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Easy to Maintain Classroom Jobs | Learning In Wonderland

It’s going to sound crazy, but I have never had “official” class jobs in our room. Don’t get me wrong, my kids have had jobs, but nothing was actually displayed. We kind of played it by ear and it worked well but I wanted to be more consistent on changing them out in order to ... Read More about Easy to Maintain Classroom Jobs

Teaching With a Mountain View: {Peek of the Week} A Peek into Sunny's 4th & 5th Grade Classroom

I have been receiving a lot of submissions for Peek of the Week, and I continue to be amazed at your willingness to share your classrooms (and all your hard work) and the way you have all made your classrooms your own. They are all beautiful, in every way. I am truly overwhelmed with the ... Read more

Classroom Visual Aids for Toddlers that Work

What classroom visual aids for toddlers are helpful? Where do I find them or how do I make my own? Are you feeling a little lost, trying to outfit your toddler classroom with the best visual aids? This article will help you understand what visual aids would be useful in a toddler classroom, where to find them as well as tips to making your own for a more personal touch.

Making our own stick puppets for our daily attendance board in PreK!

A unique way to explore name recognition in preschool One of the first things I like to have the children get into the habit of doing when they enter the classroom is to find their name. In our PreK class, Miss. Cobb came up with this fun idea of creating stick puppets for our daily attendance

If you teach the early years you will know the significance of a child's growing self perception. What a wonderful opportunity we have to help build and grow self confidence and self esteem in our lit

If you teach the early years you will know the significance of a child's growing self perception. What a wonderful opportunity we have to help build and grow self confidence and self esteem in our lit

Student check-in area. Might insert red/green cards to represent absent/present; students flip to green each morning, teacher turns to red (or give student the job) each afternoon

Students check in when they come in the morning. They have a number pocket and insert a card stating if they are buying, ordering, buying and ordering or there is a star sticker if they are just bringing.