I didn’t even know at the time that that post was a “Part ONE” but when a Pre-k teacher asked me if I could turn it into a printable, I decided to stay up all night (like the night owl I am) and make it happen.
So, here is how this HUGE set works…
You can have your little one cut up the movable shapes that make up the letters or you can cut them yourself and laminate them, but either way….
I made this so that you can work on a letter a day if you want to OR you can have a bunch of the shapes out and about and let your littles explore with combining them to make the letters (or numbers).
You get an E for effort either way… see what I did there?
The first page acts like a little reference.
I am including this set in my Members Page.
If you EVER have problems with getting locked out of the site or losing your password e-mail me Jessica (at) the mommy teacher (dot) com so that I can take care of it!
Every single morning my kids want to eat goldfish for breakfast.
I didn’t say that it happens, I just said that that is what my kids want…every.single.morning.
I do like to let my kids make choices about what they would like to eat for breakfast and for lunch (not-so-much dinner), but I typically like to give them a variety of options to pick from.
Telling my kids, “Goldfish is a snack, pick something that you want to eat for breakfast: cereal, oatmeal, eggs, etc.” just wasn’t cutting it, so I decided to make a visual.
My printable functions kind-of like a menu for the kids. It shows them what they can pick from when we are in a hurry (which is a lot), and of course I will make the take-your-time printable when I have, well, time.
I got this idea when Casey wrote a post in August and she set up some breakfast options in a basket…
I am including the Breakfast Choices PDF Template with both “on-the-go” and “take-your-time” templates that you can glue the box-top images that you would like to use in the spaces, draw/color your food choices, or take pictures and add them to the templates. (When I update this and complete it, I will be adding it to the member’s page).
I would love to see what you come up with!
Share pictures with us on Facebook if you have any morning solutions of your own.
I wanted to introduce the meaning of our Christmas decorations and when I googled the meanings there were no visuals for kids to make easy associations SO I thought that this task would be perfect for my last Christmas printable for 2013:
My sister, Becca, is probably the most creative and sentimental human being that I have ever met.
She always amazes me with her thoughtfulness and the energy she spends to create special memories for our kids.
When we get our kids together she is always preparing fun snacks, special crafts, itineraries of special events, and much more.
Well, she started a tradition with all of the kids just two years ago that the kids now anticipate and remember more than any other tradition: a scavenger hunt to find their toys!
The kids were so attentive to figure out their next clue!
So, my awesome sister buys small toys/trinkets, writes riddles for the scavenger hunt, and has the kids play outside while she sets up all of the gifts. Another sister, Ali, is also a PHENOMENAL gift-giver so she loves to help with the shopping and setting up of the gifts as well.
I asked Becca if she was okay with today’s printable being this year’s riddles and she was glad to share it. So, HERE is the riddle if you want to print it and use it OR just use it as a guideline to make your own.
Here is an example of one of the riddles in action:
And here is the play-by-play of this year’s scavenger hunt:
1) Favorite Bible Stories Coloring Books on the playroom table.
2) A piñata hanging in the backyard.
3) Nativity Magnets and birthday blowers in the kitchen.