Fun Transitional K ABC Art!

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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Now that I’m home from I teach K, I finally have a little time to look over (again) all my daughters fun activities from her “TK” year. I met so many teachers in Las Vegas who will be teaching TK for the first time! I thought it would be great to share this project. They worked on it all year. My daughter had an amazing teacherTebby Harrington of Kinderguppycreations who was always doing great projects! I do a ABC Art Book also,  and this is how the “Kinder Guppies” did it.

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The book is made of full sheets of construction paper.

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I love the cupcake hood for her jacket with her photo and this fire truck is sooo darling!

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Check out the cute otter with fur on his belly and a seashell!

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The X-ray is done with bleach on a q-tip and then the children draw on black construction paper!Slide13

We read this book over and over! Such a wonderful keepsake.

Blogger Meet Up I Teach K!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

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My long time special friends Kim Adsit of Kindergals, Shari Sloane of Kids count 1234 and Deanna Jump Mrs. Jumps Class invited me to my first big blogger meet up! We had so much fun!Thank you TPT and SDE for sponsoring this fun event!Slide3

 I met these sweet and talented girls the first hour at the hotel! They took a new picture of me, set up my pages on face book, told me how to post! I guess an “old dog” can learn a few tricks!!! Natalie and Rachelle from What the Teacher Wants, Cheryl from primary graffiti and  Erica Bohrers First Grade and not Pictured Deedee Willis Mrs. Wills Kindergarten. THANK YOU for all your help, advice and sharing my blog!

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I have to send more hugs and thanks to  Kathleen from Growing Kinders  for all my facebook and blogging help!!! Thank you Natalie from Mrs. Albaneses Classroom for making my darling name tag!Slide4

Freebies From I Teach K!

Friday, July 19, 2013

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 When you click on this link…I Teach K Freebie! I’d LOVE it if you would also follow me on TPT! That way you are first to see any new products and freebies I place in my store. This large freebie will only be posted for a limited amount of time so be sure to download it quickly.

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Monsters Making 5’s! Addition fluency to 5 is in the Common Core . Here is a fun way to practice included on the freebie link.

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I found this fun clear monster cup in the Target dollar bins. Perfect for my

“MONSTER SHAKE IT UP!

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Let’s count backwards with my “Rocket Countdown!” The handy little coupon pack works great for storing your rocket cards and are also in the Target dollar bins!. Add Velcro to the labels so you can switch out your cards and use the holders for other activities given on the link above.

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This fun little mini book is great to add with my

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Have some “sweet fun” graphing the candies in the candy jar. Then circle the item that has the most and underline the one that has the least.

Let’s Dive in with an Oceans of Fun Sale!

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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Oceans of Fun On TPT

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This book is full of fun Ocean ideas like the ones I have pictured here and much more!

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Do You Have my Gold? I took a picture of each child in a pirate costume for the cover.

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Yummy lobster interactive writing!

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The diver body pattern is not included but the scuba mask is. The head is a painted paper plate, the body is a rounded rectangle and the legs and arms are rounded rectangles!

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Pirate Stew is good for you!

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These cute little guys have addition facts inside. They are a paper plate painted and folded in half.

Follow Me and a Little Freebie!

Friday, July 5, 2013

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Follow me on Bloglovin!

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I have only been out of school 3 weeks and my mind is already on the first week back! I made these fun table and pocket chart signs for my jungle/beach theme. The big ones I print two of each and then glue them front and back to a piece of construction paper. Then I laminate and hang above my table centers. The small ones go in the pocket chart. I’m also working on a school themed set. I’ll post as soon as they are finished! Time to spend some quality time with my sweet little girl to the pool!!

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Literacy center pocket chart and table signs