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It's almost the END OF THE YEAR 🎉Getting ready for an end of the year celebration?? These invitations are a fun way to let families know!This resource comes with a PowerPoint file so you can easily type in the date and time of your celebration and then print to send home. Color, black & white, full sheet, and half sheet are also included.Includes Pre-K through 2nd grade.bit.ly/eoyinvitations... See MoreSee Less
MEET THE TEACHER 🍎🍏》http://bit.ly/meetteacherinvitationsWe always sent letters or postcards to our incoming students, so a few years ago I created this cute poem letter!You have the option to type in the date and time of your meet and greet OR print it and write it in.You also have the option of color or black & white, full page or half sheet.PreK through 2nd grade are included. ... See MoreSee Less
Two of my absolute FAVORITE back to school resources!! ⌚️☆ Alphabet Watches☆ Number Watches• Letter and number recognition• Beginning sounds and counting• Fine motor and cuttingWhich one do you think your students would love more??Leave an 🔠 or 🔢 if you want the links! ... See MoreSee Less
One of my absolute favorite resources is this parts of a plant notebook activity! 🌱I always brought in the food items for my students to build all of the plant parts and then taste each part. Then they would match up and label the parts of a plant and draw/write the food for each part.Have you tried doing this with your students??bit.ly/plantsnotebook... See MoreSee Less