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What do you do when one of your kids comes to you with shoelaces tied in a hundred little knots that you cannot undo? And you're tired of breaking nails trying to?
You get out the Jaws of Life...otherwise known as a staple remover. Works like a charm!
Posted at 07:45 PM in Random Kindergarten Teacher Tips | Permalink
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Seriously! I never thought of this! What an awesome idea! Thanks!
03/27/2012 at 09:42 PM
I would give up a week of vacation for shoelaces that would JUST STAY TIED, though. (sigh) It's hard enough to get the children to the point where they can actually tie their own shoes properly, but I've yet to find a lace that will stay put without resorting to a glue gun.
03/27/2012 at 09:50 PM
Thanks for the sight word sheets..I am trying to start a blog as well and will share my creations as soon as I figure it out! Love your site!! :)
03/28/2012 at 06:38 AM
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!! The sight word sheets are great. I shared them with my teacher friends. They are really useful and fun. My bilingual students loved them and enjoyed doing the activities. Thanks. I always look forward to seeing your activities. THANKS A MILLION!
Rosa Arellano |
04/03/2012 at 11:40 PM
Wow this is BRILLIANT. PS I downloaded your sight word pages from the post above a few weeks ago and my whole team loved them! Thanks for sharing :)
04/20/2012 at 06:47 PM
That is wonderful! Love the thoughts :) This website is great and I am loving exploring all your ideas. Thank you for all your help :)
06/30/2012 at 10:54 PM
Brilliant! I wish I'd known that about two months ago...I sometimes just resorted to saying "You'll just have to go with one shoe till lunch" (we eat in the classroom).
I'll definitely keep this in mind for next year!
02/27/2013 at 08:28 PM
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