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Owl Theme Attendance Display for pocket chart and magnetic boards. | Classroom management | back to school | Look Who's Here | Preschool | Kindergarten | First Grade

Owl Theme Attendance Display for pocket chart and magnetic boards. Classroom management back to school Look Who's Here Preschool Kindergarten First Grade

Seasons chart. Make something like this for Emma. She's been talking about seasons at preschool already. Maybe even do a nature walk and collect things that signify each season (though what would we do for winter)? Leaves/flowers for fall/spring, sand for summer...

Students create an anchor chart displaying the similarities and differences between the four seasons. Student could pick a specific object such as a tree to represent what the tree looks like in each season. Also a great way to integrate weather concepts.

Feelings Dice - I use this activity to work with a young client of mine on identifying and coping with different feelings.  You have the child roll the dice and identify the feeling it lands on and a time when he or she felt that way.  If you want to get more in-depth, you can also ask your client to tell how he or she dealt with that emotion and what he or she could have done better.

Feelings Dice - I use this activity to work with a young client of mine on identifying and coping with different feelings. You have the child roll the dice and identify the feeling it lands on and a time when he or she felt that way. If you want to get m