This packet is a fun way to reinforce colors and color words. Use the cards for Memory Match and "I Have; Who Has?" games. Students match the color word card to the matching color shoe card.
If you read the adorable book The Kissing Hand, by Aurdrey Penn, you're familiar with Chester an anxious little raccoon. Since he is such an endearing character for children, I thought I'd incorporate him into some fun hand's-on shape games and activities.
This packet will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will be included in my jumbo Kissing Hand (Raccoon-Themed) Shape Packet available in my TpT shop. Click on the link to pop on over.
This is a wonderful extension after reading The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn. The packet includes large 8x10 number cards from 0-10, with a blank one to program with higher numbers. Use these as flashcards or to play games with. There's also a 0-10 mini booklet for students to trace, write and put lipstick-ers on, to show "how many" in the group/set, along with a blank page to reinforce larger numbers. There are also trace and write worksheets for numbers 0-100.
Review a variety of standards with these cute raccoon sliders. Packet includes sliders for shapes, upper and lowercase letters, numbers to 20, plus skip counting strips for 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's. This FREEBIE is part of my jumbo Kissing Hand (Raccoon-themed) packet in my TpT shop. For your convenience, I've included a preview in this FREE packet.
This is a wonderful packet to do after you read the story If You Take A Mouse To School by Laura Numeroff.
Alfie, the alpha bird is a special 100 followers FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Click on the link to grab your copy.
This emergent reader is a wonderful booklet to do before or after your zoo field trip, as most of the letters are associated with an animal. When students get back read the booklet and discuss which animals the children saw. This FREEBIE is part of my large "Wild About The Alphabet Packet". For your convenience, I've included a preview.
If you don't have a zoo near you, or there's no budget or time for your kiddos to visit a real zoo, why not take them on a virtual fieldtrip? I researched zoo websites to find the best virtual experience for your students and listed 8 of my favorites. All of them are kid-friendly, many have live animal cams, videos, and games. All of them contain a plethora of pictures and information suitable for animal reports.