Saturday, January 20, 2018

Valentine's Day Activities

I wanted to share a few crafts with you in case you are looking for Valentine's Day ideas.

Students make a girl or boy nut and then write about who he/she is "nutty" about.  

The last craft goes along with the story "Froggy's First Kiss" by Jonathan London.  Students can choose to make Frogilina or Froggy.  There are also different writing options included.  You can see them by clicking here.
I also have this reader that is great to use after reading "Froggy's First Kiss".  You can find it here: Froggy Loves emergent reader.
If you see something you like, be sure to pin it for later!

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Penguin Craft and a Freebie!

Hey, friends!  Are you looking for a fun way to decorate your classroom this winter?  This penguin craft has you covered!  The penguin comes with feathers for the head (optional), ice cubes and 5 different choices for a belly: solid white belly, lined belly with the title "Penguins, dotted lined belly with the title "Penguins", lined belly (no title), or a dotted lined belly (no title).  The ice cubes can be used for name practice, number order, etc.  To see this activity in my store visit: here.

Also, I have these FREE alphabet pages that you may enjoy that can be used for practice or assessment.  Students can practice tracing and writing the given letter, or you can have them trace and then record the missing letter to complete the pair.  You can grab these here.
Hope the rest of your weekend goes by nice and slow!  ;)

Monday, January 1, 2018

#HappyNewYear Dollar Deals

I hope you are having a great start to 2018!  If you are looking for activities to help you as you head back to school search #happynewyear on TPT for some great dollar deals.  I have the three items pictured below marked down to a dollar for today and tomorrow only.  Also, my whole store has been marked 20 percent off.

I have updated the following packets.  If you already own them, just re-download to receive the updated files.

Students practice color words by coloring, tracing and searching for the given word.
Students practice reading and writing the sight word "that".
Thank you for stopping by!  I hope 2018 is your best year yet!