Top Pinterest Teacher Finds!

Hey friends! Can you believe that it's July already?!? Ugh, this summer is flying by way too fast!! Today I'm joining some bloggy friends for a fun link-up where we share the awesome Pinterest finds that we've pinned this month! Are you following me on Pinterest? Do it ---> HERE!

I absolutely LOVE playing music in the classroom, and my kinders this past year really took to it too. I love this blog post from Amber! She has so many great music suggestions, and when to use them during transitions!



Maribel has some AWESOME organization tips in this pin, and she has a great freebie for us! I love weekly to do lists to keep me on track and to have everything in one place. These are getting printed and prepped so they're ready to use in August!



We know firsthand, how difficult it is to turn our teacher brains off during the summer! One of the things I'm planning out is my word wall- making it more meaningful, organized, and helpful for my students! I love this pin, and found lots of great examples and links to word walls! I found that I really love the color-coded words, and the color-blocked word walls! We'll see what mine ends up looking like!


I hope you found this helpful- as we are pinning away this summer! Leave me a link to your favorite pin in the comments. Also, go check out more pins from these fabulous bloggers!!
Much Love, Allie

7 comments

  1. I love using music in the classroom! I really need to figure out my word wall for next year- what I used last year just did not work. Thank you so much for sharing your pins and linking up with us! :)

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  2. Music, word walls and to do lists are a teacher's dream come true! Thanks for sharing these awesome finds!!

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  3. I love all the word wall ideas! I need to change mine up a bit! Thanks for sharing your finds and linking up with us!

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  4. The music transitions are perfect. I definitely saved that pin! Thanks for linking up with us!

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  5. Great pins! Love using music in the classroom and these ideas for transitions are great! Thanks for sharing!

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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  6. Thank you for featuring my checklists, friend :-)
    Hugs!
    Maribel

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  7. I have been using music for transitions for years and highly recommend it! The kids learn when the music is on, it is time to clean up and be ready for the next thing by the time it is done. No nagging. I use different genres depending upon their mood too: Calm tunes when they are rowdy, and peppy tunes when they need to hustle :)

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