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how to make G. Washington's hat

We started learning a little about Presidents this week. Our unit on money was the PERFECT intro!

George Washington

We started learning a little about Presidents this week. Our unit on money was the PERFECT intro! Over the last few weeks, the kids have b.

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I {Heart} Teaching: Getting to Know You.Presidents' Day George Washington and Abraham Lincoln videos

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With a bit of construction paper, cotton balls, coffee filters, and glue.you can do a George Washington craft to go with the lesson! Have the students write some facts they learn about America's first president.

This website provides several activities that can be used for President's day in a first grade classroom. Start the lesson with a read aloud to introduce the idea of Presidents, and continue with watching a Brain Pop on George Washington. The students created a graphic organizer and a picture of him.

President's day in a first grade classroom. Start the lesson with a read aloud to introduce the idea of Presidents, and continue with watching a Brain Pop on George Washington. The students created a graphic organizer and a picture of him.

Since Valentine's Day is all about LOVE . . . here's a little writing activity you can do with your kiddos  to find out what they really LOVE

Shared Writing- Since Valentine's Day is all about LOVE . here's a little writing activity you can do with your kiddos to find out what they really LOVE. When they are finished they can share their answers with a partner or in a small group.

1 cup flour, 1 cup salt, 1/2-3/4 cup water. Mix the ingredients until you have the desired consistency. Too wet and the paper gets wet and dries flat. If it is too thick it won't fit through the opening of the squeezy bottle. Mix it well then separate it according to the number of colors you plan to make. Color can be food coloring, liquid watercolors, tempura paint, powdered paint. Spoon the colored paint into squeezy bottles, and get to creating! This is for paper not clothing!

Train Up a Child: Homemade Puffy Paint with 3 Simple Ingredients 1 cup flour 1 cup salt cup water food coloring

report card comments - its hard to come up with appropriate messages sometimes

I make writing REPORT CARD COMMENTS a complicated process. I print up a copy of my students' previous report cards, compare grades.

Primary Junction: Writing at Home - Parent Handout

Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home

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