This is from a college professor who is combating punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. Better to start teaching my kids the right way from the beginning.
Lunch bins with number of servings from each bin on the front. Popcorn and veggie straws Goldfish and rice/Ritz crackers Fruit bars and granola bars Apple sauce and fruit cups Yogurt tubed and cheese Meats and veggies
Awesome idea in place of candy from an advent calendar! 24 books of Christmas - one for each night. Wrap and let kids pick one to open every night to read at bedtime! *Do this instead of candy advent calendar*
MAke board then each week that we start a new letter have kids pick pictures out of a variety. each child pin up a picture that goes with the letter sound. Coyne's Crazy Fun Preschool Classroom: language activity or use as a word wall
Free storytelling tool for kids - pick the images, drop them on the storyboard, add text bubbles to create stories. Many editing tools to make it fun! Great for creativity, storytelling, and fine motor skills.
A fun algebra game! Kids pick four (or more) cards from the pile, combine like terms, and write the expression. Have them work as partners and compare results! -This could work with adding/subtracting integers as well.
Baked Crunchy Chipotle Ranch Chicken with Potatoes
Crunchy Chipotle Ranch Chicken and Potatoes - 7 easy ingredients in this meal and comes with a side of ranch roasted potatoes! So good! #chickentenders #bakedchickentenders #ranchpotatoes | Littlespicejar.com
Prayer Pail for Kids Tutorial - Includes prompts for prayer. "The plan is to let each of our kids pick one (or a couple) sticks out of the prayer pail while we are at the dinner table and then let them pray for whatever or whoever is on the stick.