DIY Photo Name Puzzle
Easy tutorial for how to make a photo name puzzle for your preschooler to learn the letters in their name!
Find Your Name; A Simple Breakfast Invitation
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! I’ve got your Breakfast Invitation secret weapon. Kids love seeing their name. Like, loooooooooove seeing their name. And so do we. We use our names to mark our success at workouts, sign off on an email, and to simply identify which Starbucks frappacchino is ours. We find it especially funny when it gets written incorrectly. Names are a beautiful representation of who we are. Let’s use names to help our children grasp a marker, identify letters, and hold their…
Common Core Based Writing Rubrics and Writing Samples For Kindergarten- Free!
In this post, I am going to give you three different free downloadable writing rubrics that I made that are based strictly on the Common Co...
How to Help Cultivate a Love of Reading - Mrs. Richardson's Class
Help cultivate a love of reading for students in your classroom with these practical tips. The free printable rescource is perfect to share with parents.
Name Recognition with Playdough Imprints
A child will naturally be interested in recognizing, and later writing, his/her name. You can make the process of name recognition interesting and fun with playdough imprints! This is a great preschool name activity for Toddler, Preschool, Prek, and Kindergarten age children. We used foam letters here, but one can use any type of letters […]
We're Going on a Word Hunt Sight Word Activity - Walking by the Way
Simon loves to look for things; it’s fun for him. I like to capitalize on fun, so I created a few word hunts to help him learn some sight words (and to aid in practicing tally marks). Here’s what I did for this activity: 1. I wrote all the words on sticky notes and stuck …
FREE Name Practice Mats
These FREE editable name mats provide hands-on name practice for preschool and kindergarten. Help little ones learn to write their names while having fun!