This past week in class, we worked on learning about prayer. It’s always such an interesting topic for my kids.
So often, they think that they can only pray kneeling. They also think that you have to be silent when you pray. They love finding out that they can stand up against a tree in the park and thank God for his amazing creation!!
To help them learn more about prayer, I created this prompt for them to draw their prayer….
I also have a big set of these prompts available in my stores. There’s a total of 16 pages and it’s a great deal at $3. It’s great for a variety of ages/grades as there’s prompts to write, draw, or do both!! You can find this full set at…..
I’ve been pretty busy lately. I’ve been uploading several resources to my store. I’ve also just been participating in life!! It’s been awhile since I’ve offered any freebies, but now’s my chance.
We’re back to religious education as of last week. It was hectic, so I really didn’t have anything to share. This week however, we’re learning about creation. This is the project that I’m working on with my little ones….
This story wheel is actually 2 wheels under one cover “wheel”. The first is to select the day of creation and the second is to identify what was created on that day. This project is perfect for learning or reviewing the days of creation.
I’be listed this for free at The Schoolhouse on TPT. If you’re interested in using this project for your class, just click to be taken to the….
I’ll post photos later of my kids making this in class. I quite often share photos on Instagram of my kids in action. If you don’t already, please click here to follow me on Instagram.
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Here’s a freebie, just for my followers to celebrate my 100 followers on TPT.
This is a booklet in color for Five Green and Speckled Frogs. It makes a great version to read together in class. The booklet can be for a reading or math center.
If you’re interested in this booklet, just click here to….
Also, if you like this booklet, there’s a black & white version available in my TPT store. It’s not listed yet, but it will be in a few minutes and it’ll be marked for only $2.50 and will be included in the last couple hours of my 20% off sale.
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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.
We recently had a Challenge: Farm in my group. I created several printables for my members for that event and I also want to share those printables with you, my readers. These are all for a variety of ages/grades, but mostly younger kids.
First is a set of alphabet flashcards with a barnyard theme. I have to say that the image is much larger than the font and I did this to be able to get the scene in. I don’t think it sways from the use of the flashcards though. Next is a “pin the pocket on the farmer” game. This is great for a fun class activity or a farm theme kid’s party!! There’s also a set of basic puzzles featuring farm animals. The puzzles range from 2 to 4 pieces.
A request was made to make a chicken and egg matching activity, so I did number matching for 0-25. The egg has the number word and the chicken has the numeral on it and they’re matched to each other. There’s also a “counting the farm” activity. The number of items in the farm scene can be tallied, graphed, or used in a ten-frame. The final printable is a farm animal match-up. It includes a barn mat where the real animal image is matched to a cartoon image of the animal. They can also be labeled or matched with the animal name.
Here’s a thumbnaial sample of each printable….
Clipart is from a personal or internet source and they are used for educational purposes and without profit. Other clipart from Phillip Martin and used with permission.
If you’re interested in these farm theme items, just….
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