Isn’t this Reindeer Terra Cotta Pot Christmas Ornament the cutest thing you’ve seen this week? Easy to make with kids of all ages and a great eyecatcher on the Christmas tree! It even has a bell.
Practice all 41 first grade sight words with this cute no-prep Snow Fort First Grade Sight Word Letter Find for kindergarten and first grade! All in b&w to help you save ink and with six versions for each sight word for a total of 246 pages.
Winter Activities for Kids: Build a bottle cap snowman in play dough!
Perfect seasonal printable for kindergarteners working on reading and writing simple words: Check out these Halloween Words Read, Trace, and Connect Worksheets!
Do your kids love dot markers? Are they learning their letters? They’re going to love my Letter A-Z Dot Marker Coloring Pages! (And so will you, because it doesn’t get any simpler than these no-prep literacy printables!) This is an upcoming product I’m currently working on. It will sell for USD 5.99 once I’ve […]
Give your toddler or preschooler a simple introduction to the letter P with these cute P is for Pumpkin Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Now includes a font with directional arrows and numbers for tracing. Part of the 7 Days of Pumpkin Printables for Kids series.
Free alphabet printables for kids: Super cute letter B maze!
My kindergartener has been enjoying the differentiated simple writing prompts I’ve been making for her. Try these Fall Kids Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners with different level of support for beginning writers!
Play a fun, simple printable game with your toddler to practice fall vocabulary, matching, 1:1 correspondence, and more: Fall Matching Game for Toddlers!
Learn about the letter H with these cute printable H is for Heart Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Coloring, dotting, tracing, reading – whatever your toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners are ready for!
Alphabet Roads Letter N Match: A fun way to practice recognition of letter N, upper- and lowercase matching, letter sorting, tracing, and more! Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
Today, I’m sharing another super simple bathtub activity for toddlers and preschoolers learning their colors: Learning Colors with Rainbow Bears in the Bathtub! (N was 2 years and 1 month old.) Materials for Learning Colors with Rainbow Bears in the Bathtub Rainbow bears. Plastic egg carton. Alternatively, a muffin tin would work as well, or […]