Boxed Children's Books
"GRAB BAG" Boxes! These formerly loved children's books are in need of a new home and are ideal for donations to crisis centers, daycares, or schools. Each large (18"x12"x12") box will be filled with as many children’s books as possible. Quantities per box will vary due to different book sizes. If you buy these for personal use, please note that each box will consist of books suitable for a variety of ages, from toddler to young adult. Please feel free to donate or share any of the books…
Kid Made Bird Feeders
Kid made bird feeders made using recycables; a fun & easy craft for Spring. great rainy day project for Dexter, then take to cottage :)
Printable Cereal Sorting Mat - I Can Teach My Child!
Download our Printable Cereal Sorting Mat for a simple and meaningful sorting activity using colorful cereal! Great cognitive development activity for toddlers
Resource Roundup: April 23, 2013
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Substitute Teacher Printable Forms
Printable forms for your substitute teacher folder. Forms to help pre-k, preschool, and kindergarten teachers plan and prepare for a substitute teacher.
Fun Card Trick (you can step through a playing card)
A few months ago, my son and I found this book, Tricks & Pranks to Fool Your Friends , in the children's book section at Goodwill. (Aweso...
We've all Gone MAD! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
We’ve all gone MAD…scientist at our school! Today was science day! Every teacher in every grade pre-K- 5th grade experimented on with their students! First Stop Mixtures and Solutions: Second Grade Pumpkin Science in Third Grade: Pumpkin Dissection Pumpkin Bread Mr. Herzog and Mrs. Moon Mrs. Fermin Fourth Grade: Gak Lab States of […]