Sunday, July 23, 2017

Back to School Scoot

Looking for a fun Back to School activity that gets your kiddos out of their seats and moving? 
Scoot activities are guaranteed to get your kiddos engaged in a fun activity while you need a little time to get all your first of the year forms and supplies checked.

Just click on the pic below to get this fun freebie! Print out the cards, place on desks, give your kiddos some paper, and let the fun begin. It's a great way to learn some interesting facts about your new group of kids.
 Back to School Scoot Freebie
Leave me a comment and let me know how you used my Back to School Scoot.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Can't Live Without!

Don't you have some tried and true items you know you can't start school without? I do!

I've always depended on heavy magnetic hooks for a myriad of uses. These are a little different than the ones I've used in the past, but you can't beat this price! Grab a pack now to hang your pocket charts on a magnetic board, keep rings of sight words handy, or keep up with all those important papers you get at the beginning of school.

These Sterlite boxes are PERFECT for storing centers. The kiddos just pick up the box and move to their choice of seating to complete their work. Here's a great deal on a pack of six.

If you don't want the six pack, click on the link below for a single.

Black Sharpies -- Can't ever have too many! 

I copy all of my station/center activities on card stock before laminating for extra durability.

Once cut out, I use these heavy duty laminating pockets with my trusty laminator.

I store the activities in cute file folders like these. I LOVE Barker Creek products!

These self-adhesive zip lock pockets are a lifesaver for keeping up with all the small parts of learning activities I use in my stations. After I've decorated the folder, I laminate it, then apply the pocket to the inside or back cover.

Please leave a comment with your "Can't Live Without" items for Back to School.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Long Time, No See!

Long time, no see! I've got some new resources to share with you, but need a couple of people to proof them for me first. Is anyone interested? Please comment below if you are.