Garden of Good Manners Chart
Good manners will bloom all over your classroom with the helpful reminders on this brightly colored Good Manners chart. Chart highlights six good manners for students: Excuse Me, You're Welcome, May I?, I'm Sorry, Thank You, and Please. This chart includes good manners activity ideas and a reproducible on the back. The
Good Manners Theme and Activities
Having good manners is very important. In helping to strengthen good manners while children are in your care, children will have a solid foundation to grow on. Here are a variety of activities to use in your Good Manners Theme. Good Manners Songs and Fingerplays When You're Talking to a Friend (Tune: If You're Happy an
Counting Caterpillar | Crate&Kids Blog
Post by Christina Williams of justcallmechris.blogspot.com When my son was little, one of my brilliant friends (Hi Addi!) made a Counting Caterpillar for her son. Naturally, I had to make one, too. Now it’s Charlotte’s turn to have a caterpillar of her very own. While she might be a bit too young to learn her numbers, …
Comparing Temperature in FDK
This month we are focusing on the M2.1 expectation in mathematics which is compare and order two or more objects according to an appropriat...