I was so good at getting those first few sheets out on a regular schedule, wasn’t I? And I was so proud of myself, too. I had planned it all out ahead and followed through beautifully. That is … until we got hit with some serious sickness in our house. That just derailed everything!
We’re all on the mend now, though, and I’m back to getting these things out to you. I thank you for being patient with me!
Here’s our second letter B activity. It’s some handwriting practice for you! Actually, there were so many fun B graphics to play with, I made two of them!
DOWNLOAD #1 HERE
DOWNLOAD #2 HERE
By the way, if you do use this sheet, I’d love to have a comment from you! Sometimes I think I’m just writing to a gigantic empty room…..
Oh, and don’t forget to enter my first ever giveaway! It ends on March 11th, so there’s still plenty of time to get in on it!
Well, I’m so sorry, folks! I just took a look back and realized that I never linked the first letter B activity! So sorry! (Really, you should tell me these things)
Here is the letter B jumble…
Print it and enjoy it! The rest of letter B is coming your way!
I loved the theme I had up for the past few weeks. It was so cute, and so me! But, I didn’t do my homework when I picked it and it seems there were some . . . unsavory links hidden throughout it. If you happened to click on one of them, I deeply apologize! I only noticed this issue this evening and immediately took that theme offline.
And then I found this one! And after doing my homework on where it came from and what it included (and most especially didn’t include!) I made it mine.
I’ll be working on it over the next few weeks, tweaking things here and there, as I learn it’s features. But I’m pretty happy with it. What do you think? If you are reading this in an email or a reader, please take a moment to click over and see me! Oh, and please note that the comments are not at the bottom anymore! You’ll find them just under the date, to the left of each post title.
Hope you have a great evening. I’ll see you tomorrow!
UPDATE: This Giveaway Is Now CLOSED. Thanks!
Do you remember a few days ago when I talked about those adorable animal stamps that we’ve been using for our math worksheets? You can find the first set of sheets for free here and I’ll be posting more in the coming weeks.
Well, we happen to have an extra set of 6 animal stamps here that we’d love to share with you! The giveaway opens today, Feb 25th, 2011 and closes on March 11th, 2011 at midnight EST. I’ll also include some fun sheets for your children to use the stamps with!
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I found some adorable little stampers with a jungle animal theme and when I saw the giraffe, it reminded me of the cute little cartoon I used for our BDPQ Trail game and I just had to order them! My first thought of how to use them was to have the kids stamp a correct answer instead of circling. Then I thought they would work beautifully for solving simple addition problems. Just stamp the addends together to get your sum!
That’s what these worksheets are all about… Each sheet has 6 addition problems with a space to write an answer and a space for stamping or putting small stickers or even just making dots with a crayon. You can use them however you’d like.
This set is just to get you started. It includes 4 sheets, covering adding 1 and 2 to the numbers from 1-9. Perfect for stamping!
Here’s a letter jumble for the letter B. I hope you enjoyed it last week for letter A. My kids have been looking forward to this for days! We have lots more letter B materials this week, so please check back daily.
I was sitting here making fun things for Valentine’s Day and I got a little carried away.
Here’s a surprise printable for you, just in time for Surprise Sunday and just barely in time for the holiday it’s created for. Don’t worry, you can use it all month and I’m sure the kids won’t mind.
Oh. Maybe I should tell you what it is…
Quite simply, these are fun and colorful hearts, a little over an inch and a half in size. Half of them have uppercase letters on them and the other half have lowercase letters on them. You can glue the uppercase pages into a file folder and have the children match the lowercase letters to them. Or you could print several sets and spell words with them. Or, you could even print a whole bunch of them and use them to spell out Valentine messages, either to put in a card for family and friends, or to post up on the wall or bulletin board. Let me know what your ideas are.
Download Alphabet Hearts Here
Whatever you do with them, make sure it’s fun! That is, after all, what this holiday is about. Love and fun
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Our last A activity for the week is an alphabet dot-to-dot. Just follow the alphabet around the picture to finish it up.