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February Writing Prompts for Beginning Writers

Kindergarten Valentine Writing Prompts-Sentence stems can help kindergarten and first grade writers get their thoughts on paper. These printable prompts are fun, engaging, and provide support to elementary writers. These prompts work great as a writing center of as a whole class writing activity.

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Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center - Divide, Colorado -- a fun place to visit and support!

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I like this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students don't loose them. Usually they end up all over the place.

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Number Puzzles for Third Grade Math Stations

Number Puzzles for Third Grade engage students in using a variety of models, strategies and equations when solving problems.

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Up! transforms your construction play from blocks to rockets

Pattern block printable cards, exploring pattern activities, shape activities using blocks, math activities for block center

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January Writing Prompts for Beginning Writers

Kindergarten Winter Writing Prompts-Sentence stems can help kindergarten and first grade writers get their thoughts on paper. These printable prompts are fun, engaging, and provide support to elementary writers. These prompts work great as a writing center of as a whole class writing activity.

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Calm Down Posters from http://consonantlyspeaking.com/posts/2012/08/abcs-4-slps-c-is-for-calming-down and http://www.setbc.org/pictureset/SearchResult.aspx?id=d1bdae4a-438e-47fd-a642-e7a49fd025a4

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We simply don’t have the luxury to focus on one skill at a time in our classrooms. Our kids have SO.MUCH. to work on. And once we get some momentum, we’ve gotta roll with it and squeeze in every ounce of learning we can! I love incorporating fine motor skills into our academic learning. It also makes things more interactive and engaging for my learners. Check out some of my favorites.

Incorporating Fine Motor Skills and Academics

We simply don’t have the luxury to focus on one skill at a time in our classrooms. Our kids have SO.MUCH. to work on. And once we get some momentum, we’ve gotta roll with it and squeeze in every ounce of learning we can! I love incorporating fine motor skills into our academic learning. It also makes things more interactive and engaging for my learners. Check out some of my favorites.

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