Lately, a lot of new folks have been visiting this post! Thanks for coming by! Hope you like the game. Little Learning Lovies now has a full store with more than 200 different games and printable activities, some of which are free! I hope you come visit us and let me know what you think…
Our store is at:
I’ve made something special for you, today! Was your April full of lots of showers? Ours was! We’re ready for some may flowers, now. So here is a blank file folder game that you can use for any skill you’d like! Instructions are included.
I hope you enjoy it! If you do use this, We’d love to hear what skills you practice with it. Just come back and leave a comment on this post.
Look! I finished this for you before May! I’m so excited to bring you this planning pack. I hope you like it.
This month includes a few new features, like a book log and a field trip log. This is a fun way to keep on top of your records where these things are concerned.
I’d love to hear from you about what else you’d like to keep track of. Here in NJ we don’t have to keep any kind of records, so this is all a bit new to me. Let me have your input to make these planning packs the best they can be!
Here’s a great preview of what you’ll get in your download if you click the above picture (or the download link below).
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I hope you enjoyed your sample preview. Now, go ahead and download this and enjoy!
I came across these lovely drawings and immediately thought how fun it would be to have the children create their own story to go along with these darling pictures. Then I thought, why not share with you lovely families. And then I thought, why not make it a contest!
So here you go!
There are two different challenges to try your hand at. Each challenge is broken up by age groups (so a three year old won’t have to compete with a 16 year old!). Choose which challenge you’d like to join (or both!), download your Challenge Pack for your age group and follow the instructions to enter. You’ll be emailing submissions to email@example.com. All submissions are due by Friday, April 29th!
The first Challenge is the April Showers Writing Challenge.
You’ll be looking at 6 pictures and creating a story to go with them. I’ll be choosing a winner from each age group. Then I’ll use the winners stories to create a book that I will offer as a free download here! So go ahead and click your age group to download your entry pack:
The second challenge is a drawing challenge.
You will be adding a 7th image to the series to show what you think might possibly happen next to this little rain soaked girl. There is only one packet to download for all age groups. When you email me your submissions, please make sure you include the child’s age so I know what group to put the drawing in!
Drawing Challenge Pack
I’m looking forward to seeing what you all send in!
This contest is open to ALL students who are 18 years old or younger. When emailing submissions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure you include your first name, last initial and home city, state. This information (and no other personal information) will be published with your entry if you win! The winner will ONLY receive recognition on this website. I will personally create a book with each of the winning submissions. The book will be available to the winner and all other visitors to this site as a downloadable and printable PDF file. There is no other prize involved with this contest. The winners of the drawing contest will see their artwork displayed here. I reserve the right to publish some or all of the remaining entries here on this website. (Wouldn’t a few runners up like to see their work here too?) If you have any questions, send an email with QUESTION in the subject line to email@example.com
And please SHARE this contest! Tweet about it, post it on facebook, let others know by posting about it on your blog. The more entries, the more fun!!
Here’s the last of the addition stamper math worksheet sets. Adding 9′s and 0′s. I hope you’ve had fun with these! I have more fun stuff up my sleeve coming soon . . .
Here’s some more stamper math! Once you get into these higher numbers it gets harder to fit all those stamps in, but if you’re careful and deliberate you can do it!
Here’s some stamper math to go with your stamps! Or you can use stickers or just draw little circles or even shamrocks!
Here’s the next set of stamper math sheets! They cover adding 3 and 4 to the numbers 1-9. You can read all about how these work and download the 1′s and 2′s HERE. And don’t forget to enter the giveaway for the stampers HERE.
Here’s today’s download link:
I hope these are useful for you! Have fun!
I drew these up for some things I was making for my kids (I’m sure I’ll be sharing those here too!)
I printed these, laminated them and cut them out. Then I used a little magnetic tape on the back. I’ve been using these on our magnetic dry erase board to illustrate our activities while the children work with actual unit blocks.
I hope these are useful for you!
UPDATE on 3/15/11:
I made a new set that matches Math-U-See! I hope you enjoy them!