Disguise glasses, secret files, investigation tape, and mysterious footprints. We've got a mystery on our hands! This calls for some help from some secret agents! Imagine turning your classroom into a fun, interactive spy headquarters that your students will never forget! Hello everyone, it's Chad here from the Male Kindergarten Teacher Blog! Today I am excited to share with you how I turned m...
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This activity includes naming each shape and listening to the beginning sound (phonemic awareness) and then matching the beginning letter (phonics)! It will also be easy to differentiate as my students grow…they may match medial or final sounds, or even spell the CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) word.
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Happy Fall Y’all! (OK – I had to say that at least once!) How incredibly adorable are these color NO SEW felt leaves? I’m in love! In fact I’m so in love that I decided to make a whole bunch of felt play items from using our Ellison SuperStar die machine! You can do this for ANY theme or holiday! I can’t wait to make Christmas ornaments this way!
Hi everyone! My name is Caitlin, and I’m the owner and writer behind the Teach Inspire Change brand, and I am also the co-founder of an academic summer camp and after-school company called EB Academic Camps. I’m excited to be sharing this fun characterization activity with you today.
You will need the following:
Ellison SuperStar Machine
Puzzle Piece Dies (A10665 and / or A10666)
Happy November! Hello everyone, it's Chad here from the Male Kindergarten Teacher Blog! What's the one holiday that everyone always looks forward to in November? Thanksgiving, of course! Thanksgiving is a time of being thankful, spending time with friends and family, and turkey, of course! Today I am excited to share with you a quick and easy turkey craft that is perfect for that centerpiece ...
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and I like to take the month of November to discuss the meaning of being thankful with my students. I turn this discussion into a class project, which I turn into a ...
Hi everyone! Miss Sue here, sharing a color study completed with my pre-Kindergartners!
At the end of the summer, we had a few days to strategize with the other teachers from school. I’m the new art teacher at this school this year, so it was a great opportunity to collaborate with the other artist teachers on some ideas!
The music teacher brought in a book she picked up over the Summer - “Th...
Hi everyone! My name is Caitlin, and I’m the owner and writer behind the Teach Inspire Change brand, and I am also the co-founder of an academic summer camp and after-school company called EB Academic Camps. I’m excited to be sharing my second post for Ellison Education with you today.
This is a cute little gift idea that you can put together for your students. I created this one for a birthd...
It's pumpkin season and you know what that means: jack-o'-lanterns! One of my favorite childhood memories is carving pumpkins into a spooky, funny, or adorable jack-o'-lantern. Hello everyone, it's Chad here from the Male Kindergarten Teacher Blog! Creativity in the classroom is very important to me. I try to make each lesson and craft as engaging as possible and allow my students to create thei...
It is officially fall. It’s time for pumpkins, colorful leaves, fires, and s’mores. Hi friends, it’s Amanda from Mrs. Pauley’s Kindergarten here with you today. One thing that I love about Ellison products is that not only do I use the dies to create activities for my classroom, but I also use them quite often to make decorations for my home. I like to decorate for the different seasons an...