I found an example of this adorable display on pinterest and needed to make my own. I just used construction paper and printed out images/words and had them laminated. Now I have a display of 2 of my favorite things :)
Description These displays were featured in my FARMHOUSE DECOR BLOG POST. I've gathered the three displays together in a bundle for you!! Included in this download: Math Acronym Display "Mistakes Allows Thinking to Happen" "We Are Mathematicians" print these B&W pages on colored cardstock! *ink friendly! These posters feature MATH SYMBOLS for the word "mathematicians" CUBES Math Strategy Posters Check out the Preview or visit my Blog Post Here -> Farmhouse Decor Makeover Check out these…
Hi everyone! It has been a busy few weeks in my classroom and it is finally ready! I plan to post a video on my IG soon! Here is my mirror wall. It is by our classroom sink area. There are positive affirmations above each mirror. Find Mirrors Here This is a decorative area above one of my student work tables. It was a blank wall that just needed a little something added to it! Stripe Border I also updated my teacher tool kits! The first one I made to go along with my classroom theme (shiplap…
God knew that John the Baptist would be a special person with a special job even before he was born. This free, printable, spot the differences activity will help children learn about the birth of John the Baptist and discover that John helped prepare the people of Israel for Jesus.
Zones of Regulation posters! Do you use Zones of Regulation in your classroom? I have found it to be a helpful tool to help student identify body clues, emotions, and use coping strategies. I like tying it to Inside Out!
It’s hard to believe another summer has passed and that’s it’s already time to send the kids back to school! As the lazy days of summer come to an end, I’ve been working on getting systems in place for the upcoming school year. I firmly believe that if you don’t have a good system set […]
In this post I share Zones of Regulation® activities, games, and lessons to use in elementary school. Plus what you can do so your school has a common language around self-regulation. If you are currently using or thinking about using the Zones of Regulation counseling curriculum you have to check