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Collection by Jessica Laney

Jessica Laney

Writing Office Bundle

These writing offices are perfect writing tools to assist your students into becoming independent writers during writer's workshop. There are several helpful anchor charts in each set. The original, printable writing office comes in an AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH version.*Update 8/15/20* - Added a Digital Wr...

Reading Group Organizers | Posters and Labels

Fruit themed Reading Group Posters and Book Box LabelsKeep your reading groups visible and organised for both yourself and your students by using these brightly coloured posters and labels in your classroom.Includes:10 various fruity themed groups - The Watermelons, The Pineapples, The Oranges, The ...

Wall: the big return of the moldings - My Romodel

They are found in most Haussmann apartments, they make us dream for their refinement and elegance and finally, they sign their big comeback this year, I named: moldings! With the return of the Art Deco movement in vogue, moldings are, more than ever, the trend in wall decoration. Decorative styles, renovation, maintenance or laying of …

Daily Schedule Cards Editable with Clocks - Visual Schedule Chart

Students love to know what's coming up next in their day. These daily classroom schedule cards make an eye-catching display on the wall or board so students know what to expect. It is also a helpful aid when learning to tell time.Includes:PRINT AND WRITE CARDSThese are pre-made cards with non-editab...

Student Birthday Tips and Tricks

There are so many ways to celebrate birthdays in the classroom! I've done several different things throughout the years but this year, I found the perfect combo. Kept it easy and meaningful for the kids! Read below to see how we celebrate birthdays. Please note that this blog post includes some Amazon affiliate links. These links cost nothing to you to use, but I receive a small commission for referring you. This is the whole set up: Certificates: These certificates are super easy to put…

Motivation Monday - Daily Schedules

This week's Monday Motivation is all about Daily Schedules! If you missed the last few weeks, you can click below to get caught up. Week 1: Classroom Library Week 2: Managing Centers Week 3: Word Walls Oh, My, Lanta. Daily Schedules. This is something that I feel like I JUST can't seem to make it work year to year, even if my schedule does NOT change. Isn't it funny how the group of kids can really change you do things year to year? I'm not sure what my schedule will be like next year…

In Case No One Told you today, hello, good morning, you belong here, you're doing great, I believe in you; Classroom Wood Sign; Teacher sign

Perfect sign to have right outside your door or in your hallway. How to Order: - Add this listing to your cart. *You can also request a proof of your sign, just please note that requesting proofs will add to the processing time, as I’ll need to create your mockup and wait for your approval. Processing & Shipping: - All signs ordered without a proof request will ship out. - Orders are sent via USPS and/or UPS and typically arrive within 2-3 business days after shipping. How to Hang: There is…

Fix It Tickets for Classroom Management and Positive Behavior

Before I delve into the details of “Fix-It Tickets,” let me preface them by saying that the most effective classroom management strategy is forming positive relationships with students. Kids naturally behave better when they feel a personal connection to their teacher, and quite simply, when they feel that their teacher likes them. That being said, […]

Back to School Flipbook for Open House or Parent Night

JUST ADDED: You can now access a Powerpoint version of this flip book for grades Kindergarten-6th grade. Other grades/subjects can be added upon request! Use the powerpoint file to share with families for a virtual open house/parent night! If you need another grade or subject area outside of what is...

Coin Sorting FREEBIE! - Make Take & Teach

Sorting activities are the perfect first step in teaching money skills. Use this coin sorting freebie to help children identify the coins.

Earth Day Centers and Activities (FREE Earth Day Vocab Posters) - Pocket of Preschool

Every spring we should take the time to teach students to take care of our Earth and our environment. Nature is an amazing treasure, and it is our job to take care of it! Go grab your plan book , and let’s plan your Earth Day theme. Don’t forget to grab the FREE Earth Day...Read More

Earth Day Activities (Earth Day Craft, Writing Prompt, Reader & More!)

These Earth Day Activities are a fun and creative way to get children to think, write, and read about how they can help the Earth. In this packet, you will receive a Earth Day mobile craft, a writing prompt with a brainstorming web and word wall cards, two readers for different levels, and an Earth ...


Build and Write Number Learning Activity

Hands-on learning activities?Yes, please! Get your kiddos building with these awesome number mats. ✸✸ CLICK TO SAVE BY BUNDLING! ✸✸Help your students learn letters in a fun and engaging way with these Build & Write Number Mats! Simply add pattern blocks for building the numbers and you have the ...

Drawings to color with children. 10 sheets to make them fall in love - Decor Scan : The new way of thinking about your home and interior design

Enjoying a thousand outdoor activities with the little ones is undoubtedly the most fun. But when it becomes necessary to entertain them without leaving the house, the situation seems to become somewhat more complicated. So in order to explore their more artistic and relaxed side while bringing out the artist in them, today we offer …

Chair Pockets

Happy Summer everyone! It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. I’m enjoying my summer up in Canada visiting my family. I have...

Celebrating Earth Day in the Classroom - Teaching Special Thinkers

Earth Day is on April 22nd, try out these fun and simple activities in your classroom! Earth day book list, sensory bin, easy crafts kids can do by themselves, anchor chart, downloadable book, and more for your toddler, preschool, kindergarten, or first grade students. These activities will also work well in special education classrooms. Teach students how to help our environment with a foldable template about the three r’s reduce reuse and recycling.