I love morning messages! They are easy to do and a great way to start off the day! You can also review lots of skills very quickly and they are engaging for students. Morning messages I have used when I taught Kindergarten and even now in ECSE.

Here are some of the skills you can practice:

Days of the week, counting money, writing a letter,

weather, rhyming words,

ABC order and identification,

counting and getting to know you activities for your kids. 

You can also practice beginning sounds, 

discuss feelings and why you feel that way, 

counting out items, identifying colors,

creating patterns, identifying patterns,

and share who is the special helper and something special about them. 

You can also have students try to figure out what is in the pocket based off clues given. 

You can also work on sight words, punctuation, and letter identification.

They are a great way to start off the morning and you can get the kids involved in it all by giving them clipboards and paper or dry erase board and markers and have students write the missing letters or sight words, or items missing in the message. 

You can find all of these activities in one Mega Bundle here for 1/2 off for the weekend or separate ones here.

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I have been trying to update some of my activities and my Outer Space Activities definitely needed a face lift. Here are some of the activities included:

Planet Colors emergent reader.

Day and Night reader (explains how it works).

Roll, count, and color. 

If I were an astronaut writing...

Sorting day vs. night

Ordering the planets from largest to smallest.

Write the Room.

Flip It, Say It, Stamp It

Count the ten frame, match the number and then record it. 

Planet Readers. 

Measuring Planets. 

Counting Syllables.

Check out the Outer Space Literacy and Math Activities here. They are 1/2 off for the next 24 hours!

My kiddos love sensory bins and I am always looking for some new activities to do with them.
Here are some fun spring sensory bin activities

ABC sensory bin activities. Upper and lower case letters are included. There are blank recording sheets and traceable letters. There is also a beginning sound option. 

If you have some kiddos starting to learn cvc words there are two options of cards here too. Ones that have the words for students to write out and ones that just have the picture for students to spell. 

There are also a few math activities for numbers 1-20. 
Add it up. Students draw a card and add it to the number that is in the sun.

Also, printing or tracing numbers 1-12 or 1-20. 

Find all these activities here!

Spring Sensory Bin for Pre-K and Kindergarten

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