1. Autism & Learning
Source: http://visual.ly/node/23423
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    Autism & Learning

    Source: http://visual.ly/node/23423

  2. shades of feelings. this is a fantastic way to help children identify their feelings with a little help from these fun (and free) paint samples. 

source: http://mrskellysklass.blogspot.com/2012/09/giveaways-sales-and-fall-oh-my.html

    shades of feelings. this is a fantastic way to help children identify their feelings with a little help from these fun (and free) paint samples. 

    source: http://mrskellysklass.blogspot.com/2012/09/giveaways-sales-and-fall-oh-my.html

  3. Learning Numbers - Magnet Fishing
Source: http://www.makedoandfriend.com/2012/02/learning-numbers-magnet-fishing.html

    Learning Numbers - Magnet Fishing

    Source: http://www.makedoandfriend.com/2012/02/learning-numbers-magnet-fishing.html

  4. Free printables?!

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    I found some great printables on this website — some of which were free! 

  5. Social/Emotional Development - 10 worksheets available - Practice identifying and discussing common emotions. Gain empathy by understanding what makes different people feel each different emotion. These would  be great to print out and have in a binder with sheet protectors to be filled out with dry-erase markers. 

Source: http://www.schoolsparks.com/kindergarten-worksheets/category/emotions-worksheets

    Social/Emotional Development - 10 worksheets available - Practice identifying and discussing common emotions. Gain empathy by understanding what makes different people feel each different emotion. These would  be great to print out and have in a binder with sheet protectors to be filled out with dry-erase markers. 


    Source: http://www.schoolsparks.com/kindergarten-worksheets/category/emotions-worksheets

  6. Don’t Get Zapped Game!

    Our local Taget Dollar Spot has plastic jumbo craft sticks 30 for a dollar.  (But you could just as easily use the wooden jumbo craft sticks.)   I created labels to cut apart and attach to the one end of the craft stick.  The kids pull out a stick and either solve the problem to keep it or follow the direction on the stick…Take a stick from another player, Take an Extra Turn, or Zapped! Put all your sticks back. 





    Source:  http://swampfrogfirstgraders.blogspot.com/2011/01/dont-get-zapped-addition-version.html

  7. Sunday Funday!

    What’s Sunday Funday?! Every Sunday I will post my favorite activity/craft/story that I found during the week. 

    Being a huge fan of traveling and learning about the world, this activity is great for kids to learn about different countries, cultures, and (one of my personal favorites) flags! Kids can keep this box and fill it with anything world/travel related and even buy souvenirs for their box when they go on trips. Sort of reminds me of a spin on Ellie and Carl Fedricksen’s “Adventure book” (From the movie “Up”! C’mon, you knew that!)

    I found this week’s Sunday Funday craft at: http://www.ikatbag.com/2010/02/stuck-in-customs.html 

  8. Tactile matching game. Balloons filled with rice, flour, sugar, small pearl tapioca, lentils, quinoa and pumpkin seeds. Each balloon has a match, and children have to find it.
Follow the link below for more information:
http://tutusandturtles.blogspot.com/2009/08/tactile-matching-game.html
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    Tactile matching game.
    Balloons filled with rice, flour, sugar, small pearl tapioca, lentils, quinoa and pumpkin seeds. Each balloon has a match, and children have to find it.

    Follow the link below for more information:

    http://tutusandturtles.blogspot.com/2009/08/tactile-matching-game.html

  9. Kid-size human body poster &#8212; another great way to teach children about their insides! 

Follow the link below for more information and print-outs of the tracers:
http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/04/kid-size-human-body-posters/

    Kid-size human body poster — another great way to teach children about their insides! 

    Follow the link below for more information and print-outs of the tracers:

    http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/04/kid-size-human-body-posters/