Brag Tags

Brag Tags

Activity for ages 3 to 7. If you need an easy way to reward good behavior, brag tags are a MUST! Just print them on colored paper to make them pop, cut apart the pieces, and you're ready to start handing them out to deserving students. Positive praise is the best way...

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Paper Cutting Station

Paper Cutting Station

Activities for ages 3 to 6. Teaching kids to cut with scissors is an important life skill and helps build fine motor strength and hand eye coordination they'll need for writing alphabet letters and words later. But if handing over a pair of blades to young...

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Brag Tags

Astrobrights Brag Tags

Printables for ages 4 to 8. Maybe it's the kindergarten teacher in me, but positive reinforcement is my jam. I love seeing kids' faces light up when they get compliments! Brag tags are a simple tool for recognizing superstar student behavior, motivating...

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Classroom Job Application

Classroom Job Application

Activity for ages 5 to 7. Back to school is all about procedures, procedures, and more procedures!  As teachers, we know that establishing a smooth running classroom takes time and effort but leads to a MUCH more successful school year. Classroom jobs are one of...

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24 Soothing Calm Down Jars

24 Soothing Calm Down Jars

Calm down jars offer a quick way to refocus kids and help them manage difficult emotions. It's hard to keep feeling angry or upset when there is such a mesmerizing bottle in your hands! These calm down jars include more than just glitter, and offer nearly endless...

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Me on the Map Craft

Me on the Map Craft

Activity for ages 5 to 8. Let's face it! Understanding how kids' street, town, state, continent and planet fit together is downright confusing. But, thankfully, this simple me on the map craftivity is coming to the rescue! It's a helpful visual kids can use again...

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Morning Greetings That Rock!

Morning Greetings That Rock!

Activities for ages 3 to 6. Whether you're new to morning greetings and need a few ideas to get started or you're a morning greeting veteran looking for ways to mix things up, these six favorites are for you! The playful ideas are perfect for preschool, kindergarten...

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Editable Pretend Play Sets

Editable Pretend Play Sets

Activities for ages 3 to 6. Pretend play is great for practicing cooperation, communication, planning, imagining... even reading, writing and math! These 9 pretend play sets are must-haves for a dramatic play center or community unit. Use...

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How To Teach Kids Perseverance

How To Teach Kids Perseverance

I often see anxiety skyrocket in my students and kids within the first few minutes of struggling. Whether it’s a new concept, or homework, or friendship trouble, or tying shoes, or a new sport, I’ve come to a conclusion: kids need more practice with perseverance. They...

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Teaching Kids How to Handle BIG Emotions

Teaching Kids How to Handle BIG Emotions

We teach our kids ways to learn academically and tips to stay healthy. I am often reminded at home and in my classroom that children need strategies, tools, and practice to build skills to manage, cope, and thrive within their emotions too. Raising children with a...

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