Early Elementary Resources

Discover a wide range of engaging and educational resources designed specifically for early elementary students. Enhance their learning experience and foster a love for education with these top ideas.
Early Childhood Themes...thematic units for preschoolers and kindergarten children.  Has links to activities for each theme Freetime Activities, Theme Activity, Thematic Units, Preschool At Home, Preschool Themes, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Lessons, Teaching Preschool, Homeschool Preschool

Not only are theme activities a fun way to explore new topics with kids, there are also many educational benefits. Get a free printable list of themes to plan your year, and find planning guides and theme activities for our favorite preschool and kindergarten themes to use in the classroom or at home.

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Emily Fajardo
Choice Boards for Early Finishers - A Love of Teaching White Board Agenda Classroom, Common Board Configuration Elementary, Reading Choice Board 2nd Grade, Education Ideas For Elementary, Reward Choice Board, Fast Finisher Activities Middle School, Ela Early Finishers Middle School, Finished Early Board, Middle School Early Finishers Activities

I found the answer to early finishers! Put an end to the early finisher challenge with fun and engaging Early Finisher Choice Boards. They are free, too!

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Catherine Emerson
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A good self-help tool in the classroom. Our kids have a lot going on and don't always have the skills to deal with that. This is an easy way to provide a safe space for them to get things out.

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Laura Terry
Classroom Newsletter by Teacher Gameroom 4 Preschool Newsletter Ideas Early Childhood, Weekly Newsletter To Parents Preschool, Preschool Monthly Newsletter, Special Ed Classroom, Teacher Expectations, Ed Classroom, News Letters, Class Newsletter, October Is Here

September is over and October is here to stay. Like most teachers, we’ve been in school for little over a month. If you’re like me, I send out a newsletter at the beginning of each month to parents letting them know what we are working on that month. Here are few things I’ve learned about […]

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Izzy
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These 25 quick and easy tips for new teachers will help you create a positive, engaging, and effective learning environment for your students.

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Kristan Self

When you pass out base ten blocks or linking cubes to Kindergartners for the very first time, what do you expect that they might do? Chances are, it is inevitable that they will immediately begin building towers, structures, and patterns without being prompted. In fact, it is a "common ground rule" that early childhood teachers must ALWAYS give their students ample time to explore, play, and build with manipulatives before attempting to use them as instructional tools.

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Elisabeth Anderson

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