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descriptive words other words to use. be still my heart! I love using a variety of descriptive words. This list, in the words of Mrs.Riley -my high school English teacher, is a plethora of words :-)

reception ideas

love this idea for a graduation party or special birthday . photos hanging from balloons to create a chandelier over a party table.very fun party decoration and conversation starter. Great for anniversary party. Gather photos from over the years.

instead of a wedding sign in book - love this idea! :)

Have your guests sign river rocks instead of a guest book. It's something you can display in your home for years!--much better than a guest book. Maybe not river rocks, but I love the idea.

Thanks, Crafty Jewish Mom, for this amazing Spoon Puppet Theater craft idea! The possibilities are endless. Customize your spoon people with yarn, felt, markers, googly eyes, and more. You can also jazz up your theater with crayons, stickers, or gems.

Spring flower hanging garland easy craft idea Plastic spoons maracas kids craft Plastic spoon craft Image of plastic spoon puppets How to make plastic spoon

I'm done cup.....such a great idea!    Nothing worse than students shouting out "I'm done!" - Great idea to have on each table for kids

(via Team Vs First Grade Fun: Im Done Cups) Students pick a stick from the Im Done cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Teachers can range the activities depending on the grade.

End of the year - in addition to handprints, could have them write their favorite memory from the year. - leave up for the incoming class

End of year bulletin board idea . "We came as Strangers, We leave as Friends!" Ask the children what they have learned this last/past year at school; write the answers next to their hand prints.

The Many Faces of Math  from ThePassionateTeacher on -  (1 page)  - This is a great inventory to use at the beginning of the year to gauge your students' math interests. There is an area for goal development at the end.

This fun math inventory assists teachers in getting to know their students' feelings about math at the beginning of the school year. We do this with reading.Why not math?