Guess what? This week is my blog’s one year anniversary! Today I wanted to share my top ten most popular printables from the last year.
This was one of the first printables I created. Get small and large pattern cards, pattern strips, and two worksheets. For preschool and kindergarten.
This is a simple counting mat just right for older preschoolers.
Your young writer can store new words and use the printable dictionary as a reference for commonly used words in children’s writing. For kids in preschool to grade 3.
This rhyming book is for new readers — created with some of my favorite clip art! For preschool to grade 1.
This was my first set of word family houses. Since then I’ve created sets for all the short vowels! For preschool to grade 1.
#6 – My first set of Free Emergent Readers
My sight word readers build on each other — starting with very simple text and moving toward more challenging little books as we add new sight words. Stay tuned for several more sets this month! For preschool to grade 1.
I don’t create a lot of worksheets, but these were fun to make and use. Print them in color and laminate for durability, or print in black and white and use them once. For preschool.
This is a giant round up of my ladybug math activities. For preschool to grade 1.
This was my first set of word family mats – a hands-on way to practice sounding out words. Since then I’ve completed all the short vowels. For preschool to grade 1.
Included in this post are simple printables for science experiments just right for kids in preschool to grade 1.
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