But they’re not just for fun. Most basic color words are kindergarten sight words (check out my free printable list) and being able to recognize color words is important for kids to be able to complete higher level tasks. Here’s my fun, but simple color word recognition:
I recently blogged about a number sequence/counting worksheet I made around the idea “before, between, after.” I thought it would work well for the alphabet as well. This will be a bit more challenging for kids, especially the section on what comes before a letter. However, I think this is still a valuable ABC exercise. Enjoy!
There are tons of ideas out there for celebrating the 100th day of school! Here’s one I recently heard about from a cousin. Her daughter’s school encouraged kids to dress up like they were 100 years old! How awesome is that?!
Have any other awesome 100 days of school activities you love? Share them in the comments below! Thanks!
This is a craft that I did in first or second grade for President’s Day. It’s pretty easy and it turns out really adorable! A few simple cuts and you’ve got a silhouette of President Abraham Lincoln! I’ve put together a printable tutorial page (with words and pictures) to help you out. I’m so grateful for America’s Founding Fathers who stood for righteous principles and laid a foundation for our great country! Enjoy!
Oh, how good it feels to get free stuff! Today’s freebie is a holiday graphing worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Make a graph using the data collected from counting cute pictures. Click here for the free worksheet: I Can Graph the Pictures- Winter 1
Merry Christmas everyone! I do love the holiday season… it’s definitely my favorite time of year! In the spirit of the season, I present you with another freebie…a holiday graphing worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Make a graph using the data collected from counting cute pictures. Click here for the free holiday worksheet: I Can Graph the Pictures- Winter 3
Click here for more fun and free Christmas/Winter stuff for kids!