Color Puzzles is a free resource that comes with ten different color puzzles. All you need to do is print, laminate (for durability), and cut out. Then they are ready to go. Color puzzles are great for preschool and kindergarten age students. It is a perfect back to school activity or center or a refresher for later in the year.
Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment
This simple Ivory Soap microwave experiment is so easy to do. It's great for kids in preschool and kindergarten because they can really get their hands into it and use their five senses to observe how the soap changes when it is heated up. They will have a ton of fun while learning a little bit of science! via @dabofgluewilldo
Free Letter of the Week B
Free Letter of the Week B is perfect for beginning of the year in preschool or kindergarten. Students will develop their phonics, reading, handwriting, and fine motor skills. There are 20 pages activities and worksheets to help teach the letter B. Kindergarten | Morning Work| First Grade | Pre K | Letter of the Week B | Free worksheets
Animal Alphabet: I is for Iguana Craft
Doing letter of the week with your students ensures they will have a chance to learn each letter of the alphabet in a fun and creative way. This week we will be focusing on the Animal Alphabet I is for Iguana Craft. This is a great letter of the week craft for kindergarten classrooms with fine motor work and a kindergarten printable to use in your classroom!
How to Use a Social Story to Improve Student Behavior
Teachers, learn how to use a social story to improve your social skills instruction and change student behavior in your classroom. Kids with autism or behavior challenges benefit from reading social stories to learn how to respond appropriately in different situations at school. This blog post includes a free, printable social story about calling out during class. Check it out today! #socialstory #socialskills #classroommanagement
Behavior Punch Cards for Classroom Management
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to encourage your students to consistently make good choices? So was I and then I started implementing these behavior punch cards and suddenly my students were working VERY hard to earn their daily punch.