Earth Day FREE
Free Earth Day Printables Also available: April Printables - KINDERGARTENApril Printables - FIRST GRADEMay Printables - KINDERGARTENMay Printables - FIRST GRADE This is a "no prep" printable packet that can be used as a whole-group activity, centers, morning work, homework, review, etc. Include...
Fall Math and Literacy Packet (Kindergarten)!
Fall is here and I just LOVE this season! So many reasons to enjoy and appreciate fall! I am have been super busy making a Fall Math and Literacy Packet
Pom-Pom Pumpkin Stamping Activity- Toddler at Play
This Pom-Pom Pumpkin Stamping activity is so fun and adorable, and of course the most perfect craft to do this Fall! It's so fun too!
Preschool: My Body - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
A few weeks ago our little daredevil had her first x-ray due to a little jumping on the bed incident. Yup 1 little monkey jumping on the bed, she fell off and bumped her head… broke her clavicle. Well ever since, she has been fascinated with the bones inside her body so there couldn’t be […]
Fun Learning Printables for Kids
Fun children's learning activities, including printable templates, for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school kids.
Two Squirrel Crafts
E and I have been trying out some squirrel crafts for next term as we have a large amount of orange tissue paper remaining from the fox paper plate craft. I've come up with two crafts... the first is using the printable from twistynoodle.com and covered in tissue paper, the tail made of scrunched up tissue, and the bod
Christmas Tree Puppet
Check out Scholastic's Christmas Tree Puppet printables and worksheets for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math, and science.
Truett's Teacher Supplies
Browse over 100 educational resources created by Truett's Teacher Supplies in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Cut and Paste: Cornucopia
Since Thanksgiving is upon us (How did THAT happen!?), I was on a mission to find what I thought would be a simple cut and paste cornucopia. I wanted my kids to be able to cut out the fruits and vegetables and paste them onto the horn of plenty. After looking, and looking, I gave up and made my own. Ever my test-subject, my 4 year old colored, cut and glued this all by himself. I was pretty impressed. You don't have to be, but I was. ;-) Spiff's Cornucopia: The Printable: