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sekoshi: mateshit: amazinglyartisticadvice: The head, at various angles, in perspective. BEAUTIFUL REFERENCE Omg we use this in my figu...

Great game for revising words! Give your students a list of words you want them to revise and play the game!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Sight Words: Dolch Pre-Primer Sight Word Activity Mats

Sight word play dough activity mats - build it, identify it read it in context, trace it, and write it

Wire Sculpture by Ben Coutouvidis Why are dandelions all the rage right now?

Joseph Loughborough drawing- most of his work is pretty dark for my taste but I was drawn to this one. A character on the verge of... inspirataional for use in relaying a turn in plot, a change of mind, about to do something drastic, etc. This is haunting and yet while it is a bit disturbing, the idea of an open top head with frenetic lines could be used to good effect for a character in a fairy tale

from Scholastic Teachers

A Kindergarten Writing Center in Action

When working on social skills with my little guys (school social work), I might change this to "What I can talk about."

This has been one of my favorite head cannons for a while. I discovered it because of a drawing of POC!James and I haven't been able to see the characters any other way since.

from Southern Fried Teachin

Fun and simple strategy for practicing vocabulary

Looking for an easy and fun way for your students to practice their vocabulary words? My students loved it and never realized they were learning! This strategy can work for any grade, from kindergarten to high school!