Valentine's Day Classroom Activity
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Are you ready for it? Here is a fun, easy, and FREE Valentine's Day Activity for your classroom. It also makes a great growth mindset activity! I teach in a low-income school. Many of my kiddos don’t hear words of affirmation on a daily basis nor do they come to school with a positive self-worth. Even if they do have an excellent home life, I still don't think there is much self-reflection going on in children's lives. Develop Students' Growth…
Autism Activities for Non Verbal Kids
These autism activities are perfect for non verbal kids. Some of them don't require any verbal communication. Others help to build communication skills. Use these activities in your home or autism classroom. #autism #autismactivities #nonverbal
Parenting the Connected Generation and Earning Technology Time
Parenting the Connected Generation and Earning Technology Time. Use the "Technology Elevator" to decide if your child is mature enough to move up.
Reading Comprehension Interventions
Need to help your struggling readers with reading comprehension? My 10 minute interventions are the perfect way to progress monitor your students! The resource includes lesson plans, activities, and materials for the teacher. Tons of fresh ideas & activities on teaching reading comprehension in small groups. Tons of strategies for lower readers. Great to use during centers or reading rotations. (reading interventions, reading strategies, small group reading) (2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th…
Books for Preschoolers to Learn to Read
When a child starts to learn how to read, it's best to make things as fun and encouraging as possible. Here are some Books for Preschoolers to Learn to Read.
Coping Strategies Packet
Life Skills for Children Ages 2 to 18
Discover the essential Life Skills your child needs to be successful in life. Free printable list of Life Skills for Kids - preschool to teen.
7 Parenting Tips to Deal With Sibling Rivalry in the Children
While mostly, siblings are the best friends and companions, we do find, sibling rivalry in some families. Obviously, the parents are the most saddened by sibling rivalry. Can the parents be blamed? If yes, can they handle this? Here are some tips for parents, to handle the sibling rivalry.