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With the 4th of July just around the corner I’d thought I put together a new activity pack.  This pack focuses on some of the United States patriotic symbols.

Here’s what you’ll find inside: Syllable Count, Patriotic Symbols Vocabulary Tracing Strips, Skip Counting Puzzles, 100 Chart Art, and Roll & Graph. (I have included 2 different die options.  One is the regular printable die and the new one is to insert into one of these Photo Stacking Blocks.)

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July is just around the corner do you have your fireworks yet?  This is the perfect month to bring in some red, white and blue fun.  Grab my free 4th of July printables and bring the fireworks indoors.

All my 4th of July printables are in one easy download. Just click the unit image to download a single zipped file of all the printables. You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from my site!

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I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream!  I don't know about your kiddos, but one of my kids' favorite treats on a hot summer day is ice cream. Why not use their love of this cold delight to keep their brains active over the summer months with these FREE Ice Cream printables! 
 
All my Ice Cream printables are in one easy download. Just click the unit image to download a single zipped file of all the printables. You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from my site!
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Easter is just around the corner, so have fun exploring its symbols with your kiddo(s) with our Free Easter Symbols Preschool Unit!

All our printables are in one easy download. Just click the image above to download a single zip file of all the printables. (Can’t unzip it. Try Hamster Free Zip Archiver approved by Amber’s husband. Remember to download carefully.)

You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from our site! Last year’s printables are also included in this download.

Here are some of the printables that MAY BE included in this unit:

  • Jelly Bean Observations
  • Jelly Bean Graphing
  • How Many Jelly Beans?
  • Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
  • Roll & Graph
  • Letter Sort
  • Writing Maze
  • Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
  • Size Sort
  • Number Order Puzzle (1-10 and 11-20)
  • Spelling Book
  • Count & Clip

Tot Pack
Looking for some ideas for a younger tot? Check out the Easter Tot Pack. from 1+1+1=1

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There are also more ideas, units, printables and crafts available on our Pinterest Board!

We hope you enjoy these printables and please let us know if you have any issues with downloading or using the items provided.

Please do not sell or host these files anywhere else. You MAY link people here. When leading others to these printables, please link to THIS page, not to the file page.  Thanks! (See TOU)

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This week we are expanding our Easter Theme printables. 

The last two days we’ve focused on the Resurrection.  Today and tomorrow will be ideas for Easter Symbols.  To get you started, I’ve found some fabulous ideas that can be use in independent centers, plus a free printable. 

Fine Motor

My Montessori Journey has wonderful Easter based activities that will help your child work on their fine motor and practical life skills.  Swing by the website to be inspired.

 
Easter Theme Fine Motor Activities

Stamping

Work on letter recognition with our Stamping Strips.  To do this activity you will need uppercase or lowercase stamps and an ink pad.


Stamping Strips: Easter

Play-Dough

Putti Prapancha has a fun way for creating Easter eggs using play-dough, beads and sequins.  To keep your kiddos engaged longer, provide a few Easter cookie cutters.


Playdoh Easter Eggs with Beads and Sequins

Hope you have fun.

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I have another extension pack ready for you! We would love to hear what you think and if you blog about it, please share!  It is so much fun to see how others have used our printables.

Here’s a closer look at inside this Kindergarten Extension Pack: (Future packs will include more printables.)
Jelly Bean Addition and Subtraction
100 Chart Art
Tracing Strips
Skip Counting Order Puzzles
Graph, Predict and Analyze
Graph, Predict and Analyze

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Looking for more ideas?

There are also more ideas, units, printables and crafts available on our Pinterest Board! We hope you enjoy these printables and please let us know if you have any issues with downloading or using the items provided.

 

Please do not sell or host these files anywhere else. You MAY link people here. When leading others to these printables, please link to THIS page, not to the file page.  Thanks! (See TOU)

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Check out my NEW YEAR Printables! This mini pack is the perfect little something to ring in the New Year.   

All my printables are in one easy download. Just click unit the image to download a single file of all the printables. You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from my site!

PRESCHOOL PACK
BOOKS TO GO ALONG
TOT PACK
PRODUCTS I USE
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Please do not sell or host these files anywhere else. You MAY link people here. When leading others to these printables, please link to THIS page, not to the file page.  Thanks! (See TOU)

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Well, December is here.  Can you believe it?  I don't know about you, but my December is packed full.  If your schedule is as full as mine you probably don't have a lot of time to plan out your preschool lessons.  Let me take the stress off your shoulders.  I've got a slew of Christmas activities that are just print and go.

Check out my favorite themed printables perfect for this month.

Just click the individual images below to be taken to each download page.

Free December Themed Printables
FREE Candy Cane Preschool Pack
FREE New Year Preschool Pack
What's on your schedule this month?

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I love reading about history and teaching it to my children. Thanksgiving is a great time to learn about America’s earliest days. Books such as The Very First Thanksgiving is a great way to introduce young readers to what life was like for the Pilgrims and the Native American’s they met. To help your kiddo understand the events of the first Thanksgiving I’ve put together an illustrated Thanksgiving timeline.

Organizing the events in a timeline is a great way to learn about historical events, but it is also effective in teaching reading skills. By putting the events in chronological order you’ll help your child practice retelling a story which helps develop reading comprehension.

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This Thanksgiving timeline is one you can print off and work together after you read through a storybook about the Pilgrims.  Just put the pictures in order of the events as they happened, or you could glue them to a sheet of construction paper.

Want even more Thanksgiving ideas? Go grab my FREE Thanksgiving Printable packs.

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Thanksgiving is one of our family's favorite holidays. We cherish the family time and always enjoy celebrating with the traditional turkey dinner. Our family also appreciates and celebrates the cultural significance of the Thanksgiving holiday. These free Thanksgiving printables are a great way to introduce your little learners to the first Thanksgiving and our national traditions. After all, Thanksgiving isn't just about eating turkey and watching football.

All my printables are in one easy download. Just click the unit image to download a single zipped file of all the printables. You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from my site!

PRESCHOOL PACK
BOOKS TO GO ALONG
TOT PACK
PRODUCTS I USE
Looking for More Ideas?
Other Resources

Please do not sell or host these files anywhere else. You MAY link people here. When leading others to these printables, please link to THIS page, not to the file page.  Thanks! (See TOU)

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