Vision Board with kids!

 

If you think vision boards are something to laugh at, the joke’s on you. Because they work! I’m telling you.

I’ve shared my experience with my dream boards being fulfilled before, which is why I was thrilled when my daughter said she wanted to make one too.

So first let’s talk a little about visualization. It’s a powerful mind exercise that uses the law of attraction to form your life. Or, in other words… What you believe you’ll get out of life is what you’ll get back. Athletes often use this visualization technique in sports.

 

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Pattern activity with early childhood

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Websites for Teachers!

http://bestteacherblog.com/websites-for-elementary-teachers/

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Reading log printable

Click here for printout! >>>  Reading log1

Preschool fall activity

http://www.learnplayimagine.com/2013/09/preschool-activities-for-fall.html

Preschool Activities for Fall (2)

 

 

 

Learn Preschool songs!

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Parenting Webinar: Get kids to listen!

Kids that Listen WITHOUT Nagging, Reminding and Yelling? Sound Impossible? It’s not! Let me show you HOW!

Join our webinar TOMORROW at 9 PM EST for training resources to reduce your parenting stress & stop nagging, reminding & yelling!

Details here and other webinar dates:http://www.positiveparentingsolutions.com/free-parenting-training

Kids that Listen WITHOUT Nagging, Reminding and Yelling? Sound Impossible? It's not! Let me show you HOW!</p><br />
<p>Join our webinar TOMORROW at  9 PM EST for training resources to reduce your parenting stress & stop nagging, reminding & yelling!</p><br />
<p>Details here and other webinar dates: http://www.positiveparentingsolutions.com/free-parenting-training

Getting creative!

One of the greatest skill to have when you teach any grade level is to be creative! Some ideas are collecting different sheets of designed papers, even collect magazines to cut out for scrap booking activities, different style scissors that you can collect from even the dollar stores, collect stickers from dollar stores too! 

1. Make a fun journal cover! Elementary kids love this!

2. Make “All about Me” posters!

3. Make vision boards.

4. Personal student calendars.

5. Family photo album for “Parent Days.”

6. Make covers for pencil holders, etc.

7. So on!! More ideas! 

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Developmental Milestones checklist

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