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ThankaTchr 04-03-2016 06:53 AM

Camping and forest theme. I have mascots at each table (flying squirrels, eagle, bear, fox, hedgehog, wolf) and have named the "small groups" Fantastic Foxes, Amazing Otters, Busy Beavers, Ready Raccoons and Wise Wolves. I have a poster up in Science of animal tracks, an Owl and campfire poster designate ideas on writing wall. A carved bear sits with us during rug time along with a 'fake' rock and campfire. I also made their work folders have log cabins and hand tools on them. I have Ranger of the week, Table Rangers, and Stay on the Trail (behavior sheets). There are a lot of forest themes from DJ Inker and others (TpT) if you look online, too.

growth10 10-20-2015 07:15 AM

where the wild things are

brownbear 09-05-2015 11:03 AM

Hoo Ray for great work!

Woodn't you like to do a great job!

Forest Ranger Job Station

Tree Top Goals

filehead 08-19-2015 10:19 AM

Wonderful Woodland Work

Ally 08-19-2015 08:27 AM

What about incorporating "wild" into it..."Wild about great work!" or "Wild Work!"

Seaturtle08 08-17-2015 05:11 PM

I'm doing a forest animal theme this year (thanks to leftover decorations from a baby shower I threw!) and am having trouble with board titles... I teach k-4 self contained autism.

My only thoughts so far:

Work to squirrel away
Paws up for great work

I don't usually have this much trouble! Does anyone else have any ideas? TIA!

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