Carpet Song Poster
I teach Kindergarten and we sing songs all day! I sing this song as well transition to "carpet" or "circle" time. My kiddos need a poster to reference it and I use this to teach the song. There are 2 different versions (in the preview) one with no pictures and larger font and one with pictures.Please leave feedback if you are downloading!If you have any suggestions, or would like to edit it please feel free to ask or e-mail me at email@example.comThank you for your support!
Parts of a Pumpkin Free Printable
Students create a interactive diagram of the inside and outside of a pumpkin using these parts of a pumpkin free printable templates.
Kids Cape May County Library
Such a fun action rhyme for the winter season! This song can easily be accompanied by shaky eggs and scarves! #CMCLKids #Storytime #EarlyLiteracy #Library #Programming #Rhymes #ActionRhyme #LibraryProgram #KidsEvents #KidsSongs #ChildrensMusic #LibraryLife
Here are some amazing apple activities the class participated in this past week. Here's a pocket chart activity. This is sung to the tune of Bingo. This is a class favorite! These are the apples created from our Apple Glyph. We practiced ordering numbers from lowest to highest using dice. The students made 10 apples up on top of their head after listening to the story, 10 Apples Up On Top. The students picked a number apple and colored the number word on their paper to match. Next the…
Fall Poems for Preschool | Mrs. A's Room
These fall poems are perfect for your preschool or kindergarten class! These poetry packs are full of ideas and activities for your shared reading time, and your kiddos will love them!
STORYTIME SONG - TeachersPayTeachers.com
I originally came across this wonderful chant at http://steedreads.wikispaces.com/file/detail/Hands+Go+Up+storytime+song.m4v I was browsing through different librarian wiki's when I first got hired. I wanted to get some ideas on library management with the little ones who seemed so wiggly! I tho...
Free Classroom Management Song - Miss Kindergarten
As a Kindergarten teacher, I always find myself singing songs! And I’m not talking about “Days of the Week” or typical songs you would sing throughout the day…I mean I sing everything. I find that my students respond better when I sing than when I talk. So if I want my students to write their […]