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Fidgets calm down corner

Ideas for how to use fidgets at a calm down corner in your classroom- ways to help your anxious kids, energetic kids, or kiddos who are just having "one of those days"

Oh dear sweet, delicious fluffy pancakes. I have missed you. Not anymore. I have finally formulated an easy gluten free pancake recipe and we crank them ou

Oh dear sweet, delicious fluffy pancakes. I have missed you. I have finally formulated an easy gluten free pancake recipe and we crank them ou // fine with lashings of maple syrup.

Honey Rice Bubble Recipe....... mmmmm delicious!

Honey Rice Bubble Recipe Putting them in patty pan for kelp cakes (octonauts)

Save money on your healthy snacks and DIY #bars #cheap #recipes

34 Cheap and Easy DIY Bars — Save money on your healthy snacks with DIY energy bars.

Classroom Decor Ideas: this would be great for the classroom

Do you have a little one learning to tell time? I love this flower clock craft to help with teaching time to kids! Natalie and Mary at The Thrifty Turtle will show you how to make this Flower Peta.

Contraction Surgery- This is a lesson your students will never forget. How creative!!!

Contraction Surgery - memorable lesson - spelling words consisted of contractions. We practiced putting two words together as contractions by completing contraction surgery! (External Link no-longer works)

Roll-a-snowman game... First one to roll all six and draw a snowman wins. Great game for the kids to play.

Roll-a-snowman game. First one to roll all six and draw a snowman wins. Great game for the kids to play. All you need to play is a dice, paper and a pencil/pen/crayon

Inspired by the Chapter book Clemency Pogue, Fairy Killer” by JT Petty printable storytelling prompts in a jar by Kitchen Counter Chronicles

Have a child that is reluctant to read or write? This creative parent has an activity that can involve the whole family. Virtual Chapter Book Club for Kids - Storytelling Prompts for Kids

For struggling readers

Great way to teach reading with word family eggs. On each egg, write the initial and final sounds with sharpie marker. Students can twist the egg to create new words that start or end with their sound.