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St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities for Kindergarten

St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities for Kindergarten Hi guys. I created a cute sight words activity for St. Patrick’s Day and I wanted to share it with you. Best of all, it’s completely free! There are several ways you can use this: hide the sight word coins around the room and ask your kiddos to find them (print several copies to make the “hunt” last longer”), get your kiddos to build the sight words on the shamrocks using the alphabet coins or, get your kiddos to use the sight words found in a sentence. I have included blank templates for you to add your own words. (Please note, this is NOT an editable pdf.) Click the photo below to get the activity. I have included a pot of gold template for kiddos to store their coins. Of course, if this is too fiddly to work with, you could just cut out the pot shape, sticky tape a zip lock bag on the bag and kiddos can store their coins in there. I also wanted to show you guys some activities that are included in my St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities for Kindergarten packet. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities for Kindergarten packet. You can download some free sample pages by clicking any of photos below. To purchase the complete St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities for Kindergarten packet, please click here or the cover image. Contents: 1. Shamrock syllables 2. Missing beginning sounds (2 pages) 3. Missing middle short-vowel sounds (2 pages) 4. Missing ending sounds (2 pages) 5. Real and nonsense CVC words 6. CVC crosswords 7. Shamrock beginning L blends 8. Rhyming clues cut and paste 9. Shamrock beginning digraphs (ch, sh, th, wh) 9. Shamrock long vowel sounds (5 pages) 10. Rainbow CVC or CVCe words (2 pages) 11. Color by leprechaun by sight words 12. Write the missing sight word 13. St. Patrick’s fluency sight word sentences (2 pages) 14. “Leprechauns” reading comprehension 15. St. Patrick’s Day alphabetical order 16. Label the leprechaun 17. Opposites (hot, big, glad, day) 18. St. Patrick’s Day build-a-word booklet (9 words) 19. Rainbow tally marks 20. Write the missing numbers 21. Skip Counting missing numbers cut and paste (2s, 5,s 10s) 22. St. Patrick’s Day place value (2 pages) 23. Shamrock domino addition (2 pages) 24. Leprechaun number bonds (2 pages) 25. Shamrock patterns 26. Shapes (square, hexagon,... read more

100th Day of School Worksheets and Activities

100th Day of School Worksheets and Activities Hey guys! I know that the 100th Day of School has passed for many of you, but I am hoping that there are still a good handful of schools celebrating a bit later and that the free samples and ideas presented here will be useful. Let’s start with a cute activity that you can do with your kiddos. To get the free template, click on the photo below. Next, I want to show you some of the contents of my 100th Day of School packet. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my 100th Day of School packet. You can download the free  sample pages by clicking the cover image below. To purchase the complete 100th Day of School packet, please click here! 1. Coloring page Children color the page and then write their name on the writing line provided. This can be used as a cover page if you wish to make a booklet for your students using the other pages in this unit. 2. Writing prompts 3. Number Maze Using a dot marker (bingo dabber), stickers, crayons or small token, children follow the number 100 through the maze. 4. Counting from 1 to 100 Using a dot marker (bingo dabber), children dot their way from 1 to 100, saying each number out loud. 5. Missing numbers 1 to 100 Children write the missing numbers to complete the sequence. 6. Spin to 10 Children will need a paper clip and a pencil to make the “spinner” needed to complete the activity: the pencil is pushed into the paper clip (ensuring the clip will not fall off) and must be spun on the inner-circle. Each time the “spinner” stops, they record the spin by coloring that many squares on the chart. Each spin is colored with a different color. Before beginning, children estimate how many spins they will need to complete the chart and, once completed, they record the total number of spins needed. 7. Count and write how many Children count the number of objects that are the same and record their findings on the chart provided. Upon completion, children add the objects and write the total number. 8. Skip counting by 10s to 100 cut and paste Children cut the numbers from the bottom of the page and paste them in order to show the number sequence to 100 when skip counting by 10s. 9. Numeral and word match cut and paste Children cut the number words from the bottom of... read more

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