Hayley Williams
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Familiar Storytelling Lesson Plan from Lakeshore Learning: Children identify characters, settings and major events in a story! Covers Common Core State Standards in reading/literature for kindergarten.

Familiar Storytelling Lesson Plan from Lakeshore Learning: Children identify characters, settings and major events in a story! Covers Common Core State Standards in reading/literature for kindergarten. Great for my tools of the mind classroom!

Have students color, cut, fold, and paste to make a story cube that can be used to retell "Little Red Ridinghood" and talk about 3D shapes. (K.RL.2) (K.G.5) Leave a comment if you would like to see other story cubes. I had fun creating the template!  (Free pdf attached to easily print the template)

Have students color, cut, fold, and paste to make a story cube that can be used to retell "Little Red Ridinghood" and talk about shapes. Leave a comment if you would like to see other story cubes. I had fun creating the template!

How to Draw a Giraffe Instruction Sheet (SB11858) - SparkleBox

A simple desktop prompt sheet showing step-by-step how to draw a giraffe.

Worksheets: Scrambled Sentences: Bedtime Bugs

If your child is always correcting you when you speak, she might not be mouthing off; just practicing her proofreading skills! Encourage her ear for English with these worksheets about sentence structure and grammar.

Roll the dice funny faces drawing game for kids

Roll the dice funny faces drawing game for kids. Cute time filler if students complete work.

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FREEBIE - Pete The Cat (by James Dean and Eric Litwin) Labeling Sheet. Have your students label Pete The Cat after reading about him. Regina Davis aka Queen Chaos at Fairy Tales And Fiction By

These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom.

These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom.

I have been talking about making one of these charging stations for literally over a year. It’s no secret that I’m a sucker for organization and electronics. Well, it’s been driving me crazy that I have chargers scattered throughout the house. I couldn’t take it any longer and decided it was time to create one space where everything could be charged and housed when not in use. The best part of this project was how simple it was. Supplies. A box. I ended up deciding on this gorgeous floral…

DIY Charging station: It's time to get rid of all the ugly cords and have all your devices in one place!