How many kids on your caseload could you take home for good? I’ve got two.
The claw machine can only grab prizes with your sound (4 of the pics are close substitutions!). I push my kiddos to think about phonemic awareness while we address artic. Helps with reading AND carryover.
This is one of the first ideas I blogged about and it’s still a hit with my older students. Who remembers the old commercials—a minute to learn. A lifetime to master.
I’m willing to try anything. I’ve been playing nurse for my flu stricken son all week. Fingers crossed what I feel is early allergies and not flu B. 😷
I’ve started asking some of my kiddos to pick two stickers. One for themselves and one for a classmate. It’s an easy way to encourage initiation and kindness. I watch them give the sticker (I’ve seen them try to slip the sticker in a cubby instead), we chose a different classmate each time, and we talk about what sticker might be an appropriate choice (thinking about what the classmate likes or the season).
When did Playdoh get so stingy? Needed to replace some colors and couldn’t find the old 5oz pots. Is this the new normal?
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