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DIY Astronaut "Glove Box": to demonstrate how astronauts & scientists study moon rocks and other specimens in space (from Gift of Curiosity) Space Activities For Kids, Space Preschool, Preschool Science, Science For Kids, Science Activities, Expo Sciences, Space Classroom, Outer Space Theme, Space Party

DIY astronaut glove box

Make your own astronaut glove box to show kids how astronauts and scientists study moon rocks and other specimens in space.

Raise your hand if you do some fun stuff with environmental print during the year? Why not combine environmental print and alphabet fun! Preschool Letters, Learning Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Preschool Classroom, Writing Center Preschool, Writing Area, Starting Kindergarten, Writing Station

ABC Come Learn with Me! Environmental Print!

Raise your hand if you do some fun stuff with environmental print during the year? Why not combine environmental print and alphabet fun! Here are a couple of fun ideas I found via Pinterest. It is from a flickr photo stream. {HERE} is the original source. {Source} I LOVE this display! I tried to do it last year, but it was a bit of a flop! I couldn’t get my parents to send in any labels! (Tips?!) I think it’s a fantastic time filler while you are waiting at the door. I whipped up a sheet…

20 Fabulous Outer Space Birthday Party Ideas For Kids - Sabine Harndorf - 20 Fabulous Outer Space Birthday Party Ideas For Kids Artsy Craftsy Mom: 20 ideas for a Fabulous Outer Space Party - Outer Space Party, Outer Space Theme, Space Jam Theme, Alien Party, Astronaut Party, Astronaut Craft, Space Preschool, Space Classroom, Classroom Decor

Playstation Nursery Ltd

Playstation Nursery - Child care services in Filton & Little Stoke, Bristol

when my classroom books fall apart,I'm going to do this. book bunting for the classroom library Classroom Setting, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, School Classroom, Classroom Displays Eyfs, Classroom Banner, Eyfs Classroom, 4th Grade Frolics, School Displays

Where it All Goes Down:)

Jumpin in with Blog Hoppin and Where it All Goes Down Wednesday. I have posted pics previously of my classroom and have taken a few more so here's my classroom tour where my peeps and I hang all day:D This is the view from my front door. I have my kiddos in groups of 4 and 5. I like to use Kagan activities so that helps. I also have a pretty small room and groups makes it a little bigger. (at least it feels that way) My "desk", small group area, guided reading group, catch all.....my space:)…

WHO DOESN'T LOVE BUBBLE WRAP?Write sight words on the flat part of the bubble wrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc. Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Reading Practice, Learning Letters, Student Teaching, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas

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I wrote sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.

Use Stamina Strips to motivate students during silent reading. Each student receives a strip for every 15 minutes of sustained, silent, focused, independent reading. Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Ar Reading, Teaching Ideas, Literacy Strategies, Reading Logs, Library Activities

Building Reading Stamina Anchor Chart

Building Reading Stamina Anchor Chart by Scott Demske on Indulgy.com

Kid’s book nook ~ Little book area I made in a section of our playroom! The shel… – Kids Rugs Playroom Reading Corner School, Reading Nook, Reading Areas, Classroom Layout, Classroom Decor, Conservatory Playroom, Ikea Book, Book Area, Book Corners

Kid's book nook ~ Little book area I made in a section of our playroom! The shelves are photo ledges from Ikea, as is the rug. The tent is also from Ikea and sooo easy to assemble. Insert the plastic pole and it just hangs by one nail from the top! Pillows were made by cutting a king size pillow in half (cheaper than buying pillow forms!) and I sewed the covers with fabric from the Joann's back to school collection. Stickers are from Dollar Tree!