Saturday, January 12, 2019

Winter Learning Activities for K/1 Kids...


Whether you are looking for Winter, Chinese New Year, Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day, 100th Day,  or St. Patrick's Day, I might have just what you need!

Here is a video preview 



You can check out my Winter Ideas on Pinterest here:


https://www.pinterest.com/lindapost123/winter-activities-decemberjanuaryfebruary/


Click below to view the video preview of my Winter Activities for K/1!


Here are a few Winter craft and snack ideas:






Here is a Math Resource to help with skip counting...





A resource to help with practicing addition facts...




This is a set of readers for Science in K/1...




This resource helps younger learners with DIBELS onset rime blending…





 It is a 32 page file with 39 poems, songs and finger plays.  Just print out the ones you like best!  




I also have posted my newest set of readers: 3 Reading Levels - Emergent & Harder -
4 Versions of Each - Full Color, Black and White for Students to Color, Text Only for Students to Illustrate and Demonstrate Their Comprehensions Skills, and some "Write Your Own" Versions.








Sunday, November 25, 2018

GIVEAWAY, CyberSale, Gingerbread FREEBIE & Christmas Ideas for Primary...

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First of all, I would LOVE to give you this $4.00 Balanced Literacy PowerPoint, FREE of charge.  Just click the link below to sign up for my newsletter, and you will receive the PowerPoint free via an email from me.





Here are some ideas for the Holidays!



I have started a YouTube Channel that can be found here:  https://www.youtube.com/user/lindapost123

Here is a VIDEO PREVIEW of my 
Christmas Activities Bundle for Primary:

                              












Gingerbread FREEBIE










Here is a set of editable Holiday Gift Tag Labels!









Visit my Winter Holidays Pinterest Board for more ideas:

Do your write thank you notes after the Holidays?




















Check out other Winter Resources in my Custom Folder on TpT:


Happy Holidays!

Linda Post:  The Teacher's Post