Field Trip-Part 3
If you were absent for the other field trips, you can catch up here and here. You don't even have to have a doctor's excuse! The last installment is to show you all some signs that I made for my classroom. I'm sure you all are like me and find all kinds of inspiration in stores and on the 'net. If you are also like me you think "I'm not paying that! I could totally make that myself!" When I feel guilty for creative theft, I just remind myself that copying is the highest form of flattery…
Spring Math Activities (Kindergarten) Distance Learning
The Spring Math Activities Kindergarten packet is filled with fun and engaging no prep math worksheets that are ideal for morning work, homework, math centers, early finishers, and distance learning.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Download preview ...
Se spune ca este mai usor sa iti faci prieten atunci cand esti copil. Joaca impreuna si proximitatea par a fi singurele conditii necesare pentru ca cel mic sa vina acasa spunand ca si-a facut un prieten
Make or do We use ‘make’ when we are talking about constructing, creating or performing something. ‘Make your bed.’ ‘Make a pie.’ We use ‘do’ to describe indefinite activities as well as with ‘anything’, ‘something’ and ‘nothing’. We also use ‘do’ to talk about duties, jobs or leisure activities. ‘Do your work, please.’ ‘Do something!’ Learn English - Google+