5 Activities to Learn about Kindness (Bucket Filler Resources) - Moments A Day
Five fun and easy activities to learn about kindness to complement the popular book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"
Quick & Easy Articulation Activities for Speech Therapists
Low-prep/no-prep articulation activities for kids! Find 12 quick & easy game ideas you can use with your students in speech therapy today!
Five Little Ducks Craft
Five little ducks egg carton small world craft for kids. A perfect nursery rhyme activity idea for preschoolers and toddlers.
Creative Board for a Creative Station Area!
This creative board is amazing and great for inspiring children whilst they're in the creative station area of the classroom. What will your children make? Looking for more inspiration? Our EYFS Creative Area Classroom Pack has everything you need to decorate your area! #creativestation #creativearea #materials #classroomsigns #creative #classroomideas #classroominspiration #teaching #teacher #teachingresources #twinkl #twinklresources #education #school
Sensory Play with Funnels, Tubes, and Colored Beans - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Keep kids busy for hours with this simple sensory bin! They will love pouring colored beans through the funnels and watching them come out the tubes below. If you liked our PVC pipe sand and water table, you might enjoy this simpler option for indoors. We used PVC pipe that we had on hand to […]
Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities
AMPLIFYING your ESL instruction is all about increasing comprehensible input for your students. In other words, ELLs learn best when you use instructional strategies that make your teaching (input) as easy to understand as possible (comprehensible). Makes sense, right? Amplification strategies are easy to adapt to whatever content you are teaching, and they are naturally differentiating (meaning students of all language abilities will benefit from their use). AMPLIFICATION STRATEGY: Use…
This is another 5-senses activity. We did 10 different materials, ranging from feathers to sandpaper and everything in between. We had the kids feel each piece of material and then had them glue them onto the hands. We asked the kids to describe the material and what if felt like to them. I LOVE the answers that we got from some of the kids. My own little girl, had some that made me crack up. The sandpaper felt like Poppa's face, the fake leather felt like a couch and one of them felt like…
Social Stages of Play — Encourage Play
Do you know how my 5th grade teacher taught us the planets? She sang it to us. When her former students would come back and visit, she would always ask if they remembered the order of the planets. And they’d all end up singing it back to her. Imagine these big high school juniors and seniors singing