Students will match the wheels to the bus. You can find this freebie here. 



My kiddos love singing the Color Song. Here is a book that coordinates with it. 




Also, you can create a Preschool Memory Book. You can add your own photos of the students or have the students illustrate it monthly. You can find that here.




Lastly, this year I am going to be giving my students silly straw balloons for their birthdays. You can grab them here. 









Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great start to the school year!








Here are some low prep and fun activities to try with your kiddos!


Hole Punch Numbers 1-10.

You can grab this freebie here. 

If you use handwriting without tears you can cut different types of fabric and have students "sand" the lines and curves and letters. 


Students can bead the stem of the flower and work on counting. 


Cut up pipe cleaners and then have students use tongs to put the sprinkles on the donut. 


Pick a number and add that many rays to the sun.


Feed the bird 'worms' with tongs.


You can find these by clicking the picture below or click here. 


Another fun idea I got from Ashley at Just Reed and Play was opening and closing curlers. save the picture below and put on a tray. Divide the tray in half with painter's tape (easy to remove). Students open and close the curlers (bought from the Dollar Tree. 



Last, but not least these fun lock and key shape matching activity. This idea and the freebie came from Jamie at Play to Learn Preschool. 








You can find these freebies here

Thanks for stopping by!




Every year I reflect on what I can do differently. I am fortunate enough to know most of my pm students and can figure out what will work and not work well for them. The morning class I have to wait but based on the previous year I make notes in my lesson plans as to what worked and what didn't. 

Changes for Next Year:
1. Instead of letter of the week in alphabetical order we are going to be doing a mystery letter and it will be in the order of handwriting without tears.
2. Sending home mystery bucket and number bucket.
3. Writing is going to be more of a fine motor time to build my student's hand strength for writing, but once a week we will do writing.
4. Starting class books and then sending them in a book bag program to share with parents. 
The book bag note and idea came from Kimberly at Live, Laugh, Love Kindergarten. You can read more about it here.
5. Communication pages (friends played with, toys played with, book read, and if we played outside or in the sensory room). 


As these items are created I will make sure to share them with you this summer! 
Do you reflect on your previous year? If so, what changes do you plan on making?!



This month we will be learning about the ocean, beach, pirates, and ice cream!

You can find these ocean activities here.


Here are some ocean freebies you can grab too!





Here are some pirate activities.



Looking for more pirate activities?! Check out this post from last year!


Here are some fun ice cream activities.


Here are some more fun freebies.





You can find more ice cream activities here.


Thanks for stopping by!

For the month of May we will be learning about pond animals, zoo animals, and bugs.
On the Pond Activities
You can find these activities here.
You can see more bug activities here.
Going Buggy for Bugs! Pre-K and Kindergarten Math and Literacy Activities
You can find these activities here.

Last, but not least we will be learning all about zoo animals!
You can find these activities here.
Here are some fun freebies! 

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