Johnny Morse
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Free personalized printable with your childs name on it to practice writing with. HOW COOL IS THIS!!

Really Free! Perfect for preschool name tracing worksheets and name learning. Alternative font choices make this name tracing generator & printable easy to make and use!

Volume control. Easy to attach velcro and laminate an arrow to move up and down during a lesson.

This voice levels poster is used in most preschools during my placesment, I think it is an effective way for teachers to control the voices in the kinder. Child also remember the colors and related voice levels that they should use inside and outside.

Here is a primary version of what we use in the secondary classroom. In middle school 0=silent/no talking; 1=whisper voice; 2=1 yard rule (or 6 inch voice - depending on what works for your class); 3=presentation voice; & 4=outside voice

Another, more visual, voice level chart. --I see Genevieve starting to label voice levels with colors now.Mommy use your green voice!

This Canvas String Art Graffiti project is fun for kids and adults alike.  While this is a spray paint project, you can use alternative paints or dyes for younger children.

This Canvas String Art Graffiti project is fun for kids and adults alike. While this is a spray paint project, you can use alternative paints or dyes for younger children. Makes a fun summer art project when your kids get bored.

If you're not making time for math games, your students are missing out! Check out these 5 math games every classroom needs to play!

Corkboard Connections: 5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play

FREE Fact Family Cards! These are so cute and such a fun way for kids to practice addition and subtraction or multiplication and division (homeschool, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) {Must sign up to get it free}

Math fact families are common in grade math. I made a set of printable math fact family cards to use to practice them.

The Starr Spangled Planner: 10 Multiplication Center Ideas

If you've ever taught multiplication, you know how hard it can be to help students build fluency with their facts.