AN Word Family Beginning Sound and Matching Worksheets

Word family work continues to be a part of our homeschool Kindergarten and we have new _an word family printables for you! 

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Worksheets can be used in many alternative ways, other than the obvious intention.  These 2 worksheets can easily be used with a pencil {the obvious way}. On the first sheet, the child can write in the missing beginning sound and trace the remaining letters.  As you can see below, Ladybug likes to use our Perler Bead letters to work on the beginning sound work!

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In the worksheet below, you can simply draw lines to match, which is what she usually prefers. Another fun idea is to use Wiki Stix to be your lines!

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Variety makes repetitive tasks more fun and interesting for young kids.  If something gets boring, try a new angle or spin on the same work!

Grab your free copy of the_an Worksheets here!

While there you’ll get a peek at the full _an word family printable set.  Many FREE individual files will be coming soon, the full set is available in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop if you want it now! 

 

Looking for Word Family fun?  Check out our new Word Family Pinterest board!

Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Word Family Fun on Pinterest.

 

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Tot School Gathering Place ~ Week 116

Welcome to Tot School™ Gathering Place! Gather together here, gather ideas from other blogs, share your own ideas on your own blog. Browse around at the other posts linked up, leave a few comments if you have time, and be sure to check back to see if your blog was featured!

Each week we will feature photo{s} and ideas from blogs who link up. Remember, provide a link back to Tot School Gathering Place within your post that you link up, so you can be considered for the feature!

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A change has crept upon the land

the warming touch of nature’s hand,

the bleakness slowly ebbs away

and spring time lengthens out the day.

(Once Again by Cheryl Sandberg)

The days are getting longer and the air is getting warmer! Spring is on its way! The season of mud and puddle jumping is upon us! Are your Tots exploring the new life all around? My kids never tire of seeing the birds coming back to the area and the new flowers popping up around the yard! Be sure to link up all your adventures to the Gathering Place for us to see and share!

What Tot doesn’t enjoy painting? Take a look at Mama Carol’s post at My Bored Toddler to see several different ways to paint without a paint brush!

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Looking for a sweet gift for the grandparents this Easter? Check out Mama Meghan’s idea over at Playground Parkbench for a creative idea that your Tot will love!

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Are you in need of a new base for your spring sensory bins? Head on over to For This Season to see what Mama Becky cooked up this week!

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Were you featured? You are welcome to a button but you certainly don’t have to use it! Totally optional! Tot School Feature

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Do you have your FREE

Where to Begin with Tot School eBook?

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See the Tot School webpage here!

Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board Tot School Ideas on Pinterest.


Years later, this is still our play dough toy storage method!

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Are you NEW or have never been featured? Read this! Basics: write a specific post about what you did with your tot, link up the permalink from your post, link back to Tot School within that post, put your tot’s age in months in ( ) like this: (43 months).

We would LOVE to feature you, but only feature those posts with a link back to us within the post they link up! Read all of the details about our linky here!