Today, I’d like to introduce a new linky to you. It’s called “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow”. I plan on this being a way to remind you of past products, show you what’s new, and what will be coming soon. By having it be a link-up, you’ll be able to check out more great products by other teacher authors. If you’d like to join in, please read this first, and then feel free to link-up below.
Here’s my first “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow”….
When I typed this up, I got it wrong under “yesterday”. The new cover version is on the left and the old one is on the right. If you’d like to check out any of these products, you can click here to be taken to The Schoolhouse on TPT.
If you’d like to link-up, you can find out more information about this linky and the template if you click here. If you’d like to join in, please read this first, and then feel free to link-up below.
EDIT: You MUST link to a blog post (or social media that has a permanent link). Please do NOT link to a product in your store. There is a link to the “rules” for this linky above in the blog post. Thank you for your understanding!!
I have a new freebie and it’s an exclusive for my blog readers.
This a simple arctic maze. I know, penguins are really “arctic”, but they’re cute and fit in the theme perfectly!! HEHE They will work their way from the eskimo through the igloo out to the arctic animals.
Here’s a thumbnail view of the maze….
The clipart is from a personal source.
If you’re interested in this maze, just click here….
Thank you for stopping by and I hope that you enjoy all this free printable maze. If you use my printables, please leave a comment or use the “contact” button in the right hand column. I’d also appreciate it if you’d take a second to click the button below to vote for my blog. I appreciate it and I continue to create by the feedback that I receive!!
I have a new freebie for you today and it was created for a request from one of my group members. She wanted a counting activity with penguins, so here it is!!
These are a set of counting mats from 0-20. They feature adorable fishing penguins. To make it fun and rewarding, use Goldfish Crackers to count out the number of fish that each penguin caught. If you don’t want to do that, I included some printable Goldfish Crackers or you could use another manipulative such as fish erasers. Each mat has the numeral and number word.
If you’re interested in these counting mats, just….
I’d love to hear from you, so please leave a comment from you and it helps me to know if what I make is what you need or not. If you use any of my free printables, have a request, or have any issues with the printable, please leave a comment or contact me using the form in the right hand column. I’d also appreciate it if you’d click the button below to vote for my blog….thanks!!