This is a fun game to see who knows their colors. You'll notice the gray card has an empty oval at the bottom...that's white. I enclosed a few extra blank cards in case you want to add other colors. For instance, I used aluminum foil on one spare
This is a great game for the beginning of the year, or any time, for that matter. When you have a few extra minutes, pull this out & watch the fun begin. Don't forget to put a 1 or a star or something on the back of the backpack/pencil card so
This is a very simple form, with space for the teacher to make comments about the day & space for the parent to respond, ask questions, make comments, etc. I send one of these home with each child at the beginning of the week & make comments
This is a fun game to see who knows shapes. Don't forget to put a 1, a star, or something on the back of the first card so you know where to begin. It can be used with the whole group, or in centers/small groups.
This is a simple sheet that can be used by any preschool/early elementary student that is ready to read. It's great for assessing the child's handwriting skills, too. Plus, it lets the child use & develop his or her creativity. Have fun.
Children find a specific letter, both upper- & lowercase. There are 2 of each in the box. Circle them. Then write upper- & lowercase letters on the lines below. For those who need extra help, print a capital A on one of the lines for them to