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 Printing and laminating hacks every teacher should know (preschool, elementary, middle school, high school). Print every thing in color and prep quickly and easily. Get FREE INK with HP Instant Ink!

If you are like me, you print A TON of things in COLOR! I try to use colored paper sometimes but printing in COLOR is just the best. It makes everything so much more engaging for my little learners (and prettier for me).
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Curriculum Map (Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten) for the whole year! Year plan, month plans, and week plans by theme with book lists for each theme!

It's can be super overwhelming and stressful to plan for the entire year! So I'm here to help. I've created a year long Curriculum Map for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.

You will find a Year at a Glance, monthly plans, resources, and a book list for every theme. Yep, I mapped out the entire year for you! Each and every week planned out for you by theme! Yippee! Go grab it from my TPT store HERE (it's a freebie)!

Ice Cream Shop Dramatic Play! How to set it up and embed learning opportunities. Perfect for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classrooms.
One of our all time favorite dramatic play themes is .....Ice Cream Shop! It's a fun theme to do in the summer when it's hot and it's fun to do in the winter when it's icy outside. Whenever you decide to do it, it will be just amazing! 

I'm spilling all my secrets to creating a dreamy Ice Cream Shop where students learn through play and it won't break your bank. Let me tell you a little secret, the ice cream is made out of tissue paper!
Daily preschool schedule and visual schedule tricks and tips for preschool, per-k, and kindergarten.
Schedules and routines are so important for our little learners (and teachers too). Routines help students feel safe and secure because they know what is coming next and what is expected. Less problem behaviors occur too when a schedule is consistently followed too. Students learn the sequence of the day and can begin to predict and anticipate what will come next. Research tells us little learners NEED visual schedules and consistent routines.
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