Love, love, love your products! I have a question, do you have October words and through the school year to add to the writing words download? I think it would be great to add them as the year goes on!
Yes! I added them! They should be there already and I will definitely continue to keep on adding :)
October 14, 2012
I think these are sooo cute and will be great for my kiddos. I had an idea that if you had the tops together, the middles together and the bottoms together in the file then we could print them on their respective colored cardstock and not have to hand color anything! Just a thought : )
October 11, 2012
I love it! I am going to get it ready to use on Monday. Thanks!
Is there anyway you could go back and add color to your "corn". It would certainly make it worth a few bucks for a download for me. :-) Adding additional picture card choices would also encourage me to buy it as well.
I love when I see a group working together on these! They love it!
October 7, 2012
Oooh, I like this much better than puzzle matching games. Usually the kids just try to match the puzzle pieces without paying attention to the pictures. Thanks for sharing!
September 29, 2012
Thank you so much for putting together such a wonderful activity. My 3 year old daughter was having trouble identifying some lower case letters by themselves (b, d, p, q), and this game has helped her tremendously. The best part is that she asks to play without any prompting from me. Thank you!!
Love it! I try to include an uppercase/lowercase and sound matching game in at least one center each week. I like to change it up so the students don't get bored. This is just perfect for Halloween! Very cute!
No there isn't? I haven't heard of that one yet! I know the trick around saving it when it asks for a password, but I'm not sure about printing. Try going to the 'my purchases' tab here on tpt and making sure you have the latest version of Adobe reader. Maybe that will work! :)
February 17, 2013
Thank you for sharing this adorable product! I am trying to save it so that I can print it at work, however I am unable to because the document is requiring a password to do so. I am unable to down load anything on my work computer that is why it has to be dome at home and them emailed. Can you fix this?
There are a couple things you can try. First, make sure it is opening in Adobe and not in preview. Then try to go to file, save as, pdf, and save from there. If that doesn't work you can go to your downloads file on your computer and drag the candy corn game file to your desktop and save from there. If that doesn't work then my last suggestion is one I just read below....download the candy corn game in Safari and not in Firefox (see below). I am not sure why some computers decide to ask for a password? So sorry!