Kinders Name Art
This is a GREAT first week of school art project for kinders! It allows them to practice letter recognition while helping the teacher remember their names!!! It's a win-win! I already had their names written on the black paper before they came to art class and set them at their individual spots so they know where their art seat is. I also read the book "Too Much Glue" to the class before we began. Let me tell you...I had 2 out of my 3 classes use gluesticks because the glue bottles weren't…
Back to School Packets!
Tracing Practice! TONS of printable for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade and 3rd Grade!
Name Activities EDITABLE
Name activities: beginning of the year and end of the year self portraits. Great way to see the growth in self-image and writing over the year!
Name Practice Sheets for Learning to Spell Names in Preschool
These name practice sheets teach children how to recognize their own name but to also spell their names, both of which kindergarten teachers really like!
Spectacular Spider Activities: Spidery Learning Activities
Check out these fun spider activities for your preschool and pre-k classroom. These are perfect if you are teaching spiders theme unit or lesson plans. My son and I have enjoyed using our magnetic spiders for several years. I recently got them out to use for Halloween decorations, games, and shenanigans, and thought I would share a few magnetic spider activities with you. Spider Magnets
Everything you need to set up morning work binders in your special education classroom. Includes templates to customize for your classroom.
Thanksgiving Picture & Word Tracing Printables
10 Free Thanksgiving themed tracing sheets to practice handwriting, drawing and coloring!
Name Books: Printable, Personalized Letter Practice
Young children LOVE these books that have the letters of their names on each page. They are so easy to print!
This week during our stations we are focusing on correctly writing the letters in our name. This activity has them counting the letters in their name, arranging the letters in their name in order and then writing them the correct way. It is a great way to differentiate and meet all ability levels in the classroom.Here are a few examples.
Make your own foam name stamps - so easy!
DIY foam name stamps This is a great way to get toddlers and preschoolers learning to recognize and spell their name. A fun, process art activity that they will love!
How many letters in my name?
Use this sheet to help students discover how many letters are in their name.Students write each letter of their name in a box. They then count how many letters there are and write this in the big box