Dr Seuss Tag

I love Dr. Seuss and celebrating his birthday with my class.  I made this easy to attach tag to give as a little “favor” for each child.*Please note: All free printables are only for readers of Creative Preschool Resources . If you enjoy this printable, please take a second to “follow” us to recieve email updates {top sidebar}. Thank you!

Simply print the tag out and attach it to a baggie of goldfish or Swedish fish.  PDF tagEnjoy!

The book “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish” is actually a yellow book which is why I made the tag yellow.  If you’d like a more traditional “Dr Seuss” color scheme check this one out!  Download the PDF here

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Fish graphic by Kelly Medina at mygrafico.com

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Letter T – Teddy Bear Day

Today we get to bring our favorite teddies to school!  Don’t you just love cuddling with something soft and squishy?  To honor our teddy bears on teddy bear picnic day we’ll be reading several stories:  Teddy Bear Picnic,  Brown Bear, and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears.

Every preschool kiddo loves a great hat so today we’re making hats!  Get the PDF hat here.

Have fun and happy cuddling!

I also found wooden bear shapes Continue reading

Letter T – Teddy Bear Sorting

Whew!  We’re cruising right along with the alphabet and amazingly made it to letter T already!  With our focus on teddy bears we’ll be doing some gummy bear sorting and graphing.  To practice our fine motor skills we’ll be using tweezers to do the sorting.

*Please note: All free printables are only for readers of Creative Preschool Resources . If you enjoy this printable, please take a second to “follow” us to recieve email updates {top sidebar}. Thank you!

PDF Version of the gummy bear sorting page

To get the gummy bear graph just click here.

Happy sorting, counting and graphing.

Do you love integrating language arts with Math as much as I do?  Here’s a PDF printable for the chant Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear turn around.  Use this to teach the kids the poem/song or print off a copy for each child and allow them to color it and search for letter Tt in the chant.

Hope you enjoy some teddy bear fun!

Bear graphics by Black Leaf at mygrafico.com

Letter S snake

We love making things out of alphabet letters.  It not only teaches the kids the names of the letters but also helps them identify the initial sound of the words.  For letter S we made a snake {surprise, surprise}.  Here’s the cute little guy we came up with.  Made with construction paper, paper straws, yarn and google eyes.  I just love the way his little tongue sticks out almost as if he’s hissing at you!

Letter Q quilt

Nothing goes better with letter Qq than a quilt.  {Who doesn’t love getting cozy in a warm and snuggly hand-made quilt?}  I’m sure we’ll have a couple dozen quilts show up for letter Qq sharing day.  To help the kiddos remember letter Qq we are making paper quilts using white construction paper, cut up scrapbook paper and yarn.

After gluing the quilt together we will help the students add a capital and lower case letter to their quilt.  Once all of their “mini” paper quilts are complete we’ll sew them together using paper punch holes and yarn and then display the GIANT quilt in the classroom.

Letter P Penguin

When learning about letter Pp what better way is there to learn then to make a giant P into a cute penguin?  It don’t think there is a cuter way.  🙂  So here is our giant P penguin.  The letter P is made from an entire sheet of 12×18 construction paper.  I simply used various colors of construction paper to make all of the rest of the parts and the kids get to glue him together.  To add a little flair we made them Rockhopper Penguins and added feathers to the top of his head.  Happy penguin making!

Letter N

Noisy nightingales need new nests.  Letter Nn is our focus letter this week.  In addition to a plethora of letter n activities we are doing abstract noodle painting.  Grab some noodles and get ready for some fun.  Using both cooked and dry noodles (any kind of noodles will work) have your child create an abstract piece of art on the Letter n page shown Continue reading

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