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From Art Projects for Kids - December 01, 2016
Try Elf feet drawing for a fun holiday project. The close up view of just the legs and shoes make for festive picture that would be great for many di...
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From Art Projects for Kids - November 30, 2016
This mosaic picture frame is actually just an old CD that is cut up and glued to a wooden frame. Finish with the right metallic paint and you?ll be c...
From An Apple for the Teacher - November 28, 2016
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving break with your family and friends!  Just a few more weeks back in the classroom and it will already be time...
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From An Apple for the Teacher - November 27, 2016
If you have a special teacher in your life, or you are a teacher who has a hard time asking for things at Christmas time, this list is for you!  Her...
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From Sarah's First Grade Snippets - November 27, 2016
Intervention. It's become a big time buzz word that we all use and hear on a daily basis. As teachers, when we hear "intervention resources" our ears...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 23, 2016
To make this ornament Christmas card, try a drawing technique that makes a very pretty holiday picture. Just fill the ornaments with lots of with sha...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 20, 2016
There is no digital replacement for mixing colors for a fall leaf painting, and I was reminded again how much kids just love the unknown of stirring ...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 19, 2016
Thanks to craft paper punches, projects like this paper cactus are totally possible even for classrooms. I just recommend pre-punching the circles fo...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 17, 2016
Need a follow up turkey coloring sheet for a Thanksgiving lesson? Or maybe just looking for a good adult coloring page for yourself? Here?s a turkey ...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 29, 2016
A candle card works well for the holidays as so many religions use them to celebrate. This is simply drawing candles and then breaking up the backgro...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 28, 2016
I taught my students how to draw a teddy with a few simple shapes, and they found many, many ways to turn him or her into their own creation. For ins...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 27, 2016
I?ve made a tutorial on how to draw Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, which I believe keeps his cute details, while keeping him as simple as possible t...
From Third Grade Thinkers - November 26, 2016
Hello All,  Another Thanksgiving has come and gone. What a great one it was! I've got my sights on Christmas next and am itching to start decorating...
From First Grade Fanatics - November 22, 2016
 Hope your week is off to a great start!  I've been super been super busy getting ready for conferences, but wanted to share a few ideas and freebi...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 20, 2016
In the spirit of giving this holiday week, I?d like to offer this free Thanksgiving Mural PDF template. The five-page file that you can download belo...
From Second Grade Nest - November 19, 2016
This blog post is all about integrating writing into your primary math block. This will include tips for teaching students how to respond to short an...
From Margo's Math and More - November 28, 2016
The cost of filling the  stockings is gettting to be more than the main gifts! How did this happen? Find some free and inexpensive fillers for presc...
From Margo's Math and More - November 28, 2016
The Teachers Pay Teachers Cyber Sale is on! Check out this post for a compilation of my most wishlisted products. Then hop on over to the Wishlist Li...
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From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - November 27, 2016
Many people think that alphabet books are primarily for teaching sound-symbol relationships to emergent readers. However, their use goes way beyond t...
From Third Grade Thinkers - November 24, 2016
We've made it to Thanksgiving! I can't even put into words how much I appreciate this time to unwind and maybe catch up a bit.  We have been busy, b...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 22, 2016
Students can make some beautiful mosaic bean art, thanks to lots of varieties you can find at your local grocery store. The earliest examples of mosa...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 19, 2016
Here?s my popular ?Draw A Turkey? tutorial in a format that is more computer friendly. If you prefer something you can print and pass out to students...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 18, 2016
I found my new favorite beginner weaving project that takes very little prep work, is inexpensive, and still makes a very pretty little work of art. ...
From First Grade Fanatics - November 28, 2016
Congratulations Christine!  You will receive an email from me shortly!  Thank you to all who participated.  I will make a list of all of your book...
From Margo's Math and More - November 27, 2016
Take a look at these wonderful Christmas gift catalogs. Specifically for Kids and teachers.  Read more
From First Grade Fanatics - November 27, 2016
Happy Sunday!  Teachers Pay Teachers is having a Cyber Sale that begins November 28th  and runs through November 29th, and we've got a $10 gift car...
From Art Projects for Kids - November 23, 2016
This recycled pencil star idea came about from seeing lots of half-used pencils in my room. I have boxes of them that are a bit too awkward to hold, ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - November 21, 2016
If you are looking for a last minute idea for Thanksgiving, you might want to read the book Encounter  by Jane Yolen with your class! And don't forg...
From Second Grade Nest - November 19, 2016
I'm coming back again to show you my December showcase! And give you lots of freebies, too! I'd love to show you guys what I think is perfect to use ...
From Inner Pieces Gallery - November 17, 2016
It was the year 2016.† In the United States, it was the year of the Strangest.† Election. †Ever.† We survived it of course, and by that I mean the pre...
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