DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children’s Book Nook
I’m in the middle of combining my daughter’s room with my son’s nursery…only he never had a nursery. From the day he was born, Finley slept in our room because we didn’t have a nursery for him. The time has come, however, for him to move out of our room (finally!) and join his sister…
Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's
It's only the second day of school and I'm wiped out! Currently, I'm procrastinating on grading phonemic awareness assessments, DIBELS and m...
How to Make Tissue Paper Flowers Four Ways
Tissue paper flowers make a gorgeous event decor with a big impact—think weddings, baby showers, bridal showers and more! Here's how to make them four ways.
Jack and the Beanstalk
This week we've been reading this Jack and the Beanstalk story by Nick Sharatt. It's a lift-the-flap book which the children always love. It also came with an accompanying cd so we can play the story again during rest time. This version of the fairytale classic differs a bit than the usual story. For a start the golden goose is a hen and the giant isn't so much into "I'll grind your bones to make my bread." My son had been doing a fairy tale focus at his school this term and that's all I…
Superhero Classroom Theme - SchoolgirlStyle
I really try and listen to my customers in all areas of Schoolgirl Style. When I get a reoccurring theme request, I want to deliver, however, I love to be different and get excited when I can create a theme that hasn’t been done before. With that said, if I do get several requests for […]
Loads of August Randomness & a FREEBIE!
As you know I tend to disappear around this time of the year. I have been coo coo for cocoa puffs CRAZY busy! I'm sure you all can relate. ...
Who Doesn't Love a Minion?
What better way to welcome your students than a bright classroom door (or wall or bulletin board if you're not allowed to decorate your door). These 29 doors will inspire you to roll out the butcher paper, unpack the construction paper and break out the scissors.
Early Years Magazine - Issue 13: Games
Explore the NCETM Early Years Magazine - Issue 13. Published monthly, the magazine includes a range of features and professional development materials.
Wonderful Idea! Teachers would love these if they could be made to go along with the books they read in their classrooms. I know I would buy them and they are beautifully done.
Getting ready for a Minion Birthday Party!
Craft Stick Minions Aren't we cute! Quick and Easy Minions Large craft sticks Yellow marker (I used a highlighter) Black ma...
Writing centers are used in the classroom to encourage students to write and practice skills related to writing. The 6+1 traits of conventions, ideas, voice, word choice, organization, fluency, and presentation can be taught through writing centers. Students can practice these skills with specific activities including worksheets as well as hands on activities. I believe…