This post has a PermaLeaf® White Orchid review and free Pre-K flower PDF. We have been working with flowers and plants this spring. It is a refreshing to think about plants during the dormant looking landscape at the end of the snowy Minnesota winter. PermaLeaf® has the widest selection of outdoor artificial plants
Is it a Flower or Butterfly? Flowers and butterflies have so many common attributes such as beauty, vivid colors, and being ephemeral nature. They are often seen together. When children first notice both, they may be somewhat confused. It helps to point out the attributes that are different, such as that
This post has a free printable for The Colors of Us by Katz. Student will practice using color crayons of various skin tones. Karen Katz has taken a very child centered and friendly approach to the discussion of skin color. We use the terms black and white but actually skin is many shades of brown. In
For December alphabet practice and calendar displays, I have this free printable for December theme alphabet matching focusing on lower case letters, December coloring pages (to help children wait), and December and January calendar pieces. Thank you for reading! Carolyn
This post has a Free Ages of Animals PDF and 10 Little Turtles PPt. Today, Tonya Dirksen at the Keys, Strings, and Melodies blog has a turtle song and adorable post today! So, I made a PDF and Power Point to accompany her blog post and video. The books I review today are NOT needed for
Free Pattern Math PDF This post has a free patterning printable for A, B, C, D Fish Theme activities and art lesson. Pattern Fish and Pattern Bugs are both written by Trudy Harris who has such excellent pre-math stories for children to build background knowledge for future success and concepts for their math education. In these books, Trudy Harris uses
This post has a short review of One! Two! Three! by Anushka Ravishankar, Sirish Rao, and Durga Bai, It also has a free cut and paste number pages 1-10 printable. 2 free printables, please scroll down for both This seemingly simple book has many lessons tucked in the pages. On first glance, it appears to
This post describes a Small Hands Creating Hope Project for the American Cancer Society. MaryAnne from Mama Smiles will celebrate 30 years in May since she was diagnosed with pediatric cancer at 22 months of age. In honor of the occasion, MaryAnne has put together a Small Hands Creating Hope book as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
This post has two instant download freebies for Father’s Day. First, a free printable with coloring pages for Dad for Father’s Day, and a count and graph as well.
Though owls are typically solitary, the literary collective noun for a group of owls is a parliament. So, my collection of owls is a parliament! The owls below are from my darling daughter who keeps her eyes open for cute owls to give me at holidays. Obviously, some of the owls below are from Valentine’s Day. She has