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Kindergarten Morning Bins | Tubs | Centers Set 10

Hi there! Today I’ll be showing you what’s included in the tenth set of my Kindergarten Morning Tubs / Bins. Included are 17 activities ideal for use with children in Kindergarten (Prep/Foundation). Alphabetical order cardsMaterials needed: erasable markerChildren will write the words on the card in alphabetical order. CVCe crossword puzzleMaterials needed: erasable marker or small letter tiles/beadsChildren will write/build the CVCe word for each picture. Pick the ending punctuation Materials needed: household pegsChildren will read the sentence on the card. They will then clip a peg on either the full stop, question mark or exclamation mark to show the correct ending punctuation. Match the picture (digraphs: ch, sh, th, ph, wh)Materials needed: household pegsChildren will read and then clip a peg to the picture that matches the word. Missing beginning blendsMaterials needed: letter tilesChildren will add the missing blends for each word. Spell the word, write the word (CVC words)Materials needed: transparent counters, erasable markersChildren will say the name of the picture. They will sound out the word slowly and determine which letters are needed to spell the word. They will cover the correct letters with transparent counters, then write the word on the writing line. Spell the word, write the word (CVCe and double “ee” words)Materials needed: transparent counters, erasable markers Children will say the name of the picture. They will sound out the word slowly and determine which letters are needed to spell the word. They will cover the correct letters with transparent counters, then write the word on the writing line. Nouns cover up (person, place, thing)Materials needed: colored buttons or countersChildren will use the color code on the card to cover the nouns to show their type. Match the picture to the correct sensesMaterials needed: household pegsChildren will identify the senses used to experience each object or activity and then clip a peg to show their answer. Ordinal numbers puzzles Children will place the puzzles strips in order. 100 chart mystery picture puzzlesChildren will place the puzzle pieces together to build a 100 chart and reveal the mystery picture. Do they match? Base ten blocksMaterials needed: household pegsChildren will identify whether the base then blocks and written amounts match by clipping a peg on either the tick or cross to show their answer. Cover using the code: additionMaterials needed: counting blocks or other small manipulativesChildren will solve each equation and cover the square with the colored block indicated at the top of the card.... read more

Spring Preschool Worksheets & Activities

About this book This book contains a collection of spring themed worksheets, suitable for use with children in Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten (Prep). To download some free sample pages from this packet, click here or on the image below. Contents 1. Spring flowers tracing cutting practice (1 page) 2. Spring pre-writing fun (1 page) 3. Ladybug fine motor tracing (1 page) 4. Spring butterfly and umbrella maze (2 pages) 5. Caterpillar letter tracing: upper and lower case letters (2 pages) 6. Bee and flower letter match (7 pages) 7. Frog pond missing letters (2 pages) 8. Flower and pot beginning sounds cut and paste (5 pages) 9. Spring syllables (1 page) 10. Spring middle sounds for CVC words (1 page) 11. Umbrella and raindrop rhymes cut and paste (1 page) 12. Spring dab the pre-primer sight word (10 pages) 13. Spring coloring (1 page) 14. Spring words one-to-one correspondence (1 page) 15. Spring read and match cut and paste (1 page) 16. Emergent reader “Spring is Here!” (color and B&W) & comprehension page 17. Spring build a sentence (1 page) 18. Spring prepositions: under, above, between, in (1 page) 19. Kite number words and number match (2 pages) 20. Spring differences (1 page) 21. Spring what doesn’t belong (1 page) 22. Spring sequencing cut and paste (2 pages) 23. Bug size sorting cut and paste (1 page) 24. Buggy trails shapes cut and paste (1 page) 25. Bee numbers and beehive ten frame cut and paste match (2 pages) 26. Spring flowers biggest and smallest numbers (1 page) 27. Spring number tracing (1 page) 28. Spring trace and write the missing numbers (1 page) 29. Spring cut and paste number order (2 pages) 30. Spring count and graph to 5 (1 page) 31. Spring patterns cut and paste (AB, ABB, ABC) (3 pages) 32. Ladybug addition (1 page) 33. Insect sorting (1 page) 34. Spring scavenger hunt (1 page) 35. Parts of a flower (1 page) 36. My senses in the Spring (1 page) To purchase the complete Spring Preschool Worksheets and Activities pack, click here or on the image below. Happy Teaching... read more

Fine Motor Printable Activities for May Morning Tubs | Bins

This book contains a collection of printable fine motor activities for use with children in Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten (Prep). Themes: Mother’s Day, Cinco De Mayo, flowers, cake, sombrero, pinata, cactus, duck, guitar, donuts, taco, hot air balloon Contents: 1. May picture punch cards (5 cards) 2. May cutting practice (8 cards) 3. May dab the mystery picture (5 pages) 4. May q-tip dot painting pictures (5 pages) 5. May pokey pin/pinning pictures (5 pages) 6. May sequence and trace the picture (5 pages) 7. May lacing cards (5 cards) 8. May patterns (5 cards) 9. May mazes (5 activity cards) 10. May missing color pictures (5 activity cards) 11. May playdough pictures (5 activity cards) 12. May building brick pictures (5 activity cards) 13. May counting cube pictures (5 activity cards) 14. May pattern block pictures (5 activity cards) 15. May pom-pom pictures (5 activity cards) 16. May geoboard pictures (5 activity cards) To purchase the complete Fine Motor Printable Activities for May Morning Tubs | Bins click here or on the image below. Teaching... read more

Spring Sentence Scramble with Cut and Paste Worksheets

The Spring Sentence Scramble packet contains a collection of Spring themed sentence building printables and follow up worksheets intended for use with children in Kindergarten (Prep) and Grade 1. To download some free sample pages, click here. There are a couple of ways in which the contents of this unit can be used to target the different learning levels of students: 1. Sentence Scramble Center: Print the word/picture cards and laminate them for durability. Cut along the dotted lines to separate them. Each one is numbered to show the ones that belong together in a sentence. The aim is for children to arrange the cards to build a sentence, and then complete the corresponding cut and paste sheet from the first set of worksheets. 2. Cut and Paste Word Work: This activity is an easier alternative for children who cannot yet build sentences independently; they use the sentence on each page as a guide to order the words correctly. Using the word/picture cards for this activity is optional. Sentence included in this unit: I see a rainbow.I like to smell pretty flowers.They have tomatoes in the garden.Please help me plant some seeds.A bird is in the birdhouse.Our cat has two kittens.She is under the umbrella.Farmer is on his green tractor.She can jump in big puddles.There are bugs in my jar.Can you dig with a shovel?This is how we catch butterflies.He can hang from the tree.The caterpillar ate a leaf.She likes to ride her horse.He will run with his kite.The bees will make good honey.I want to play with bunnies.What did the ducks eat?They blow big and little bubbles.The butterfly came from the cocoon.It’s fun to splash in puddles. To download the complete packet, click here or on the image below. Happy... read more

Kindergarten Morning Bins | Tubs | Centers Set 9

This book contains 16 activities ideal for use in morning tubs with children in Kindergarten (Prep/Foundation). Alphabet Tracing CardsMaterials needed: erasable markerChildren will circle the pictures that start with the focus sound and then trace the letters and words on the writing lines. CVC Crossword PuzzleMaterials needed: erasable marker or small letter tiles/beadsChildren will write/build the CVC word that matches each picture. Ending PunctuationMaterials needed: household pegsChildren will identify whether the punctuation mark used at the end of the sentence is correct. They will then clip a peg on either the tick or cross to show their answer. Digraphs (ch, sh, th, wh, ph)Materials needed: household pegsChildren will say the name of the picture on the card and determine whether it matches the digraph shown. They will then clip a peg on either the tick or cross to show their answer. Long and Short Vowel SoundsMaterials needed: household pegsChildren will say the name of the picture on the card and determine whether they hear a long or short vowel sound. They will then clip a peg on the corresponding circle to show their answer. CVC and CVCe WordsMaterials needed: household pegsChildren will say the name of the picture on the card and determine whether it is written correctly. They will then clip a peg on either the tick or cross to show their answer. Sentence Scramble Materials needed: erasable markersChildren will unscramble the words on the card to make a sentence. They will then write the sentence on the handwriting lines. Nouns (person, place, thing)Materials needed: household pegsChildren will say the name of the picture on the card and determine what kind of noun it is. They will then clip a peg on the corresponding circle to show their answer. Hundred Chart Mystery PicturesMaterials needed: colored buttons or other small colored manipulatives Children will use the color code to determine where to place the colored objects in order to reveal the mystery picture. Skip Counting by 10 PuzzlesChildren will place the puzzle pieces in order. Number Bonds: Missing WholeMaterials needed: beads or play dough rolled into small ballsChildren will place the indicated number of beads into the “part” gumballs, then move them into the “whole” gumball to determine the missing whole. Number Bonds: Missing PartMaterials needed: beads or play dough rolled into small ballsChildren will place the indicated number of beads into the “whole” gumball. They will move the indicated number of gumballs into the “part” gumball, then move... read more

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