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DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children's Book Nook

Easy craft to decorate your child's book nook. Take letters from Walmart and decoupage with Dr. Seuss book pages! (not sure how i feel about doing this to a book. but)mod podge old maps for explore

Create a cute accent to a book nook or bedroom by decoupaging book pages on to inexpensive craft store letters. So many possibilities!

DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children's Book Nook

This is an activity to help prepare students for taking the DIBELS letter naming fluency assessment.  The children will roll a dice and read the row of letters next to the number that he/she rolled.

Roll and Read Through the Year

Fun in First Grade: Welcome Back to School Letters with a Technology Twist

Welcome Back Letters - With a Twist

Do you send Welcome Back to School letters to your students before school starts?    I LOVE taking this opportunity to welcome my students to my classroom!  As a parent, I also love it.  My two girls anxiously await their letters each year. Last year I added something special, and gave it a technology twist.  I have...Read More »

Welcome Back Letters - With a Twist

Welcome Back to School Letters with a Technology Twist // QR code to pictures of the classroom instead of teacher reading?

I love that she has her reading/writing notebooks on the same bookshelf (and color coordinated!) as her cute "READ" letters. I also love that she added the extra touch of displaying books with the small metal easels.

Reading and Writing Notebooks... New Covers

Lessons with Laughter: Reading and Writing Notebooks Make a binder for each child.use for individual portfolios, journals, etc.

Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

DIY READ letters for a book nook

Dollar Store Craft - Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

These parent reading level letters help to explain the characteristics of students independent and instructional reading levels. Great for conferences and to model for parents!

Preparing for another year of reading level assessments? Do you always conference with parents about their child’s progress? The reading level letters cover all DRA…

Fostering the Home-School Connection Through Friday Letters~Such a simple, yet powerful tool for both me and my students.  Find out why in this post and get started writing Friday letters in your classroom by downloading the FREE starter kit with this editable book cover and a parent  letter to get you started.

Fostering the Home-School Connection Through Friday Letters

ESL Family Involvement -Fostering the home-school connection through Friday Letters. Tips for using this simple, yet powerful tool with your students -plus a free letter writing starter kit with parent note to get you started.

{FREEBIE!} Brighten up your classroom with these adorable chalk letters in colorful frames! They can be used as word wall headers, bulletin boards, and more! Letters include both capital and lower case.

Brighten up your classroom with these adorable chalk letters in colorful frames! They can be used as word wall headers, bulletin boards, and more! Letters include both capital and lower case.

Paper Plate BIG Alphabet Memory Game - Great alphabet activity for preschoolers

Paper Plate BIG Alphabet Memory Game

Teach Your Child to Read - Paper Plate BIG Alphabet Memory Game - Great alphabet activity for preschoolers and a super fun independent literacy center for kinders! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.

Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

DIY READ letters for a book nook

Decor Hacks : Make these colorful and unique READ letters for a kids' bedroom, book nook, library, or anywhere else that people will hang out and read!

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