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!
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!
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 tomorrow. But as a sneaky peak into what I have in store for you, here’s a fun download for your kids. It involves a hungry squirrel and some alphabet acorns. I’m not going to tell you anymore though, so stop asking!
See you Monday!!
PS: It’s okay if you tell a friend or two about our little secret here. After all, secrets are more fun when you get to share them, aren’t they?