Simple activity to help young ones with letter recognition! Laminate these pages to make Playdoh mats and have kids build the letters.
Every letter has a page with an uppercase and lowercase letter on it, as well as a picture of something that
Numbers 1-20 to add some color to your classroom! I have laminated these and put magnets on the back of mine, and they are currently on my whiteboard! I have used these when we learn about a certain number, or when we are practicing counting.
Fun, rainbow calendar board! Includes all months, a birthday sign, as well as stars to write each student's name and birthday on! I have this in my room and it is a simple, yet colorful way to have student birthdays up on a board!
Great way to have classroom jobs up on a board! Classroom jobs sign, along with other common classroom jobs signs that you can assign to students! I have mine on the same board as my birthday wall, and then just use clothes pins with student names
Signs to use for your daily schedule, including main subject areas, recess/lunch sign, and special signs! I have this up over near my calendar and it's great to have visible for students so they can look at the plan for the day!
My classroom is
Fun game to have as a center for the kiddos! They roll the dice, write the dice number in the box and then complete the order.
This is great so seeing which kids know their number order and which ones are getting confused when they have to not only
Great matching activity for students to practice letter recognition! Print these out on card stock to make them more durable, or even laminate them if you'd like!
I printed mine out on colorful card stock and my Kinders loves matching them up,
Colorful, rainbow hundreds chart for have on your board! I use this daily during calendar time to count up to how many days we've been in class.
My classroom is a very simple theme of rainbow, mainly as borders.
This is one of many rainbow
Full rainbow calendar set! Includes 31 number tags that fit perfectly in a calendar pocket chart, all month tags, day of the week tags, "no school" tags, and a "Holiday" tag. Great way to add a little color to your pocket chart without it being too
These are cute little tags I gave the students at meet the teacher, along with little bottles of bubbles! Just a fun way to start off the year and let them know how excited you are about the new year!
(I got cute little bubble bottles from
Great worksheet for kids to do after reading Chicka-Chicka Boom-Boom if you don't want to bring out the glue sticks and scissors!
I did this on the second day of school and my Kinders did great! It was a simple worksheet to see how well they color
Attach these cute little notes to a package of starbursts and you've got a great "first day treat" to send home with the kiddos!!
Sadly, I forgot to give these out on our first day this year... but I let the kiddos enjoy them during snack the
Used this worksheet after reading the book "First Day Jitters". As as class we came up with around 20 different "feelings" about the first day of school, I wrote all those on the board so when the kiddos went to do the worksheet they had to board to