FREE - Winter Math and Literacy Printables
A mix of free Kindergarten - First Grade printables! I hope you find these to be helpful! :) YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN: WINTER MATH AND LITERACY WINTER READING COMPREHENSION JANUARY PRINTABLES FEBRUARY PRINTABLES - FIRST GRADE FEBRUARY PRINTABLES - KINDERGARTEN WINTER WRITING PROMPTS Thank yo...
Secret Santa Blog Hop - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
I’m so excited to announce that the ladies of Elementary Entourage and I have teamed up to bring you a great big sack full of Secret Santa gifts. I know you are probably doing the best you can to keep it together this week with the holiday madness, so thanks for taking a minute to stop […]
Lots of wintery activities.
I have been a busy busy bee. As soon as the weekend hit my brain exploded in fun winter ideas and part of me is getting excited for break to be over so I can start having fun with my kiddos. Only part of me though, the other part is soaking up all these lazy mornings and late nights with friends and family :) Here's some things I've been working on: My winter math books are done. My kids did great with the christmas set so I decided to make a winter set as well to reinforce some of those…
Free Kindergarten Sentence Building (Winter Edition)
FREE Kindergarten Writing Station These are great for beginning readers in kindergarten to practice building sentences. They are perfect for literacy centers, daily morning work. These are specifically designed for beginning writers and beginning readers.
Winter words perfect for the pocket chart, word wall or writing center. You may also be interested in a DISCOUNTED GROWING BUNDLE of THEMED WORD WALL WORDS Also available: January Printables - KINDERGARTENIncludes: twelve words Check out my store for more FREE words. Print on card stock and lam...
Who Lives in the Arctic? Free Emergent Reader
This free emergent reader is a great addition to a unit on Arctic animals. Ideal for children in who are beginning to read, the text uses repeating sentences with picture clues. This makes it a great activity for increasing children's confidence with reading. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••...
Getting My Red and Green On and Two Free Centers for December
Snow before Thanksgiving! I live in the south and I never ever remember snow before Thanksgiving. There was just enough to cover the branches and make a few snowballs. It was also enough to get me geared up for all the festivities coming during the next few weeks. I have an endless to do list between now and Christmas. But one thing I can check off is literacy and math centers for December. On our last day before Thanksgiving break, I stayed late and put away all of the November centers and…
Free Winter Emergent Reader
Winter is here! While I know that not everyone will experience the same winter weather, it is always fun to bring a little seasonal fun into our learning! After reading some of our favorite snowman read alouds, this free winter emergent reader is great for building up reading skills in early readers. With its mitten theme, it is a perfect fit for these cold months! *Pair this with our Emergent Reader Mega Bundle Free Winter Emergent Reader Your students will love this winter emergent reader…
The Mitten FREEBIE
Hello all. Hope you are having a WONDERFUL week so far. Here is a reader based on the story The Mitten by Jan Brett. Click on the link below to head on over to my TPT store and snag it for FREE! :) Happy Hump Day!
Kindergarten Math and Literacy Worksheets for December - Planning Playtime
Check out these adorable Kindergarten Math and Literacy worksheet activities for the month of December. Count, color and read with fun winter favorites.
Free Word Work Printable for Blends
This free word work printable for practicing beginning blends is simply adorable! I love how the kids can match the snowballs to the different winter pictures!
Animals in Winter: Free Resources, Free Activities, and Great Books for Read Alouds
It finally feels like winter in Tallahassee today with cold winds from the north blowing and temperatures dropping. What a great time to teach students about what animals do in winter. I've put together some great resources to check out. There are some wonderful books for Read Alouds. This one is my favorite. If you click on the picture you will find this book. Just scroll down the page to see lots more books to choose from. Looking for some lesson plans? Look no further that Scholastic for…