Alphabet Recognition Stem Roll and Build Worksheets Building Blocks

Help your preschoolers learn their ABCs with these fun low prep Alphabet Recognition Roll & Build Worksheets! Children love to build items using building blocks and these are a FUN, hands on way to explore and learn all about letters, how to build letters, learn letter formation and practice and strengthen those fine motor muscles too. 

These are perfect for morning tubs, small group work, fine motor tubs, early finishers, table time, arrival activity, intervention activities, or a center activity.

Grab the FREE printable here --> Alphabet Recognition Roll and Build Worksheets | Upper and Lowercase

Students Showing Gratitude

Hey teaching friends!   I know most of us tend to think about the 12 Days of Christmas when December hits, but I was reflecting on being thankful in November, so I decided to throw a little Organized Classroom twist on the normal tradition.   

Introducing the 12 Days of Gratitude Jar!
November is a tough month for teachers. Usually you are coming off the craziness of Halloween and the sugar rush that follows. 
Next, it's election day and Veterans Day, which are both important to mention. 
Usually, parent teacher conferences are in that mix as well, which means a couple really late evenings that week too. 
Then, it seems as though you have a short week for Thanksgiving Break, but with only a couple days off, you are home and trying to clean, prep, and cook a big meal and host houseguests from out of town. Not to mention the laundry, grocery shopping, and more. 
And then it's suddenly December! 
November is one of those months where you NEED to remember the memories and words of love throughout the month because it can spiral out of control very quickly. Taking a few quiet minutes each school session in the days leading up to your holiday break really give both you and students a chance to pause and reflect on all the good things happening during this time of year as well.

How to Create Your Grateful Jar

Cultural Diversity Activities in Preschool - Free printable wheels!

When we think of teaching kids about diversity, we know that it all starts with the classroom dynamic. What teachers model, kids will follow. This post will outline some ways in Teaching Kids About Cultural Diversity and foster a classroom environment of diversity and cultural acceptance in a healthy manner. I’ve also created a fun clip wheel you can use to talk about different countries and cultures.

Teaching Kids About Cultural Diversity

Use this super fun clip wheel to talk to kids about cultural diversity! There are 20 countries included on two wheels. I would print them on large A3 paper, laminate them and use them with pegs. See below for instructions on how to use the wheels!

The wheel is super simple to make - just print and laminate then have the kids use pegs to identify their country and talk about it!

Grab your free copy right over at Sea of Knowledge!

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