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*KIDS EDUCATION* Matching a sentence to a picture. Will probably do these together to model but then they will be put in a pocket chart basket for my students to do independently. Teaching First Grade, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Reading Games, Kindergarten Literacy, Classroom Activities, Reading Centers, Literacy Centers, Speech And Language
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Color words: zoo week....teacher reads the sentence and child with the matching card puts it next to matching sentence.

How to Teach Your Child to Read - Reading Games: Teach Literacy With Magnetic Letters Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Preschool Colors, Teaching Colors, Preschool Classroom, In Kindergarten, Classroom Setup, Toddler Learning, Preschool Activities, Colour Activities For Preschoolers, Early Learning Activities

school ideas-sorting by color

to Teach a Toddler Their Colors Different Creative Activities!) How to Teach a Toddler Their Colors Different Creative Activities!)How to Teach a Toddler Their Colors Different Creative Activities! Preschool Colors, Teaching Colors, Preschool Classroom, Preschool Learning, Fun Learning, Preschool Activities, Preschool Food, Color Activities, Creative Activities
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Color Sorting Printable

coloring sorting free printable

Two-week color unit -- really cute ideas and could use them for writing prompts in weekly centers.and do the related color 'read aloud' at the end of day circle time Kindergarten Colors, Preschool Colors, Teaching Colors, Kindergarten Literacy, Kindergarten Classroom, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Crafts, Classroom Fun, Classroom Activities
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Mrs. Schmelzer's First Grade Class

We continued our Color Day Fun theme and finished up with all the colors. It was a week filled with literature, writing, art, and color day snacks! Monday was orange day. We started our day with our color poem: “Orange is a carrot an the orange I eat. Orange are the new socks I wear upon my feet!” And color monster: Orange, Orange, squished and orange! The two stories that we read for orange day are Cat’s Colors by Jane Cabrera and Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes. After reading Chrysanthemum…

Joyful Learning In Kindergarten Kindergarten Colors, Preschool Colors, Kindergarten Classroom, Classroom Activities, Preschool Graphs, All About Me Preschool Theme, Kindergarten First Day, Sequencing Activities, Colour Activities Eyfs
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Dr. Suess Fun!

This post will share many fun Dr. Seuss things we have done this week! We made the Big Book Cat In The Hat, Cat In the Hat, What do You See? You can see the finished book at the bottom of this post. Dr. Suess Big Book Click here for all the words Dr.Seuss Stations This year I had Dr. Seuss Day. I had four different stations with parent helpers. The activities lasted about forty minutes. I wanted three helpers and had eight! The kids did not have to go to every station. I also had parents…

 :) Preschool Printables: Free Mouse Paint Puppet Sticks helps to evaluate the understanding of a story or the retelling. Preschool Colors, Preschool Literacy, Preschool Education, Preschool Printables, Classroom Activities, In Kindergarten, Book Activities, Preschool Activities, Literacy Bags
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The Preschool Printables shop on TeachersNotebook.com

Co-op art class - Week 1 - Mouse Paint - lots of activities Preschool Letter M, Preschool Literacy, Kindergarten Science, Montessori Activities, Preschool Art, Book Activities, Preschool Colors, Teaching Colors, Paint Themes
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Mouse Paint Manipulatives

My girls adore the book, Mouse Paint. I often catch them reading this book by themselves or to each other! I stepped out of the schoolroom, only to return a few minutes later to the above scene! Mac retelling the story to Izzie! Priceless! I found these amazing color paddles here. Wow! Blue and red make purple!! The girls had so much fun discovering how colors mix to make new colors. Their favorite activity was the Mouse Paint story props! Laminated, added magnets to the back, and Velcro to…