Tayner McVeyner
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Get outdoors this spring (or stay inside if it's really raining) to practice reading with this fun gross motor sight word game.

Get outdoors this spring (or stay inside if it's really raining) to practice reading with this fun gross motor sight word game.

Get outdoors this spring (or stay inside if it's really raining) to practice reading with this fun gross motor sight word game.

Get outdoors this spring (or stay inside if it's really raining) to practice reading with this fun gross motor sight word game.

Simple Addition Activities using Beads - Find engaging hands-on activities for learning each Sunday night on An Everyday Story

Simple Addition Activities using Beads - Find engaging hands-on activities for learning each Sunday night on An Everyday Story

My students love this game! Teacher Mom of 3: Making Learning Hands-On: Strategies That Work!

My students love this game! Teacher Mom of 3: Making Learning Hands-On: Strategies That Work!

My Many Colored Days Activity - would be cute to do this with their actual picture photocopies in black and white!

My Many Colored Days Activity - would be cute to do this with their actual picture photocopies in black and white!

Are your students interested in emojis? Mine are obsessed! We stumbled upon this interest after setting out some loose parts for the children to explore in the first few weeks of school. One studen…

Are your students interested in emojis? Mine are obsessed! We stumbled upon this interest after setting out some loose parts for the children to explore in the first few weeks of school. One studen…

Happy / Sad Sorting  Sort each photograph by whether the person looks happy or sad.      I Googled "happy" and "sad" faces, printed them onto cardstock and laminated them.  You could also use pictures cut out of magazines or photographs you have on hand.  ~Social Skills, Sorting / Categorizing~

Happy / Sad Sorting Sort each photograph by whether the person looks happy or sad. I Googled "happy" and "sad" faces, printed them onto cardstock and laminated them. You could also use pictures cut out of magazines or photographs you have on hand. ~Social Skills, Sorting / Categorizing~