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St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Worksheets and Activities

Hi there! Here’s a peek at what’s included in the St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets and Activities packet for Preschool! Please note that I have not included photos of each activity. To download some free sample pages, click here or on the image below. Rainbow q-tip paintingChildren dip the end of a q-tip (ear bud) in paint and paint the rainbow using the indicated colors. Alternatively, children can glue sequins inside each circle. St. Patrick’s Day sweets pre-writing practice (1 page)Children trace between the lines of each path. Pot of gold letters in my name (1 page)Children color each heart that contains a letter included in their name. St. Patrick’s Day cutting practice (1 page)Children cut up along each cutting line. St. Patrick’s Day picture tracing (1 page)Children trace the dashed lines to complete the picture and then color it. St. Patrick’s Day syllables (1 page)Children read the word for each picture and color the corresponding number to show how many syllables. Pot of gold beginning sounds cut and paste (7 pages)Children color the letters inside each pot and trace the upper and lower case letters inside the coins. Then, they cut out the pictures from the bottom of the page and paste them under the matching pot of gold. Rainbow write the middle sound (2 pages)Children write the missing vowel to complete the word shown above each rainbow. Pot of gold rhymes (3 pages)Children color the pictures in each row that rhyme with the word on the pot. Rainbow pre-primer sight words tracing (10 pages)Children trace the sight words at the top of the page, and then use different colored pencils or markers to trace the words inside each rainbow. Emergent reader “Where is the Leprechaun?” (color and B&W) & comprehension sheetAssembly is required by cutting each page in half, then stapling together on the left side where indicated. I have also included a colored version that teachers can use and keep in the classroom library. There are 2 comprehension sheets: one with pictures to indicate which page children can find the answer, and another without pictures. St. Patrick’s Day positional words in, above, in front, behind (1 page)Children color the object that shows the position described. St. Patrick’s Day differences (1 page)Children look at each row of pictures and circle the one that is different. How a rainbow appears picture sequencing (1 page)Children cut and paste the picture cards in order. Stack of gold coins order by size,... read more

Fine Motor Printable Activities for March Morning Tubs | Bins

Check out the cute activities included in the March Fine Motor Printable Activities packet! March picture punch cards (5 cards)SUPPLIES NEEDED: hole puncherTo prepare the punch cards for use, print and then cut along the dashed lines. Using a hole puncher, children are required to punch out the indicated picture. March cutting practice (8 cards)SUPPLIES NEEDED: scissorsTo prepare the activity for use, print (on colored paper) and then cut along the dashed lines. Using a pair of scissors, children are required to cut along the dashed lines. March dab the mystery picture (5 pages)SUPPLIES NEEDED: dab/dot painting markers or colored circle stickersTo prepare the activity for use simply print the pages you wish to use. Using the indicated colored dab/dot painting markers, children paint the circles the reveal the hidden picture. Alternatively, children can use colored circle stickers. March q-tip dot painting pictures (5 pages)SUPPLIES NEEDED: q-tips/cotton swabs and poster paintTo prepare the activity for use, simply print the pages you wish to use. Children dip the end of the q-tip/cotton swab into some paint and then fill in the small dots of the picture and the word at the bottom of the page. March pokey pin/pinning pictures (5 pages)SUPPLIES NEEDED: large push pins, thick foam mat to place under the pinning page, colored paper (optional)To prepare the activity for use, simply print the pages you wish to use. Children place the foam mat on the table. Next, they place the colored paper if it is being used on top of the foam and last, they place the activity page on the very top. Children then use the large push pins to make holes in the paper where indicated. March sequence and trace the picture (5 pages)SUPPLIES NEEDED: scissors, glue stick, pencil, colored pencilsTo prepare the activity for use, simply print the pages you wish to use. Children begin by cutting out the pictures at the bottom of the page and then glue them to show the drawing sequence. Next, children trace the image and color it in. March lacing cards (5 cards)SUPPLIES NEEDED: shoe laces or lacing threadTo prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut out each shape. Using a hole punch, punch out the holes where indicated. Children are required to thread the shoelace in and out through the holes. March patterns (5 cards)SUPPLIES NEEDED: counting cubesTo prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut them... read more

Kindergarten Morning Bins / Tubs | Centers Set 7

I have finally finished the seventh Kindergarten Morning Bins/Tubs packet and wanted to show you what’s included! Beginning sounds coverMaterials needed: colored buttonsChildren will say the name of the pictures on the card and identify the beginning sound. They will use the color code to cover the pictures. Ending sounds coverMaterials needed: colored buttonsChildren will say the name of the pictures on the card and identify the ending sound. They will use the color code to cover the pictures. Middle sounds cover (CVC)Materials needed: colored buttonsChildren will say the name of the pictures on the card and identify the middle sound. They will use the color code to cover the pictures. Word family cover (CVC)Materials needed: colored buttonsChildren will read the words on the card and identify the word family. They will use the color code to cover the words. Word family flip bookMaterials needed: letter tilesChildren will build the words in the flip book set using the letter tiles. They will change the beginning sound for each word. CVC words read and writeMaterials needed: erasable markerChildren will read the CVC word on their card and then write it on the writing line below. Beginning blends read and writeMaterials needed: erasable markerChildren will read the word on their card and then write it on the writing line below. Sight words read and writeMaterials needed: erasable markerChildren will read the sight word on their card and then write it on the writing line below. Sentence puzzlesChildren will place the puzzle strips in order to build a sentence. Missing numbers 1-20 and 1-100Materials needed: erasable markerChildren will identify the missing numbers and write them in the empty boxes. One more and one less 1-20Materials needed: base ten blocks or another counting manipulativeChildren will identify what is one less and one more than the amount shown on the card and use the base ten blocks to show the amounts. Show the number (tens 10-100)Materials needed: base ten blocksChildren will use the base ten blocks to show the amount on the card. Ten more and ten less 10-100Materials needed: base ten blocks or another counting manipulativeChildren will identify what is ten less and ten more than the amount shown on the card and use the base ten blocks to show the amounts. Spin and add 10Materials needed: spinner (or a pencil and paper clip with which to make a spinner), small buttons, erasable markerChildren will spin the spinner and show the number on... read more

Valentine’s Day Fluency Sight Word Flip Books

Hi there! Check out this cute activity that incorporates reading and writing. This packet is perfect for your beginning and struggling readers and writers. To download a sample booklet, click here or on the image below. Included in this packet are flip books that your kiddos color. Once colored, they cut out the base and flips and assemble the booklets. I have included colored flip books that can be used as teacher examples and kept in the classroom library. There is also a writing page for each flip book that gets your kiddos tracing the focus sight word and then copying 4 sentences of their choice from the booklet. Of course, you can ask your kiddos to write 4 of their own sentences if they are confident doing so. To purchase the complete Valentine’s Day Sight Word Fluency Flip Book packet, click here or on the image below. Happy Teaching... read more

Valentine’s Day Math Centers for Kindergarten | Morning Tubs / Bins

Today is all about Valentine’s Day math. This packet is best suited for your kiddos in Kindergarten/Prep and Grade 1. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Valentine’s Day Math Centers for Kindergarten packet. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the photos. To purchase the complete Valentine’s Day Math Centers for Kindergarten packet, click here or on the image below. Valentine’s Day number-number word match clip cards (1-20)Print, laminate and cut out the picture cards. The aim of this activity is for children to match the number and number word on the cards and to clip a clothes peg to show their answers. Alternatively, children can use dry-erase markers to color the correct number. Valentine’s Day number match (1-20)To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate and cut out all the cards. The aim is for children to match the different number representations on the letters to the correct mailbox. Valentine’s Day counting backwards write & wipe (from 20)To prepare this write and wipe activity, print, laminate and cut out all the cards. You may like to make a hole in the top left hand corner of each card and secure all the cards together with a key ring, pipe cleaner or ribbon. The aim is for children to count backwards from the given number and write the missing numbers using a dry-erase marker. Build a Valentine’s Day pattern (AB/ABB/AAB/ABC)To prepare for use print and laminate all the pages. The aim of this activity is for children to build a pattern following the example from one of the cards. They then need to decide which picture goes in the empty square to complete the pattern. Valentine’s Day count, tally and graph write & wipe To prepare this activity, print and laminate the cards. The aim is for children to count and represent their findings on the graph by coloring the appropriate number of squares with an erasable marker or crayon. Valentine’s Day ten frame addition (to 20)To prepare the activity for use, print, laminate and cut out all the cards and answer pieces. The aim is for children to work out the addition equation by placing differently colored tokens on the10 frame mat provided. Valentine’s Day ten frame subtraction (1-10)To prepare the activity for use, print, laminate and cut out all the cards and answer pieces. The aim is for children to work out the subtraction equation using the10 frame mat provided. Valentine’s Day greater... read more

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