Use these dragon alphabet cards to help celebrate Chinese New Year. They are great as a bulletin board boarder, for independent centers, puzzles, and games. Includes a blank set, so you can program with whatever, as well as a 3-page tip list of what to do with the cards.
Print; laminate and trim. Use them as independent centers, a border for your MLK Day activities, and games. Make extra sets and cut them apart to make puzzles for even more centers and games.
Students choose either a mitten or snowman pattern; trace it onto a wordy section of the newspaper, and trim. Children guess-timate how many S's or Mm's they will find and write that information on the matching recording sheet. Students circle the letters and count them as they go and then fill in the rest of their recording sheet.
Your students will enjoy making these snowmen with a moveable carrot nose. Choose whatever standard you want your kiddo's to work on: upper and lowercase letter identification, counting by 1's, skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's or 10's, or use on your December or January calendar to countdown the days. These are a great way to whole-group assess as well. Students could also partner up and quiz each other.
Make these into puzzles for independent centers that will help students count to 100 or review upper and lowercase letters. If you celebrate 100 Day in January, this would be a fun cut & glue activity. Run the tree-box grid off on blue construction paper. Students first cut and then glue the green number-tiles in the correct order. For that extra bit of pizzazz, have children dot on "snowflakes" using a Q-tip.
Review upper and lowercase letters + numbers with these cute mini penguin cards. They are just the right size for little ones to sort, pattern, count create equations and sequence with.
Help reinforce upper and lowercase letters + numbers from 1-20 (teens are sometimes toughies for little ones) with an "I Spy" game.
Review upper and lowercase letters, numbers to 20, + number words, in this cute packet. Includes several games and an adorable keepsake bookmark "craftivity."
Students can practice name recognition or spell "Winter" "Welcome" "Love" "Joy" "Peace" or whatever. If you'd like to keep things short for PK's, have them just do their initial. These make a sweet hallway display. Caption: My Kinders Are "Snow" Special" and later taken home to put on the door of their room.
Reinforce a variety of standards, with these snowman puzzles that cover upper and lowercase letters, counting forwards and backwards + skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's. Make a set to use as puzzles for an independent center, by printing, laminating and trimming the pieces. Also print and laminate the blank grid. Students use it to place the puzzle pieces on top.