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DIY Alphabet Stones

Having lots of different examples of the alphabet is key to early literacy skills and generalization of letters. For my sensory driven kiddos, I know these alphabet stones will be just the ticket to getting them hooked during literacy groups at the beginning of the year.  You can use alphabet stones in a variety of…

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End of the Year Teacher Gift – Freebie Tag

After showing off the gift I got my amazing Teacher Assistants this year on Instagram, I had a few e-mails about the tags I made, so I thought I would share! Although most of us are out for the summer, it’s always good to get ahead of the game for next year. I got the…

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What Goes Together? Association Flipbooks

Flipbook tasks are my favorite go to task throughout the day. They are perfect for teaching new skills, practicing learned skills, and then throw in a students work system once they have mastered the concept. Use these books in circle time, reading groups, or one on one with students to help them learn common items…

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Classroom Task Bin Organization

    This year, I decided I wanted to take my love of plastic bins to a whole new level. I love keeping my materials organized in bins, especially when I have to leave everything to collect dust over the summer.        In my classroom, I have students at all different levels working…

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