Groovy Cat Week: Fun activity for teaching alliteration to your preschool or kindergarten students with Pete the Cat using an easy, DIY paper bag puppet.
Groovy Cat Week: Fun activity for teaching simple story problems (addition and subtraction) in preschool and kindergarten. Compose and decompose numbers.
Groovy Cat Week: Fun ideas for teaching prepositions to your preschool or kindergarten students using Pete the Cat story book character.
Groovy Cat Week: A fun, hands-on game to help your preschool and kindergarten students learn letter sounds with Pete the Cat.
Review of Jack Hartmann’s Every 1 Counts CD. Designed to support the Common Core Standards, these songs make learning math fun.
Do you struggle to find time to change out the props in your dramatic play center? These printable props will help you easily transform your dramatic play center into an adorable post office. February is a good time to set up a Post Office in your dramatic play center. Your kids will love addressing and […]
Printable book box labels for your pre-k, preschool, or kindergarten classroom library. More than 27 different labels to choose from, editable.
Playdough Center for Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten Play Dough Center How to set up a playdough Center in your preschool, pre-k, Head Start or kindergarten classroom. Organizing a Play Dough Center The picture above shows how the play dough center is organized. There is a tub for each type of tool and they are clearly […]
Phonological awareness skills are the building blocks of future reading success. It’s important to help your little learners develop phonological awareness skills in Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten, because without these basic literacy skills they will struggle with reading later. What is Phonological Awareness? Phonological awareness refers to the ability to segment and manipulate the sounds […]
I saw these pencils at Walgreens in the Valentine section, 2 for $1, and I immediately thought how they would make perfect “Kiss Your Brain” tools. “Kiss Your Brain” is a popular phrase from Dr. Jean and I used it often with my students. I would pretend to kiss my hand and then my head […]