Practice sight words using these fun Rebus (picture) puzzles! This set of packs covers Dolch sight word lists 1-3.
Print on cardstock or laminate and bind together with ribbon or a book ring to create packs for independent work.
Use these cute tags to liven up your classroom workboxes! Print them out, laminate, and add Velcro and you are ready to go!
- workbox grid
- 40 picture workbox tags
- 20 fun monster themed tags
- clock in/clock out card
- number tags
Toddlers and preschoolers can have fun practicing color matching and patterning with this free caterpillar busy bag activity!
Simply cut out your own felt circles to match the caterpillar’s colors or use the blank template provided to create your
A great multisensory way to practice sight words or learn new vocabulary.
Print, laminate, and your ready to go!
Read It: Have your new words ready to go on strips of paper- students can draw the word out of the basket and place it in the Read It
I used this lesson plan for our Montessori-inspired home preschool. (age 3) I hope you will find it useful as well!
See example page to get an idea of how I laid out my week.
I knew planning activities for every day of the week would not only be
Teacher your toddler or preschooler about the passage of time with these fun spring themed manipulatives.
Print, laminate, and attach to craft sticks to create these cute days of the week flowers that your little one will “plant” every morning in
Fill in minibook for learning primary and secondary colors and color mixing. Use this minibook along side your Brown Bear Brown Bear unit or lapbook.
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Simple primary lined reading log for young students.
Color a star for each day of the week and use that color to rate their favorite books.
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