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Fine motor games and a freebie! Fine motor development is an important part of early childhood. These fine motor games are perfect for PreK, Kindergarten, or First Grade students. They are easy to prep and can be used as an independent activity or fun partner game. Plus grab a superhero themed freebie to play with your students!
As parents, the way we speak to our children is incredibly important. Words can build kids up, and they can just as easily tear them down. Check out our list of 55 positive things to say to your child on a daily basis. Bond while you build their confidence. #beenke #parenting
This just gives a small insight into ALL of the things teachers are expected to do in front of around 37 students on a daily basis. Not to mention the fact that the teacher needs to display enthusiasm for the content, establish a safe and efficient classroom environment, and build genuine relationships with students while also managing their behavior. Before criticizing a teacher, really try to put yourself in his or her shoes. It's an amazing job that I love, but it sure isn't an easy one.
Help prevent bullying in your classroom by explaining the concept of Bucket Filling to your students. Bucket Filling gives students a great visual as well as a concrete way to talk about their feelings and how others are affecting them. This colorful presentation outlines the major points and concepts of bucket filling in a child friendly way! ...
Are you an elementary education teacher looking for more classroom ideas? This classroom management tip will ease the stress of transitions in the classroom! Using music in the classroom is a fabulous classroom management tool! Check out these awesome lists! You can listen to the music on the website!