Introducing “Wipe It!”

White board markers…  we have a love hate relationship.  I love their ease but man, when they come home on my sons khaki uniform pants I just cringe.  I have yet to find anything wonderful to remove the marker.  Grr!  Regardless of my love hate relationship with them my students love using them!!

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Every week when we are working on letter formation we use wipe off sheets to practice the letters.  Simply laminate the sheets or easier then that, put them in a sheet protector. {That’s what this teacher does}

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The top section is to learn letter formation based on the numerical directions and to practice that.  The middle section is to trace, once again using the correct order of steps.  The bottom section is to try it on their own and lastly they get to “WIPE IT!”.  Just for fun we use really big (like 3 inch) pom pom balls as their erasers.  The kids think that’s pretty fun.

You can purchase the entire set – 26 upper case and 26 lower case “Wipe It!” pages at my shop or just click HERE.

Good luck with letter formation with your Pre-K and Kindergarten kiddos.

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Introducing “Write It!”

I am so excited that part of my dream is beginning to come true.  I am beginning write my own curriculum!!  I know,  AHHHHH!!!  Totally scary and fun at the same time!

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All of this excitement has stemmed from the multiple A-Z curricula I piece together as I teach one letter a week.  (Curricula is a weird plural version of curriculum, believe me, I looked it up.)  I’m working on creating my own A-Z printables and this is the first set I’m sharing with you.Write It Sample Pic

My students complete this page as one of their letter learning activities.  We teach letter formation over a few days in creative ways and this page is the culmination of what they’ve learned.  The top portion is to “rainbow write” both the capital and lower case letters with crayon.  The middle portion is to practice writing each letter with a pencil and the bottom rectangle is intended for the student to draw something beginning with the letter.

This 26 page custom made set is available HERE in my store for just $1.99.

Keep an eye out for MORE A-Z sets in the next few weeks/months!  Happy learning!

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Valentine Journal Writing

I love hearing from kids about what 3 and 4 year olds love.  The silly answers like, “my doggy”, “chocolate” or “playing at the park” make my heart smile.  I use these simple journal printables to take a PEEK into their little brains and see what they are thinking.  I made two versions depending on the writing skills of those that you work with.vday journal blank small

vday journal I love smallDownload the printable FREEBIES below.

Tracing I love writing PDF

Blank love writing PDF

Happy journaling!!
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Apple Pre-K Pack

I am so excited to announce that I completed an amazing Pre-K pack for an apple theme.  The pack is 36 pages long.

apple pack coverThe majority of the activities are in black and white making it a great option for classrooms.  It includes:

Letter Writing Practice – A, B, P & T

Beginning Writing Practice

Straight line cutting practice

Size sequence activity

Sorting by color Game

Counting Game

Color Word Writing

Small Sight Word Book

Number MatchingApple Number Match

Two Number Writing Books (Numbers 1-5)Number Writing Two

Letter Identification Game for letter Aa

This pack is available in my Shop for only $1.50!!!  It will provide hours of practice for Pre-K kids in your care or in your school.  I have loved using it in my own Preschool over the past few months.  Several of the activities are advanced and would work for the Kindergarten classroom as well.

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Let’s Get Buggy Pack

Who needs a few simple printables for this summer?  Why not do a mini unit on bugs with your preschoolers?  This pack can be a great starting point for some Buggy Fun!

While you are here, check out my giveaway that ends today!

Soon, I’ll post some hands-on, fun ideas that you can do with your kiddos to bring your bug unit to life!

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Download the FREE PRESCHOOL BUG PACK here. {They are all in PDF format}

What’s Included on the 10 pages:

  • Letter B Search
  • Letter B Writing Practice
  • Shadow Matching
  • Number Writing
  • Pattern Practice
  • Shape Tracing
  • Cutting Curved Lines
  • Cutting Straight Lines
  • Bug Puzzle
  • Sorting Bugs by Size

A special thanks to the wonderful artists at

Check out their link on the side bar.  Hope you enjoy this fun pack of printables!






If you’d like to purchase the Full 26 Page Preschool “Let’s Get Buggy Pack” from my SHOP you can ALSO get:

  • Number Bug Match-Up 1-6
  • Three versions of a simple decodable book “I See Bugs” {focus on sight words: I, see, color words} with options to write/trace the sentence
  • Bug Sorting Cards to print on card stock : sort by size, sort by color
  • Bug Sequence by Size Activity
  • Make Your Own Finger Print bug counting/decodable book {focus on sight words: here, is, are, number words} – Use colored fingerprints to add the correct number of bugs, then draw on legs, heads or spots.
  • Letter Bb Sorting Activity

Visit my SHOP today to see other great printable packs.

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Outer Space Unit

Happy Friday!  I know I’ve been sporadic in posting lately but the busyness of life is trying to swallow me whole and I’m doing my best to fight it.  🙂

This past week our preschool class began a unit on outer space.  To begin this fun unit I used this fabulous preschool pack from 1+1+1=1.  Check it out!  Cute vocabulary cards, shadow matching etc.

Next week I’ll be sharing what I added to it just for fun!  Please bear with me the next 2 weeks as I may be sporadic, but I’ve got lots of preschool packs and crafts up my sleeve to post about this summer.  I can’t wait.  Have a great day!


Mother’s Day Interview

Happy Monday!  The weeks are flying by, holy cow it’s almost summer break.  Yikes!  Sunday is Mother’s Day and in order to make something for the Moms of the kiddos in our class we have to work on it a little bit each day.

This year we’re making a card for Mother’s Day with a simple interview.  I always love hearing the kids silly answers to these questions.  I ask the kids to draw their best picture of their Mom or Grandma in the top section and then I interview them and write their answers on the bottom section.  I made a color version and a black and white version as well as a Grandma version depending on the child’s home situation.

Download the color PDF

Download the black and white PDF

Download the Grandma black and white PDF

Tomorrow I’ll share our Mother’s Day gifts that we’re making for our Moms.  Happy Mother’s Day (almost).

May Day Surprise

Did you remember that tomorrow is May Day?  It’s not a common thing to celebrate, but it is a traditional celebration of Spring.  Just for fun we are adding some May Day flowers to our neighbor’s front porches.

Aren’t they cute?

A little Spring pop of color on their front door should bring a smile to their faces.

I know I’d love to find something like that on my front door tomorrow!  Here are the free printable tags.

Download the tag in a PDF with 4 to a sheet. Have fun with this printable and remember to follow along for great ideas!





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Farm Pop-up Book Printables

Our Pre-K year is quickly coming to a close.  That means these sweet little ones need to be completely ready for Kindergarten. 

To help them prepare we have begun guided writing.  Don’t know what that is?  Well, it’s exactly as it sounds.  You guide the children through the process of writing letter by letter, direction by direction {where to start on the lines, where to stop, how to leave finger spaces etc.}  It’s a slow process, but a great method to begin to really teach penmanship.

We are making Farm Pop-up books!  Over the next 3 weeks we’ll complete this 4 page book using guided writing.  I love the way the cow pops off the page.

The kiddos add the background to the picture before gluing on the cow.

If you’d like to download the farm pop-up book animals you can download them here.

I have made some super simple paper you can use if you’d like to make one too.  I created 4 varieties of paper depending on where your child is at in the writing process.

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Download:  Option 1,   Option 2,   Option 3,   Option 4

Happy farm writing, or really anything writing since the papers aren’t specific!


Preschool Farm Pack

We are starting our farm unit next week in preschool.  I made a pack of fun printable activities:  Everything from puppets, patterns, smallest to tallest, number writing etc.  Join the fun and download this pack for the little ones in your life!

Special thanks to the AMAZING graphic artists at, especially Stockbury Studios, Revi Devi and Goodness & Fun!  Without them sharing for educational purposes these would be very drab.  🙂

Over the next several weeks I’ll post some hands-on activities too, since I can’t stand too much paper/pencil for little ones.

Follow along to get more FAB FARM ideas!

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DOWNLOAD the FREE  farm packet PDF HERE.






If you like this farm pack you’ll love my Farm number writing printable book.  It’s available in my SHOP.On each page students have the opportunity to write each number and glue on a corresponding item. For example feathers, feed box (rectangle paper), fence posts, horse tail hairs etc.   It’s SUPER cute!

You can buy it at my SHOP for $1.00!  What a deal!

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