It’s time for back-to-school andThe Schoolhouse is having a SALE!!
The sale will take place in both of my stores. The sale is for 20% every item in my shops and I’ll be adding more products throughout the sale. There’s also some freebies, with more on the way!! Remember, I have Christian and educational printables….and I take requests.
You can click here to visit The Schoolhouse at Teachers Notebook. The sale dates there are 4-8 August.
You can click here to visit The Schoolhouse at Teachers Pay Teachers. The sale dates there are 4-7 August. If you use code BTS14, you’ll receive an extra 10% off for a total of 28% from 4-5 August.
Here’s a new freebie for all of you, my readers. There’s ONE catch though….
This is available only for a limited time!! I don’t know when I’ll remove it, so grab it while you can!!
This is “Flippin’ Out for Colors” cards. They have multiple uses, but they all work on colors. You can cut them out and mount them inside a file folder and the player will then place the color label in the correct space. You can use them for memory match/concentration by printing off 2 of each card and laminating them with the color words on them. They can also be used as label cards so the child can label each card with the correct color of the sea shell. Finally, they can also be used as flashcards by mounting the correct color word in the space or on the back so they can self-check. The color words also come in 2 styles….black font and the color font.
The doors of “The Schoolhouse” are officially open at Teachers Notebook. To celebrate, I’m holding a Grand Opening SALE!!
My entire shop is on sale for 25% OFF for 1 week. If there’s anything that you need to prepare for next year, now’s the time to get it!! Don’t forget, I have educational and Christian printables available for all your needs!!
Be sure to follow my shop so that you know when I add more products….and I’ll be adding them all week long. Also, you’ll find out when I hold other sales and offer specials, just for my followers.
To check out my sale, just click the button above and it’ll take you right to my shop!!
I want to wish you all a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! I hope the luck of the Irish is with you and that you’ll be able to use this free printable in the classroom or at home. This is such a fun holiday for us adults….and the kids!!
This is a set of cards that can be used for memory. The cards are used to match the pattern on the leprechaun to the pattern on the pot of gold. They can also be used to play “Old Maid”, “Go Fish”, or other card games. It also includes a storage box to keep the cards in.
Here’s a couple pages of these cards….
If you’re interested in these cards, just click to….
Clipart are from an internet source and believed to be public domain. They are used for educational purposes and without profit.
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I was on a roll posting again, then a busy summer happened!! I’m hoping to be back, at least enough to post a little more frequent. My goal is once a week, if not twice. We’ll see how that goes!! HAHA We go back to HOMESCHOOL in a week and half. Can’t believe it’s that time already!!
Today, I have a couple sets of label cards. They’re perfect for back to school with a cute school bus. The first set is a blank set where the color of the bus is labeled with the appropriate color word. The second set is already labeled with the color word and is for matching the label to the color word.
Here’s a sample of each type of card….
The school bus image is from The Mailbox (TEC 923) with permission and without profit.
If you’re interested in these label the color cards, just click to…..
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I’m working on some new Christmas materials to share with you all, but it’s taking so much time and I’ve just been so busy. I’m sure that you can relate, as I’d be willing to be that you all have a lot going on too. In the meantime, you can see the previous Christmas freebie printables that I’ve shared.
If you’re looking for nativity ideas, please look here. There’s 2 pages worth of things that I’ve shared in the past. If you’re just looking for general Christmas, you can see those here. There’s a few nativity that showed up on this list as well.
Also, last year when I did my “Nativity A Day”, I shared them on my personal blog. You can find nativity printables here. There’s more than a page of them. For basic Christmas prinables, there’s several for you to look at. You’ll find Christmas printables here andsome 12 Days of Christmas here. If you read through this, you’ll find several Christmas materials.
I hope this keeps your kids and family busy having fun and learning for now. There’ll be some new Christmas printables coming soon. Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you find something that you can use.
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I’m a couple days late, 3 days in fact, but I wanted to wish Donald Duck a (BELATED) HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! It also gives me the chance to offer you some freebies printables!!
There’s several printables in this set that include “Donald Duck Expressions Memory”, which is a set of cards and storage box. I just made some “Donald Duck: Sports Fan Alphabet Tracing Strips” as well.
Donald has several sizes of jigsaw puzzles in this group of printables. There’s also strip counting puzzles to 100 and skip counting strip puzzles too.
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I had big plans for more freebies through the weekend, but I only got one thing created. That’s alright though, because I celebrated Mother’s Day with my family and did nothing except enjoy my day!! I did manage to get one item made, and I’m really happy with it.
This is a set of strip cards to place on a ring so the kids can flip through them. They cover the ordinals of first through twelfth. The ordinal numeral with the circus act is matched to the ordinal word on the circus train car.
I recommend printing on card stock and then laminating for extra durability. Also, since they’re ring cards, you want want to attach a small piece of velcro to each train car and the backs of the circus acts. That way, they won’t fall off if you use them as ring cards and not just cards to lay flat on the table top.
Here’s a thumbnail view of some of the parts to these strip cards….
To get the Circus Train Ordinals, just….
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In my group right now, we’re having a month long transportation theme. I found the idea for the first item while browsing the internet, but unfortunately don’t remember where I found it. I’m in no way taking credit for the original concept of this game, but knew that I wanted to use it with this theme.
The first item is what I’m calling Modes of Transportation Front & Back 3-Part Puzzle Cards. Each card has the middle section of a mode of transportation. The player has to find the front and back of that mode of transportation to complete the puzzle. Wouldn’t it be fun to make silly transportation too and swap out pieces??
Next are some transportation cards. These can be used as flashcards, or used to play games like “Transport Me” (a transportation version of “Go Fish”) or concentration/memory, as well as many other things. There’s also a storage box included.
Finally, I made a huge set of transportation letter tile mats. There’s so many, that there’s 3 downloads!! There’s also an answer key for some images that one might not recognize.
Here’s a thumbnail view of some of the parts to this transportation theme….
If you’re interested in the 3-part puzzle cards, just click to….
If you’re interested in the transportation cards, just click to….
If you’re interested in the letter tile mats, just click to….
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I took a break and tried to get my creative juices flowing again after all the madness of having something for everyday of the week for Dr. Seuss and the contest. I’m ready to move on again and get to making things!!
I realized that I was running out of time to create for St. Patrick’s Day, so that’s what I got to work on first!! This is a set of 2-part cards called Lucky Money. The amount on the pot of gold is matched to that value in coins. These go up to 99¢ and use quarters, dimes, nickles, and pennies.
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