Showing posts with label Free printables. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Free printables. Show all posts

Monday, August 8, 2016

41 Dolch Sight Words for First Grade

If you missed the 40 Dolch Sight Words for Pre -Kindergarten , you can download it HERE and the 52olch Sight Words for Kindergarten, download it HERE. Reading, repetition and tracing are the key learning tools I used for our daughters.  Use Letter Tiles to make it more interesting by letting your child form the sight words.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/41-Dolch-Sight-Words-for-First-Grade-3226251

Print the flashcards on card stock, you can also laminate them to make it more durable, punch a hole in a corner and use a Book Ring.



This way you can always have it handy. You can easily throw it in your purse and while waiting for an appointment or waiting in line, your child can practice their sight words.




You can also print these on card stock and laminate, so your child can use it over and over again. I've always used sheet protectors to save money. Let your child say the sight words to you while tracing.


and finally, how about a matching game! Our girls enjoy any matching game, make it fun by using a timer and an incentive! You can also do a hide and seek a sight word game. Spread and hide the sight words in your front room and let your child find them! Be creative and use this matching game in anyway that your child might love.





FREE PRINTABLE First Grade Dolch Sight Words



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Thursday, August 4, 2016

First and Last Day of School Sign Printable

Aren't you amazed how time just quickly goes by? It felt like yesterday I was planning for our summer fun and in a few more days ..it's back to school again! Our soon to be first grader is just over the moon excited. I am however having a boiling pot of emotions. Excited for sure for all the new things that are in store for her. More,new and fun things to learn. New and old faces. A new door for her. I am also worried for safety. I think of her new teacher, how will she or he can affect our child's life, will they be a teacher who passionately cares for her students. 

I can go on and on. I know this is familiar territory for most parents. All I know is that we can rest into God's hands. He is in control. I pray that the Lord will bless her with new and good friendships. I pray that she will be a light to other students who don't know Jesus. May she stand firm for the weak and be a blessing to others. May she  keep that burning desire for learning lit. I hope and pray that she may know that she is more than just a school grade.


Let's document these special milestones! Preschool to 12th grade, just click on the image to print. You don't have to print all of it of course just choose the page (or grade) that you want.

First Day of School Sign - Free Printables (Preschool to 12th grade)

and let's not forget the last day of school. I am always in awe of how much they have matured and grown in a school year.

Last Day of School Signs- Free Printable ( Preschool to 12th grade)


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Monday, June 13, 2016

52 Dolch Sight Words For Kindergarten

If you missed the 40 Dolch Sight Words for Pre -Kindergarten , you can download it HERE.  Reading, repetition and tracing are the key learning tools I used for our daughters.  Use Letter Tiles to make it more interesting by letting your child form the sight words.



 


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/52-Dolch-Sight-Words-For-Kindergarten-3226233



Print the flashcards on card stock, you can also laminate them to make it more durable, punch a hole in a corner and use  a Leaf Ring Binder Key Ring



This way  you can always have it handy. You can easily throw it in your purse and while waiting for an appointment or waiting in line, your child can practice their sight words.



You can also print these on card stock and laminate, so your child can use it over and over again. I've always used sheet protectors to save money.  Let your child say the sight words to you while tracing.



and finally, how about a matching game! Our girls enjoy any matching game, make it fun by using a timer and an incentive! You can also do a hide and seek a sight word game. Spread and hide the sight words in your front room and let your child find them! Be creative and use this matching game in anyway that your child might love.


 
Free Educational Printables





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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

40 Dolch Sight Words for Pre-Kindergarten

 Our Lucy is in Kindergarten,she had already mastered the first 100 sight words. She did read at a young age ( Read : How We've Taught Our Now 5 yr old To Read at the Age of 3) but we still did a lot of reading, repetition and tracing.  You can use Letter Tiles to make it more interesting by letting your child form the sight words using the tiles.

 

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/40-Dolch-Sight-Words-for-Pre-Kindergarten-3226196?aref=s9ptcxrr

Print the flashcards on card stock, you can also laminate them to make it more durable, punch a hole in a corner and use  a Leaf Ring Binder Key Ring

. This way  you can always have it handy. You can easily throw it in your purse and while waiting for an appointment or waiting in line, your child can practice their sight words. You can also print these on card stock and laminate, so your child can use it over and over again. I've always used sheet protectors to save money.  Let your child say the sight words to you while tracing.


Ways to use the matching cards :

1. Matching game.
2. Hide and seek a sight word - make it an active fun by playing this game in your living room. Spread and hide all the sight words.
3. I spy a sight word. If you are teaching more than one child, make it a game and whoever finds the most matching sight words wins!
4. Sight word sticks. Paste the sight words on a Popsicle stick. Let  your child stick the matching sight words on a block of Styrofoam.
5. Cut and Paste. If your child is ready , let her/him cut the sight words and paste the matching sight words in a piece of copy paper. You can even make a mini lap book.




Make it fun and engaging! Take the child's lead and practice the sight words when you can.


Free Educational Printables




Friday, November 27, 2015

Goodnight Moon Free Printable Pack

   I still remember the nights that we would read Goodnight Moon to our eldest daughter when she was a wee tiny baby. I have awesome memories of her when she was just learning how to read at the age of 3 (Read : How We've Taught Our Now 5 yr old To Read at the Age of 3 ) . This classic board book played a big part in her journey to her love of reading. I remember that I would just point to the illustrations and she would say.." 3 little bears sitting on chairs ".. "a mouse"...a "toy house".

   Our youngest one is 3 yrs old now.  Even though she's not in school yet , we do Before FIAR here at home. If you are not familiar with Before FIAR, here's a great resource. Sometimes, not all of the books are in our local library , in those cases ..we utilize our home library.

    Because our girls enjoyed this classic board book a whole lot, I made these worksheets in line with the Goodnight Moon board book.  An ALPHABET practice and COUNTING pack.

It is FREE, so feel free to download and use with your little ones!





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BOARD BOOK : 30 pages


About the author :



Margaret Wise Brown (May 23, 1910 – November 13, 1952) writer of many children's books, two of her most famous children's picture board book are Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny. Brown died unexpectedly in  France of embolism, shortly after suffering from appendicitis. When she passed away ,  she had wrote over one hundred books. Brown left behind over 70 unpublished manuscripts.To read more about Margaret Wise Brown and her work, read here.


Other Goodnight Moon Books:




Now grab your FREE Goodnight Moon Printable pack!


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Goodnight Moon Counting Printable




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