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Toddler/ Preschool Fine Motor Great idea for teaching pencil grasp from: Building Blocks Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services, LLC Motor Activities, Writing Activities, Preschool Activities, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Help, Material Didático, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pencil Grip

Fall Workshops: Fine Motor Fun

Research shows that fine motor skills are linked to success in writing and academics. I just HAVE to share some of the super fun activities that we we used for our fine motor workshop last fall. They are geared towards students in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade, but the activities are so fun that even I had fun! This post contains affiliate links; read more about them at the bottom of this post! One of my friends from my undergraduate days, Christie Kiley, is a pediatric…

Toddler/ Preschool Fine Motor Great idea for teaching pencil grasp from: Building Blocks Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services, LLC Motor Activities, Writing Activities, Preschool Activities, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Help, Material Didático, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pencil Grip

Fall Workshops: Fine Motor Fun

Research shows that fine motor skills are linked to success in writing and academics. I just HAVE to share some of the super fun activities that we we used for our fine motor workshop last fall. They are geared towards students in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade, but the activities are so fun that even I had fun! This post contains affiliate links; read more about them at the bottom of this post! One of my friends from my undergraduate days, Christie Kiley, is a pediatric…

Nouns Verbs and Adjectives Lesson Plan for Years 234 - Australian Curriculum Lessons Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Speech And Language, Teaching English, Grammar Games, Primary Teaching, Vocabulary Games

Teacher's Pet » Classroom Inspiration

Welcome to Teacher's Pet your one stop shop for all of the very best in classroom resources including, posters, labels, games, activities, challenge cards, bunting and so, so much more!

Synonym Word Wall: great way to get students to expand their vocabulary by seeing alternative words or adding their own synonyms to the wall. Could also do a word wall Primary Teaching, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Synonyms, Primary Education, Writing Activities, Synonym Activities, Recount Writing, Teaching Vocabulary

"Would You Like A Synonym With That" Synonym Word Wall

Synonym display literacy ks2 English school primary

Display student work - such a cute bulletin board idea! Class Displays, School Displays, Classroom Displays, Literacy Display, Library Displays, Classroom Walls, New Classroom, Classroom Design, Classroom Ideas

Untitled Document

Could pin some of the best Guided Reading follow up activity sheets in the Book…

Literacy working wall at school Primary Classroom Displays, Year 4 Classroom, Classroom Display Boards, Ks1 Classroom, Display Boards For School, Teaching Displays, Class Displays, Classroom Organisation, Teaching Ideas

Your classroom or theirs?

Your classroom or theirs? So much is expected of primary aged children in terms of their attainment, progress, personal targets, social skills and extra curricular activities that it seems a daunti…

 I would have more ribbons to help with eliminating more of the common words that make writing boring! so clever & easy! write common transition words & alternatives for "said" on clothespins and hang in writing center! Talk 4 Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Writing Area, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Resources

Writing Clips

I really needed a new way to get my students to fix up their writing. We talk about transition words from the start of the year and even have a list in our writing folders, but I wanted to be sure they were actually being used in their writing. I decided to make clips for the most common transition words we use. I also made a set of clips that listed alternatives for the word-said. These clips have been a huge hit in the classroom. My students simply grab a clip, use it to spell the word(s)…