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22 Apple-licious Classroom Activities and Freebies
Apple activities for the classroom along with freebies that are purely apple-licious! You'll find cute Johnny Appleseed, science, crafts, poems and printables to complete your apple theme lesson plans.
Genesis Series: Adam & Eve
Today's Bible lesson is Adam & Eve. I wanted to spend time reviewing last week's lesson on God's Creation. I made the project for today s...
Freebie Poems for Beginning of Year
I clicked through my "freebie" section on this blog...how is it that I don't have this September Poems and Songs on here? If you go back to school in July/August, it's helpful as well. I've done poetry binders now for twenty years! Parents send in a binder and we add a poem almost every day. Some people do one a week. Not me. I love, love, love poetry for my kids and use poems all the time. I always read the poem to them first before I pass it out just so they can enjoy it. Once I put it on…
Attitude Apple Object Lesson
Use an apple in this object lesson to teach that the outsides of our bodies might look good and healthy, but the inside attitude of our hearts might not be.
Apple Theme Bible Verse Printables
Apple themes are perfect to tie in with your Christian Preschool Lessons. Use these free Bible resources when teaching about Adam and Eve, or when learning about the Trinity. Find more Adam and Eve
Apple of God's Eye - The Letter "A"
Teach your students that they are "The Apple of God's Eye" A short lesson and reading about your student's importance to God. Complete with Bible Memory Cards, Printable "Letter A" pages, "The Parts of the Apple" and a simple recipe for homemade applesauce.
Salt Shaker Snow Globe Ornaments
These Salt Shaker Snow Globe Ornaments are a uniquely beautiful handmade Christmas ornament and holiday keepsake. Click for video tutorial!
In April, we spent the month learning all about the different people who help in our community. It was a great way to introduce the little o...
9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Social Studies - Mrs. Richardson's Class
Anchor charts are a classroom favorite for so many of us! Sometimes we, especially as females, get so discouraged when we see other people’s anchor charts and how perfect they look. Friends, let me let you in on a secret–mine were NEVER perfect! As a matter of fact, some of the social studies anchor chartsMore
Community Helpers and Labor Day in the Primary Classroom - Elementary Nest
Community Helpers and Labor Day go hand in hand in the primary classroom. See ideas on how to combine these two with resources listed