More ideas from J
A height chart with the flower acting as the name tag. Leaves can be incorporated for such things as age and weight.

Math wall---"How Tall am I?" Flower Sprouts with the kids' names on the flowers. This would be great as a beginning and end of the year activity! I can just imagine how much the kids would giggle over their comparisons :-)

Guessing the Hidden Number reinforces the shapes of numbers; loops, straight lines, angles, etc..

FREE Play ‘Hidden Numbers’ to help children recognise numbers - this game will get your child to associate shapes with numbers for easy identification. Cut a small hole in an envelope, put a number in it so that only part of it shows,

An easily-made matching letters activity. By placing magnetic letters on black paper, and then leaving the paper out in the sun, the exposed black parts will be sun-bleached. The areas occupied by letters remain true to their original black, giving spots for magnets to be matched with.

DIY Preschool sunbleach puzzle: Leave magnet letters on black paper in the sun. The sun bleaches the paper and you have an instant letter matching center. Great way to practice letter sounds, spelling, numbers.so many possibilities.

Challenge Capsules can occupy students who are early finishers and/or high achievers!

Neat idea for all camps. Could work as a"panic game/activity " Art Challenge capsules for students who finish early-- keep those high achievers moving :) teacher-teacher-teacher

"Teacher's survival kit: Animal cookies for when your classroom seems like a zoo Band Aids for when things get a little rough. Chewing Gum to help you stick to it. Crayons to color your day bright and cheerful. A candle for when you are up late grading papers. Erasers to remind you everyone makes mistakes. Lifesaversfor when you've had one of those days. Marbles to replace the ones you've lost. A Mounds Bar for the mounds of confidence you give your students."

Good idea for a student teacher! Teacher's survival kit: Animal cookies for when your classroom seems like a zoo. Band Aids for when things get a little rough. Chewing Gum to help you stick to it. Crayons to color your day bright and cheerful, and more.

A rhyming words activity where students put letter coins into labelled pots (pots of gold).

Pot of Gold Word Families- why not also do it with addition facts. Write the answer on the pot of gold and then the number sentence on the coins?