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Chrysanthemum Activities | Creekside Learning
What a wonderful way to celebrate being unique and meeting new friends. The book Chrysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes, is full of wonderful opportunities for learning and we had fun making up some wonderful Chrysanthemum activities.
Secret Letters: An Easy Art + Literacy Activity - Busy Toddler
You have to try this secret letters activity! It's the perfect combination of art and literacy in one magical activity that kids of all ages will love!
FSPDT - Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Pool Noodle Boats Water Sensory Bin: This is absolutely cute! I'm going to grab a few pool noodles from the dollar store and make some of these boats with my boys. I bet it will make swimming at our pool at more fun!
Magnetic Alphabet Fishing - Busy Toddler
Magnetic Alphabet Fishing: a quick and easy toddler activity that's perfect! Simple alphabet sensory activity.
Student Work Display
It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. You want something that will make each of your student's take great pride in what they complete and absolutely love showing off all their hard work and effort. If you are having trouble figuring out the a fun and easy way, than this post is for YOU! My student's loved our display for student work and honestly, kids from other classrooms enjoyed it too.
Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Planning Playtime
Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters using paper cups, and lots of other fun activities.
Handwriting: Tall, Small and Fall
I have been watching our OT the past few years when she's come into our classroom to do a few lessons here and there and I've picked up on a...
A Colorful Class Book | Back to School
Enjoy this free class book. Students can practice printing their names and reviewing the color words with this class book perfect for Back to School.
This week during our stations we are focusing on correctly writing the letters in our name. This activity has them counting the letters in their name, arranging the letters in their name in order and then writing them the correct way. It is a great way to differentiate and meet all ability levels in the classroom.Here are a few examples.