Classroom Boggle- for kids who finish early! First off, I LOVE boggle!! Secondly, this is an awesome way to keep kids busy if they finish early and it would be easy to change some letters at the end of each day or the next morning!

Classroom Boggle- for kids who finish early! First off, I LOVE boggle! Secondly, this is an awesome way to keep kids busy if they finish early and it would be easy to change some letters at the end of each day or the next morning! What a great idea!

Birthday cupcake bulletin board - made from corrugated border and tissue paper. adorable!

This is adorable! Cute DIY cupcake birthday chart using border, tissue paper, popsicle stick and pom pom

Well, THIS should get the concept of addition across!!!  :)

Math Work Station (Adding numbers) Note: great for hands-on learning, visual learning, and getting up and moving!

wow...this is powerful!

The Crumpled Paper Lesson and Bullying from Happy Children and Families. Example to teach kids lasting impact and scars of unkind words & actions. Like the love heart ripping exercise

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning - currently use this as my open ended play for the garden display board.

Lots of winter activities

Lots of winter activities This one would be cute with a little bucket or something next to it for students to write guesses on and than check at the end of the week or to keep written in their math journal

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Math...I would have them make their ladybug themselves!

Pin Students create a model of a ladybug (or any animal) using construction paper. Then, the students use black dots to complete their ladybug. The students will create a number sentence to determine how many dots they used.

A place to put all the beautiful pictures your students give you throughout the year. Keep it on a shelf where the kids can also look at it, and you don’t have pictures everywhere!!!

"Teacher's Love Notes Binder" A place to put all the beautiful pictures your students give you throughout the year. A binder with sheet protectors. Keep it on a shelf where the kids can also look at it, and you don’t have pictures everywhere.


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