print on the blank space on the Kissing Hand Poem page. *************************************************************************** Check out these related products... Check out ...
Free Printable Spring No Prep Kindergarten 130+ Page Worksheet Book
Spring No Prep Kindergarten 130+ Page Worksheet Book Here is our no prep Spring edition. It’s full of tons of different workpages and activities to practice basic concepts skills such as coun…
Loving the Line - Tricks for Lining Up - Make Moments Matter
Does it ever feel like the last 3 minutes of class can be the craziest? You get students all settled down where they’re learning and following directions with no problems and the second you mention the words “line up” they turn into a herd of cats. Line up time doesn’t […]
Free Parent-Teacher Conferences Packet for 3rd - 6th Grade Print and Digital
This print and digital packet has everything you need to organize a Parent-Teacher Conference. All of the forms are editable in PowerPoint and Google Slides and will help teachers prepare for important parent-teacher meeting times!Specifically, it includes: (Print and Digital)An editable Conference ...