I have so many printables to get out to all of you. I do hope that there’s still time to use them, but then again, there’s always next year!! Anyway, I’m going to take a break away from displaying my nativities to share some printables to use at home or school to keep the kids busy!!
I’m going to start with Letter of the Week. The letter Ii still needed some Play-Doh mats. Those are now done and can be found in the Letter Ii folder. I don’t remember if I ever posted it, but the Play-Doh mats for the letter Hh are also done and can be found in the Letter Hh folder. I think that about covers all of those. Letter of the Week will resume after the holidays!!
First up are some very pretty Christmas strip puzzles. These are for counting by 1, 2, and 5. There are also 2 versions of each puzzle…..low ink and normal. You can find these (very pretty) strip puzzles that nobody has seen here.
Next up is a set of snowflake clothespin cards. The skills these cards work on are numbers, colors, and shapes. Here, you will find this set of 3 clothespin cards and all the snowflakes that come with them!!
For those of you that are fans of Caillou, or have kids that are, this is the folder for you!! It includes Caillou strip puzzles, and a set of 4-piece jigsaw puzzles. Also, you’ll find a set of memory cards that include the storage box.
I know Hanukkah has already passed, but I did make a couple things for it. There are some 2-part opposite cards using the Star of David for matching opposites. There’s also some 3-part puzzle cards featuring a menorah for shapes in everyday life. You can find both of them here.
If your kids still haven’t written their letter to Santa, you can find a Dear Santa letter that is ready to go!! All the kids need to do is fill in a couple details, along with a space for parents, siblings, or pets….and get it in the mail!!
As part of the Christmas Around the World theme that I did with my group, I made a set of label cards for “Holiday Greetings Around the World”. These cards serve 2 purposes…..label the character on the card with the flag and country/language and also label the character with their holiday greeting in their language. I really had fun making these cards. What’s your holiday greeting??
Finally up for offering today are some 12 Days of Christmas printables. Well, actually I already shared them, but I do have a new one to add. The new one is “The 12 Ordinal Days of Christmas” where the days are read and put in ordinal order. You can find this new game and the previous ones with one simple click here.
I know I have more, but I either don’t have it uploaded or have forgotten what it is!! HAHA Well, it is a busy time of the year and I’m just trying to keep my head above the commotion and the waves right now!!
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