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This pack contains Spring themed alphabet practice, rhyming, syllables, patterns, numbers 1-20, counting, adding, subtracting, shapes, and more! 52 ready to use, no prep printables in ink saving black and white. Answer keys included. *Aligned to Kindergarten Common Core Standards* $

3-D snowplow craft from Reading Confetti - made from simple shapes

Angelina Ballerina (Heart Cookie Cutter)

Mo Willems pigeon snack: graham crackers, cream cheese, food coloring (yellow and blue), mini oreo cookies, mini Nilla wafers, Golden Graham cereal (any square cereal), mini chocolate chips, Starburst candy (yellow)

The Pigeon Wants a Party! Pigeon Says Let's Party

Puddles and Mud: Summer Virtual Book Club for Kids

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FREE 123 Homeschool 4 Me: Home School Free Printable Preschool Packs (Kindergarten and K12 too)

FREE 123 Homeschool 4 Me: Home School Free Printable Preschool Packs (Kindergarten and K12 too)

watercolor name painting

Super idea! Create a healthy snack drawer for the fridge. Toss in pre-packed snacks to go for the whole week

Find the letter tiles in the corn, then put them on the word search...great letter identification and practice reading simple words! It would be cute to switch out corn for other things {seasonal}

Canvas Art: Just use painter's tape, and then let your kids go to town with finger paint. This would be a great gift for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Teacher Appreciation, or just because :)

Mother's Day gift to Daughter. Her two daughters finger painting over taped off names. Paint dries and peel off tape. Names are negative space. It looks FABULOUS. Thank you Pinterest for the idea.

Finger painting, used scotch take to take "lilly" after paint dried I peeled the take off! Perfect for a gift :)

Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's- I use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!