December Recipe Freebie

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It's my last week before break! I am hoping for an easy week, so my students are having cookie decorating parties. We are going to frost cookies, throw on some sprinkles, listen to Christmas spotify, and choose a game. Easy peasy. If you want to to have an equally fun and easy peasy week, snag this cookie recipe freebie! Stop at the store on your way to work and grab: cookies, frosting, sprinkles. Boom. Done.

Enjoy!


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Gingerbread Preschool Language Unit

We are getting so. close. to. Christmas! One of my favorite holiday themes for December is "The Gingerbread Man". My students just LOVE chanting "Run, run as fast as you can. You can't catch me I'm the Gingerbread Man!" and are ALWAYS shocked when *SPOILER ALERT* the fox eats the gingerbread man on his way across the river. I have found that true story books can be a bit much for some of my itty bitties, so I created a series of, what else, interactive story books. I have found these basic Fairy Tale/Fable stories to be a great in between step for my students who have outgrown my basic preschool language units but aren't yet ready to sit through a whole story book. Keep reading for a peak inside my Gingerbread Preschool Language Unit and a giant freebie (my gift from me to you).


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Mindfulness in Speech (Part 3): Calm Down Corner

Here is the third and final installment in my Mindfulness in Speech Series. The last portion of this for my students is the Calm Down Corner. When emotions get wonky we all need coping strategies to help us calm down. Enter: the calm down corner.


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