Transitional Kindergarten Worksheets, Journals, Posters, Poems, Crafts, Centers

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Transitional Kindergarten Teachers, here it is! This DEEPLY DISCOUNTED ULTIMATE MEGA Bundle is loaded with 114 resources for getting your students ready for kindergarten with Alphabet and Beginning Sounds, Rhyming, CVC Words, Compound Words, Word Families, Journal Writing, Thematic Vocabulary Cards, Memory Book, Numbers and Subitizing, Colors and Color Words, Shapes, and Social Emotional Development! I use ALL of these resources to teach and then review concepts all year long! Posters, poems, center activities, practice sheets, and crafts are provided for each area of learning! Materials correlate and are predictable for the kiddos, leading to independent learners! Note that kindergarten teachers use these materials as well; they are perfect for differentiating! Please see included resources for previews for each pack.

Letter & Beginning Sounds Bundle Contents:

Alphabet Friends Letter Posters and Poems

Handwriting Worksheets

Vocabulary Craft Packs

Emergent Readers

Sentence sheets

Letter Coloring Pages

Color Code Sheets t

Multiple Choice Worksheets

Matching Worksheets

Dauber Painting

Pokey Pin Sheets
Letter Puzzles

Phonics Bundle Contents:

Rhyming Yes/No Worksheets

Rhyming Memory

Word Family Crafts and Vocabulary Booklets
Word Family Worksheets: Real or Nonsense Words

CVC Words: Beginning Sounds, Middle Sounds, Ending Sounds, CVC Word Stretches

Compound Words: First Syllable, Last Syllable, Whole Word

Additional Kindergarten Worksheets:

Number ID





More & Less


Letter ID


Memory Book:

Handprint Poems
Family Projects for Each Month

Monthly Writing Samples

First and Last Day Drawing Activity

Favorite Things Booklet
Autographs Book

Monthly Journal Writing and Vocabulary Card Themes:

January: New Year, Winter, Snowmen, Arctic Animals

February: Hibernation, Valentine’s Day, Dental Health

March: Saint Patrick’s Day, Spring, Spring Animals

April: Easter, Fruits, Vegetables, Earth Day

May: Fairy Tale Characters, Beach, Ocean Animals, Zoo Animals

Summer: Camping, Picnic, Barbecue, Junk Foods

August & September: School Supplies, Staying Healthy, Apples, Farm, Fall

October: Fire Safety, Halloween

November: Thanksgiving, US Symbols (Election), Veterans

December: Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah

BONUS Themes: Pirates, Dinosaurs, Sports, Pets, Outer Space, Transportation

Number, Subitizing Bundle Contents:

Number, Subitizing Posters

Coloring Pages

Number Crafts

Number Hunts


Pokey Pin Pages

Dauber Painting

Subitizing Mini Books

Subitizing Worksheets

Subitizing Sorting

Subitizing Mazes

Colors and Color Words Bundle Contents:

Color Crafts and Booklets

Coloring Pages

Monthly Dauber Pages

Color and Sight Word Booklets

Color Word Sorting Worksheets

Color Poems and Poster

2D Shapes Bundle Contents:

Shape Posters

Shape Riddles and Coloring Pages

Shape and Sight Word Booklets

Shape Tracing, Drawing

Shape Mazes

Shape Sorting

Shape Coloring Pages

NO Prep Shape Crafts

Shape Puzzles

Pokey Pin Shapes

Shape Dauber Pages

Social Emotional Development

Social Emotional Lessons for School/Home Connections

Daily Wellness Checkins

Partner Cards

Teacher Reflection / Motivational Poster

Here are the THEMATIC resources MEGA BUNDLES I use all throughout the year as well!

✂️ Crafts for the Year: NO PREP

Coloring Pages for the Year

✏️️ Thematic Crafts & Practice with Names, Number Order, Addition, and Shape Counting/Graphing for the Year

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.


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