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Simply print and cut out these sentence strip cards and you will have a center ready to go. Use these as independent centers or in conjunction with our Hello

Great post on getting set up and organized for back to school with your planning binder!  Love this product, it has everything you need for back to school and more!

Great post on getting set up and organized for back to school with your planning binder! Love this product, it has everything you need for back to school and more! A similar lay out can be used for binders Learning Center Papers

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Educational Science Trading Cards for ALL AGES! Life Cycles, Solar System, Planets, Moon Phases, Animals, Biomes, and More!

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Educational Science Trading Cards for ALL AGES! Life Cycles, Solar System, Planets, Moon Phases, Animals, Biomes, and More!

Here is an activity for a literacy work station to build concepts of print and conventions. The children build a sentence in the pocket chart and r...

George WASHINGTON CARVER foldables and Roll-the-dice activity {Mini-Unit}

Pirate Treasure Map-use as an artic game from Speech Lady Liz. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

The Inspired Apple: Teaching R-Controlled Vowels: /ar/ {First Grade Activities} & Tee-Shirt Tutorial

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This voice levels poster is used in most preschools during my placesment, I think it is an effective way for teachers to control the voices in the kinder. Child also remember the colors and related voice levels that they should use inside and outside.

Alphabet freebie activities from FCRR!

Alphabet Fun

Free printable phonics packet (my only complaint is that "n" is for nickel). Some of the ideas: use pasta or pipe cleaners to write words, use clothes pegs to match upper and lower case letters, cut letters out of magazines and put them in categories.

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Their answers for Freaky Friday were.interesting, thoughtful, and hilarious I love these kids!

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