Today is Word Search Day! Giant letters, simple words, and they only go left to right or top to bottom.
Welcome to Letter C Day 3!
Today is cut and paste day! Can your child help each cat catch his favorite mice? We’ll be sorting upper and lower case C’s today.
Time for some letter C copy work! I hope these are just enough for your
Here we are at the first day of letter C! I hope you’ve been enjoying our activities so far.
Today we have our letter jumble.
Instead of circling the letters, why not have your child
Here’s the last one…. It’s a dot-to-dot of that fun bear I’ve been using all week. He’s just so cute! I love those big round eyes 🙂
My kids love mazes. Do yours? Well, here’s a fun, B-themed maze for your children to enjoy. Just help the bear find his fish! 🙂
And, because I just can’t help myself…
I love this activity and I hope you and your kids will, too!
This is a three page download. The first page you’ll work with your children looking at a book (any of their favorite picture books
Continuing our B theme, we have a fun cut and paste printable for you today. I used that cute little bear from the first handwriting worksheet and gave him some fish to eat. Your children
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
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…
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,
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
Our last A activity for the week is an alphabet dot-to-dot. Just follow the alphabet around the picture to finish it up.
Today we have a little bit of fun. Do your children love mazes as much as mine do? Well, print out this download and let them help the worm reach his favorite apple.
Today is a science and art activity. You’ll need to print a copy of the download below. You’ll also need an apple of your choice, a little bit of lemon juice, some water and some paint.
Here’s a fun little activity that my kids begged me to let them do as soon as they saw it. This activity has your child cutting out some apples and sorting them by gluing uppercase A apples
Ready for another Letter A sheet to enjoy with your children? This one is for writing practice. It was just enough for my kids without being too overwhelming. They’ll practice upper and lowercase
I’m working on a project. It’s rather large and keeps growing the further I get into it. Since I might not complete it for quite a while, I thought I might share parts of it here with you.
I have a secret. And I really want to keep it a surprise, but I’m so excited about it that I just can’t quite wait.
I won’t tell you everything. You’ll have to come back