Katrina Bowman

Katrina Bowman

Porirua New Zealand
Katrina Bowman
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A Closet Behind Curtains: "Pinterest is always a great resource to find nursery inspiration. I was and still am obsessed!" Source: Michele Beckwith Photography

5 This baby room closet idea is one of my favorites. I love the idea of making a nursery closet bigger and more usable by removing the closet door(s), but adding this curtain is just brilliant. Very simple DIY hack that will fit any budget.

diy pottery barn teen inspired bulletin board system, chalkboard paint, cleaning tips, crafts, home decor

This modular bulletin board has traditional cork boards, magnetic boards, a French bulletin board, chalkboard, and even canisters for storage.

boring words

boring words

Other ways to say ... Said, Went, Scared, Big, Small, Sad, Happy, Saw, Next, Great, Good, Bad, Positive Character Words, Negative Character Words, Time Transition Words for Narratives and Transition Words for Information and Argument Texts. (16 page digital download)

This file consists of 14 WOW Word Posters, 2 Character Word Posters, one poster for Time Transition Words (for Narratives) and one poster for Transition Words

FREE Alphabet Coloring Pages - this are such fun to color alphabet worksheets that help kids not only learn their letters but the sounds they make. You can use them with a letter of the week curriculum, as anchor charte, summer learning, alphabet posters, or compile into a fun-to-read alphabet book for preschool, prek, or kindergarten.

FREE Alphabet Coloring Pages - this are such fun to color alphabet worksheets that help kids not only learn their letters but the sounds they make. You can use them with a letter of the week curriculum, as anchor charte, summer learning, alphabet posters, or compile into a fun-to-read alphabet book for preschool, prek, or kindergarten.

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Tune: Mary had a little lamb. A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses

Have students write on this "Think Sheet" as they think about their behavior. It's a great way to calm down class conflicts before talking about the situation at hand.

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student. Have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation.