Jeanne Dupuis

Jeanne Dupuis

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DREAM CATCHERS These Native American dream catchers are really popular with kids. Buy small paper plates and cut out the middles with a craft knife. Then use a hole punch to create holes around t…

The Three Little Pigs emergent reader

The Three Little Pigs Emergent Reader This is a half-page cut-and-staple emergent reader about traditional folk tale of The Three Little Pigs. *** Please NOTE: This reader has been extracted from my The Three Little Pigs worksheets and activities packet.

Print out The 3 Little Pigs story of your own. A picture is worth a lot for literacy! This rebus story is a perfect picture story. Hone your child's…

Help your child hone basic kindergarten reading comprehension skills with these fun printables. From sequencing to rebus reading, kids can understand and identify key features in beloved classics and new stories as well.

13 Movement-Based Exit Activities

13 Movement-Based Exit Activities

FREE math for second grade--math spiral review is great for homework or morning work. Skills that are reviewed include telling time, fractions, place value, counting money, geometry, comparing numbers, and more.

FREE math for second grade--math spiral review is great for homework or morning work. Skills that are reviewed include telling time, fractions, place value, counting money, geometry, comparing numbers, and more.

Last week we started our dental health unit. I had so much fun with this unit! I was lucky enough to have a parent in my class who is a...

Last week we started our dental health unit. I had so much fun with this unit! I was lucky enough to have a parent in my class who is a...

math anchor charts - liter and milliliter anchor chart

This week we have been learning about capacity! The students rotated through stations, choosing the appropriate tool to measure the capacity.

Fun force and motion activities for kids! Perfect for a kindergarten or first grade force and motion unit.

Studying force and motion? These six science experiments and colorful posters are a must!- By Playdough To Plato