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A Creation Trail Mix Recipe to use while studying the Bible Story of Creation.

Creation Trail Mix Recipe - Creative Learning Fun

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Sight Word Readers

Sight Word Readers for the Word “See” Like and Repin. Thx Noelito Flow.

Sight Word Readers

Snack Day!! Capri Sun juice drink, fruit snack, and cheese and crackers. Put them together and tie with a ribbon and put a face on it! So simple and soo cute!!

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FREE Alphabet Dot-a-Dot Printables

Free Alphabet Dot to Dot

FREE Alphabet Dot-a-Dot Printables

Alphabet Formation Rhymes

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Free Number Formation Rhymes. These are AMAZING!! Print and Drive little cars, trucks and planes and learn proper letter formation. Tons of other Free Number Printables too!

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Teaching Kids to WRITE the Numbers

Number Writing Poems Freebie from HeidiSongs-(for teaching children number formation) #kindergarten

Teaching Kids to WRITE the Numbers! | Heidi Songs

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Number Formation Rhymes

Free Printable Number Formation Rhymes

Number Formation Rhymes - Teaching Mama

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Creating Patterns With Skittles {FREE Printable

I love these simple and free Skittles Pattern Cards! This is a great way for kids to work on recognizing patterns!

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Name Kits: Tools for Teaching Young Children Their Names

Name Kits for Preschool and Kindergarten - simple but meaningful way for teaching young children about their names and other early literacy concepts: ADD DRY ERASE MARKER!!!

Name Kits: Tools for Teaching Young Children Their Names - Fun-A-Day!

40 Sight Word Poems for Kindergarten

Poetry Shared Reading in Kindergarten

back-2-school-prayer Free Printable Back to School Prayer from Lil Light o' Mine blog

What would you say to your child's teacher? - Courtney DeFeo

This preschool skill goal sheet is a one page sheet of typical skills that a preschooler may learn. It is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what skills they have mastered and document the child's learning. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box.

Pre-Kindergarten Goals Sheet

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Simple Windsock Spring Craft for Kids - This is such a fun, simple craft for kids from Toddler and Preschool to Kindergarten and 1st-3rd grade. Description from I searched for this on

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Hickety Pickety Bumblebee. Can you say the letter with me? Now shout it! Whisper it! Clap it! Stomp it! Write it! Cheer it! Getting kids excited about learning new letters! Introducing new letters to your preschool!

Miss Kindergarten: Sight Word Chant

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Peek at my Week... And so it begins

Our Kindergarten Day... Do more than just provide a schedule to your parents. Explain what each part of your day means so your parents can understand.

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Peek at my Week... And so it begins!

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Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring

Free Printable: Spring Fingerprint Counting Activity

Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring - Fun Handprint Art

Preschool Poem--for end of year. I don't think I could read it without crying!

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Pre-K Assessment Forms

Free printable forms to assess literacy and math skills for preschoolers - can use for pre- and post-assessment.

Pre-K Assessment Forms - PreKinders

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Giant "Oh The Places You'll Go!" Sign

Giant Oh The Places You'll Go Sign by SwitzersSweets on Etsy

Giant "Oh The Places You'll Go!" Sign

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Free insect emergent readers

Free insect emergent readers - great to use alongside a preschool insect theme!

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Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it. I love this idea.

j is for journal

Free Letter of the Day Worksheets. These worksheets provide children with different skill building activities on a daily basis. -Read & Identify the letter -Say the Sound -Trace Uppercase -Trace Lowercase -Write Uppercase & Lowercase -Color Beginning letter animal -Seek and Find letter -Draw (items that begin with your letter) -ABC Order

Letter of the Day Worksheet