This paper Easter wreath is easy enough for kids to make and cute/stylish enough for you to decorate the house with it at spring/Easter! This Easter DIY craft is so simple, especially it will put the kids to some real .
could totally do this with a whale shark! "My husband drew this giraffe on a canvas to use as a guestbook for my girlfriends baby shower. To make the giraffe's spots we had the guests stamp their fingerprint and sign their name next to it.
3 different bookmarks to get your students "Wild About Reading." This go great with my other "Wild Safari" items: Wild Safari Group/Table Signs Wild Safari Classroom Passes Pack Wild Safari Punch Card Pack Wild Safari Punch Card Sampler.
These Wild Animal Pattern Block Mats build visual and spatial skills. Well, if you read my post last week, you know I was planning to make more play dough mats, however… my kids were really interested in the pattern blocks this week. While they were makin
These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently r
PP said, "musical chairs reading. Play music and when the music stops students stop, sit down and start reading! Lots of fun and something different to develop reading interests." Perhaps you could also put letters of alphabet on chairs &/or sight words.