match and stick, good fine-motor --could be used with alphabet to teach letter recognition as well.

Number matching - could use colored sticker dots (fine motor) or use crayon/marker/bingo marker to match. Could match sight words too.

Use clothespins with answers to practice addition. This can work for subtraction as well. #math #addition #kindergarten

Clothespin Easy Math Activity with FREE Printable

Math Facts drill WITHOUT writing. Clothespin Easy Math Activity with FREE Printable. Try it for multiplication and division facts.

Such a fun way to learn shapes! Marshmallow geometry. {Playdough to Plato}

Marshmallow Geometry

Shapes: Marshmallow Geometry - Playdough To Plato Fun way to learn shapes. Build them with pretzels and marshmallows. Awesome shape activity for kids! Want great hints regarding arts and crafts?

Great pinterest idea I tried! Students can't interrupt reading groups when the light is on! They love it! Great visual reminder!

use a touch light during small reading groups, when the light is on students cannot approach the teacher or interrupt. When the light is off they can ask questions. Kids love it you can find them at the dollar tree!

Here is a cute idea for making your own sand-filled time out stool . Check tutorial-->

Wonderful DIY Sand- Filled Time Out Stool

This DIY Time Out Stool is a great way to help curb negative behaviour in your home and you make it out of drink bottles!

10 Easy (and fabulous) Alternatives to Packaged Breakfast Cereal for Kids

10 Easy & Healthy Alternatives to Packaged Breakfast Cereal for Kids

10 Easy (and fabulous) Alternatives to Packaged Breakfast Cereal for Kids. The first few ideas are fab.great link to almond and fig energy bites :)

For months I've been seeing this photo of a time-out stool float around Pinterest and wondering about a diy version. I haven't tried it, but I have two ideas that are sure to fit your diy skill set.

Make Your Own Sand-Filled Time Out Stool

Time-out hourglass stool that shows when timeout is over; the sand runs out. You can use clear soda bottles and a wooden bead in between. But for prom deco, not time out.