Monday Made It,  Sight Words

Monday Made It-Print, Laminate, Cut

By the time you read this, I’ll be at the beach!  I’ll definitely have my share of fun in the sun and relaxing but I’m also taking a big bag of teacher stuff. Little by little I’ve been working on things for next year.  Let’s link up with 4th Grade Frolics to give you a quick look at what I’ve done.
I wanted to update my Word Wall and make new sight word cards.  The Word Wall has a Popcorn theme which I love and I thought these black & white polka dots would be a nice compliment to all the reds and yellow of the popcorn accents. These editable sight word cards are part of a huge classroom bundle of black & white themed resources created by Planet Happy Smiles.  Check it out HERE!
Printed/laminated classroom helper cards from that same wonderful black & white bundle!
Made a number puzzle set with a very cute Back to School theme!  I love these because they are bold and simple.  Great for a quick assessment those first few weeks of school to determine if your kids recognize numerals and can count sets to ten.  These are FREE from Paula Harrell’s TPT store Learn + Play = Pre K!  Click HERE to get yours and check out more great resources for preschool and kinder! 
Using the creations by Mary from Sharing Kindergarten, I made lots of fun things to use when we read the hilarious Back to School book, There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books.  You’ll find plenty of resources HERE.
Finally, I worked on several small group math activities from Kim Adsit’s “DI…It’s Easy As Pie” unit!  Click HERE to see the details of this extensive product. It requires some prep but it’s well worth it!
So that’s what I’ve been busy making! 
 Lots of printing…cutting…laminating…getting ready for next year! 
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