Tag Archives: prek

Encouraging Proper Pencil/Marker/Crayon Grasp

I found this post from Sarah on   http://happybrownhouse.com/6-tips-for-correcting-pencil-grip/ She has listed “6 tips for Correcting Pencil Grip” in an easy to understand manner and even included videos for some of the tips. I already use smaller writing tools and … Continue reading

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Fantastic FREE Online Animated Children’s Stories

http://www.storylineonline.net/ This is a great website sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild.  Each book is read by an actor.  Part of the video is of the actor reading and part is a semi-animated version of the story.  There are several book … Continue reading

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Free Animated Social Skills Stories, Lessons and Songs.

https://wedolisten.org/media/ I found a nice website with FREE animated stories dealing with social skills like listening, recognizing and dealing with anger, allowing others to choose what to play with some of the time and other issues that children need help … Continue reading

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10 Awesome Resources for Visual Supports in the Classroom

 Classroom Management Give Me Five Mini Posters   (found on peacelovelearning.blogspot.com) Based on my stats, the majority of viewers are searching for information and resources on using visual supports.  So, today I will provide you with several helpful sites that will give … Continue reading

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And Now a Word From our Behavior Analysts…

Please print out these “12 Easy Behavior Tips” from our wonderful team of Behavior Analysts (Trish Rich in particular) and read them, post them where you can see them, use them, and pass them on to other teachers and to … Continue reading

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Using Picture Cues to Help Students with Sequencing an Activity

Some students seem to drift from activity to activity without a purpose.  They scan the room, find something of interest, look at or touch it briefly, and move on to something else in a matter of seconds.  Sometimes they just … Continue reading

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Slinky Snake- Making Compound Words Super Fun!

Do you have a slinky?  Do you have a sock?  Get ready to have some fun while helping your students hear the parts of compound words! 🙂 Some teachers have expressed concern that several of their VPK students are having … Continue reading

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