Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Back to School linky party - awesome free stuff from teacher friends!

Hey everyone!

Since back to school time is as soon for some of us, let's see some great and free ideas for the classroom from my awesome teacher-friends-bloggers!

Check them out!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Back To School - Fairy-Tale Classroom Decorations, Crafts, Alphabet and Number Lines, First-Day Activities and more.

Hey, everyone! 

Seems like the summer is flying by and for some of us it is back to school time 😅

This year, inspired by a very popular fairy-tale project we did, I decided to create a back-to-school "knights and princesses" packet. A fairy-tale themed classroom is an all-time favorite of teachers and kiddos. It is also a theme children recognize and can relate to which helps to break the ice during those first days of school. I included classroom decorations and essentials like alphabet and number lines plus a lot of fun first-day activities and crafts. 

You can see a preview below:

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Thank you for stopping by,

                                        Dina - The Constant Kindergartener

P.S. I have been getting a lot of positive feedback for this packet by fellow educators..thank you! 😊😊

Sunday, July 7, 2013

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4th of July/Independence Day Social Studies - History Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Hey everyone!

Hope you are well and enjoying summer!

This week, I have created a non fiction story, to help explain the 4th of July/Independence Day to children in kindergarten and 1st grade. If you had no idea where or how to start, I think this will help you begin your unit in class or at home.

You can to use it in the reading/literacy center, as an emergent reader, read aloud or for group reading. It is also appropriate for a great (hi)story sequence activity.

A preview:

You can check this out by following the link below:

Thank you for stopping by!

                                                     Dina - The Constant Kindergartener