Kindergarten “I can” Common Core Posters

Kindergarten I can Common Core Posters stripes

The Kindergarten “I can” Common Core Posters are a great way to display the learning objectives in your classroom. My original “I can” posters have been updated with new graphics and labeled as the “STRIPES” edition. If you own a copy, make sure to go back and download the new file. I also uploaded the BUNDLE of [Read On]

Back to School Books for Kindergarten

Books about School for Kindergarten

Here are some popular back to school books for kindergarten. I love it when our school library has multiple copies of these books so that there’s always enough for several teachers. You can also get them from Scholastic when they go on sale or from Amazon.   Books for the First Day of School   My [Read On]

I Have… Who Has- A Blog Hop Game

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Do your students like to play the game of I Have… Who Has? It’s a fun guessing game, isn’t it? Well, this is the Back to School edition by our Freebielicious Authors. Make sure to complete the blog hop to learn a little about our Freebielicious friends. Did you see Kreative in Kinder’s clue? Yes. That’s [Read On]

Easy DIY Silhouette on PowerPoint- for Mother’s Day

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Are you looking for a Quick and Easy Mother’s Day gift idea? How about a silhouette WITHOUT the projector? I wish that I would have figured this one out years ago! Using the projector is very time-consuming, but not if you do it like this.  This is a very simple tutorial on making silhouettes on [Read On]

Teacher Appreciation Sale

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We are having a Teacher Appreciation Sale on Teachers Pay Teachers!  The sale will be from Tuesday, May 5th to Wednesday, May 6th. Everything in my store is 20% off during the sale. If you use promo code THANKYOU at check out, TPT will give you an extra 10% off. This will give you up [Read On]

21 Books for Mother’s Day

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Are you looking for books for your Mother’s Day unit? Here are some titles that you might find in your school’s library. My favorites are Love You Forever and The Kissing Hand, but the other books are fun to read as well.  This collection includes the following books: 1.  Olivia A Sweet Surprise for Mom [Read On]

FREE February Journal Prompts

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I have some Journal Prompts for Beginning and Struggling writers. This is a sampler pack of my February themes pack. This download includes a journal prompt sampler for Valentine’s Day and Groundhog’s Day. Valentine’s Day Journal Prompts Sample Groundhog’s Day Journal Prompts Sample Full version of the February Journal Prompts  The full version includes thematic [Read On]

How to Make Snow

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Making snow is so much fun! How to make SNOW You only need TWO ingredients. 1. Baking Soda 2. White Conditioner You just have to play around with the amounts. First, we poured out some baking soda into a round pan. Then, we added a little conditioner at a time. Too much conditioner will make [Read On]

The Mitten FREEBIE and Favorite Winter Books

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I love the book, THE MITTEN. It’s about a little boy who goes out to play in the snow and loses his mitten. While the mitten sits on the snow, a few fury friends find it and use it as shelter to stay warm on a cold and snowy day. I made a FREE emergent [Read On]

Journal Prompts for Beginning Writers

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I LOVE our monthly journal prompts! Students in Kindergarten write at different levels. We try to engage them in activities that will help develop their writing skills, but sometimes it’s difficult to find something that will fit everyone’s abilities. We have always been told to differentiate our activities to meet every student’s needs. But, how [Read On]