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Classroom management

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STEM

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Webbing

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Infant door ideas

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Hands on learner

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Auditory learner

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Visual learner

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Sensory

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Building with Sticks and Playdough - easy to prepare engineering project for kids!
Straws, Pasta and Playdough fine motor activity is perfect for kids ages 3-5 and is a fun way to improve fine motor skills, counting and color recognition.

Playdough

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Safety and health

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Writing/reading (ELA)

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So many great seasonal reads! Fun pumpkin books for kids that connect with Fall activities.
About - BOOKS B4 KINDERGARTEN - Live Oak Public Libraries at Live Oak Public Library

Books

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Music

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Infants To Toddlers

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Have fun moving your body with this body gross motor dice game! Great for brain breaks, rainy days or a boredom buster, kids can learn the parts of the body while getting their wiggles out!

Gross motor skills

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Fine motor skills

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20 Beautiful Pressed Flower Crafts

Science

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Math

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Early childhood classroom

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There has been a lot of back and forth about the merit of attachment parenting, a style of parenting that emphasizes the importance of a secure and close relationship between the parent and child. It seems like there is value in understanding the fundamentals of attachment theory, first articulated by John Bowlby in the 1940s and expanded on by Mary Ainsworth in the 1960s and 1970s​.
Psychologist Mary Ainsworth continued on John Bowlby’s work by revealing stunning “strange situation” study, which later resulted 4 Attachment patterns (styles)
Using Positive Words: Creating an Encouraging Classroom | NAEYC

ECE

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Keep Calm & Let A First Grade Teacher Handle It - Athletic Fit T Shirt
FREE Writing activities for students to tell their teacher all about their Fall, Winter, or Spring break. This post has some great ideas and classroom management tips for getting students, and your classroom, back on track after a break. Perfect for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students, you can use it in October, January and March/April!
If you have students who struggle with forming a sentence this is for you! Sentence Helpers provide independence for students who are beginning writers! Perfect for the special education classroom!

1st grade

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What Should a Child Know Before Kindergarten? Learn what a child should know before kindergarten and how EmbarK12 can help.
Funny Kindergarten Teacher Shirt - I love this
Beyond Just Teaching TPT

Teaching kindergarten

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GODS BIG BIG CHURCH
Naivety Scene using cloth

Bible for kids

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