Best of April 2016

And here we are: April has gone by, and it’s May! That means that we’ll be spending less than 3 more weeks in our house in Texas before we’re moving back to Germany in June!

It also means that it’s time for my Best of April 2016 post to tell you all about the new posts I wrote in April, including the top 3 most popular new posts and my personal favorite!

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Every month, I list out all of the new posts of the past month, including a special look at the top 3 most popular new posts and my personal favorite! Go and check out the Best of April 2016!


Top 3 Most Popular Posts of April 2016


You guys are really making your point that you want more printables! For the fifth time running, all of my most popular new posts of April were printables. This time, two of them were actually printable landing pages, and I’m very happy that you’re finding the landing pages useful! I’m also very happy to give you more printables. I really enjoy making them, and E loves them, too, so it’s a win all around 🙂



Hello! Sunshine Counting Printable Pack

My most popular new post was this printable pack, the first I’ve done in a while. It includes 10 different activities for learning to count up to 10.

Printable Clip Cards for Kids

This is a landing page for all of my clip cards: Counting, addition, beginning sounds, counting on, and more!

Letter Mazes A-Z

This page has all of my letter mazes. I’ve covered all letters from A-Z at least once, and I’ve started doubling up on certain letters just because mazes are so much fun!


My Favorite Post of April 2016


A fun, quick, and simple way of reviewing and learning pre-primer sight words: Printable Superhero Sight Word Puzzles! Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners.


Recently, I was trying to find a new fun way to practice sight words, and since we’ve been doing a lot of puzzles, I wanted a way to combine both concepts. Google didn’t come up with any printables like that, though, so I went ahead and made these Superhero Sight Word Puzzles myself. They’re super cute, and E had a lot of fun putting them together.


All New Posts of April 2016


Sensory Activities and Science:


Art Activities and Crafts:


Math Learning Activities and Printables:


Literacy Learning Activities and Printables:



  • None this month!




What were your favorite new posts in April? Let me know in the comments below!


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