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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

Valentine’s Day Literacy Centers for Kindergarten

Valentine’s Day Literacy Centers for Kindergarten Here’s a sneak peak at my new Valentine’s Day Literacy Centers for Kindergarten packet. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Valentine’s Day Centers for Kindergarten packet. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the photos. To purchase the complete Valentine’s Day Centers for Kindergarten packet, please click here! 1. Valentine’s Day clip the syllables To prepare this activity for use, print the cards, laminate them and then cut them apart. Household pegs, or other small clipping items such as unused hair clips or paper clips, can be used for this activity. The aim is for children to identify the number of syllables in each word and clip the circle with the correct answer. 2. Valentine’s Day clip the beginning sound (beginning digraphs: ch, th, sh) Print, laminate and cut out the picture cards. The aim of this activity is for children to correctly identify the beginning sound of each picture and to clip a clothes peg to show their answer. Alternatively, children can use dry-erase markers to color the correct beginning sound. 3. Unscramble the word (CVC words) To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate and then cut them apart. Children are required to collect the letters shown on the card and arrange them to make the CVC word to match the picture. 4. Valentine’s Day long and short vowel word sort To prepare this activity, print, laminate and cut out all the pieces. The aim is for children to identify the type of vowel sound for each of the pictures on the envelopes and sort them to the correct mailbox. 5. Valentine’s Day chocolates middle sound sort (long vowels) To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate and then cut them apart. Children are required to identify the missing middle sound and sort each chocolate to the correct box. 6. Valentine frog spin and rhyme Print, laminate and cut out all the cards. You will need to supply children with a paper clip and a pencil to make a spinner. Children being by laying out in a row the pink header cards. They spin the paper clip and pencil spinner on the frog spinning card and read the word where it stops. Children then find a matching rhyming picture and place it under the pink card it rhymes with. This continues until all the cards have been used up. 7. Build a conversation heart sight word... read more

Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten

Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten Here’s a sneak peak at the updated Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten packet. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten packet. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the photos. To purchase the complete Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten packet, please click here!   1. Winter Write & Wipe Numbers (1-20) To prepare the cards for use in a write and wipe center, print, laminate them, and then cut them apart. The intention of this activity is for children to practice correct number formation with a dry-erase marker. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by punching a hole in the top left corner and securing the cards together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner. 2. Winter count and clip cards (1-10) Print, laminate and cut out the picture cards. The aim of this activity is for children to count the objects on the cards and to clip a clothes peg on the correct number. Alternatively, children can use dry-erase markers to color the correct number. 3. Which has More? Winter clip cards To set up, print, laminate and cut out the cards and use with household pegs. The aim is for children to count the number of items on each card and identify whether the group above or below the middle line contains the most items. 4. Which has Less? Winter clip cards To set up, print, laminate and cut out the cards and use with household pegs. The aim is for children to count the number of items on each card and identify whether the group above or below the middle line contains the least number of items. 5. Snowman Mittens Numbers Before & After To set up, print, laminate and cut out the big cards and the smaller number cards. The aim is for children to identify the number that comes before and after the number on the big cards.   6. Winter number match 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 snowman body pieces to build a complete snowman. 7. Winter missing numbers write & wipe (skip counting by 10s) 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... read more

Winter Literacy Centers for Kindergarten

Winter Literacy Centers for Kindergarten Hey guys! Here’s a sneak peak at the updated Winter Literacy Centers for Kindergarten packet. PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Winter Literacy Centers for Kindergarten packet. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the photos. To purchase the complete Winter Literacy Centers for Kindergarten packet, please click here!   1. Winter write & wipe alphabet To prepare the cards for use in a write and wipe center, print, laminate them, and then cut them apart. The intention of this activity is for children to practice correct letter formation with a dry-erase marker. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by making a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner. 2. Hat and mittens alphabet match To prepare this activity for use, print the cards, laminate them and then cut them apart. Household pegs, or other small clipping items such as unused hair clips or paper clips, can be used for this activity. The aim is for children to clip a peg on the mittens with the lower case letter that matches the upper case letter on the hat. 3. Winter clip the syllables To prepare this activity for use, print the cards, laminate them and then cut them apart. Household pegs, or other small clipping items such as unused hair clips or paper clips, can be used for this activity. The aim is for children to identify the number of syllables in each word and clip the circle with the correct answer. 4. Winter clip the beginning sound (single letter sounds and blends) Print, laminate and cut out the picture cards. The aim of this activity is for children to correctly identify the beginning sound of each picture and to clip a clothes peg to show their answer. Alternatively, children can use dry-erase markers to colour the correct beginning sound. 5. Missing beginning and ending sounds (CVC words) You will need to supply children will Scrabble letter tiles or other small letters for this activity. To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate and then cut them apart. Children are required to identify the missing letter at the beginning and end of the word and place the letter tiles in the squares to show their answer. 6. Hot chocolate word family sort To prepare this activity, print, laminate and cut out the sorting hot chocolate mats... read more

Christmas Nativity Preschool Centers

Christmas Nativity Preschool Centers   A couple of years ago, I made a Christmas Nativity Preschool Centers packet. I never got around to blogging about it then, so I thought I would do it now.   PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Christmas Nativity Preschool Centers. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the photos. To purchase the complete Christmas Nativity Preschool Centers packet, please click here!   1. Fine motor practice mat – Christmas Star To prepare the mat for use, print and then laminate it for durability. You will need to supply children with pom-poms, gems, beads, beans or any other small objects that will fit inside the circles. The aim of this activity is for children to place a small object in each of the circles.   2. Write and Wipe pre-writing Christmas cards: left to right To prepare the cards for use in a write and wipe center, print and laminate them, and then cut them apart. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by using a hole punch to make a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner. Using a white board (dry-erase) marker, children are required to trace the lines on the card starting on the left and progressing towards the right.   3. Wise Men letter match Print, laminate and cut out all the pieces. Attach the gifts to the end of a clothes peg. The aim of this activity is for children to math the upper and lower case letters.   3. Missing letters Clip It! Christmas stars To prepare the cards for use, print and laminate them, and then cut them apart. Print the alphabet stars and cut them out. Attach each star to the end of a clothes peg. Alternatively, you can write the letters using a permanent marker on the pegs, or stick on some alphabet stickers. The aim of this activity is for children to identify the missing letter and to clip the correct letter in the missing spot to complete the alphabet sequence.   4. Beginning Sounds Clip It! cards – gifts from the wise men To prepare the cards for use, print and laminate them, and then cut them out. Cut out each letter circle out and attach them to the end of a peg (or bottle caps). The aim of this activity is for children to... read more

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