Preschool Printables ~ Name Stamping

Name Stamping Printable



I made Krash and Ladybug a new name stamping worksheet, and decided to make a blank download for those of you who would like it!  I included blank lines at the top and bottom and stamping boxes to use like this…

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I included blank sheets for names containing 2-9 letters.  If your child’s name has 10 or more I am sorry-I couldn’t make it fit with this format!

Ladybug is just using the stamps to become familiar with her name.

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Krash is using this to fine tune the handwriting of his name {I used a dot font for both his first and last names} and also to learn to write/spell his last name.  He actually has a custom sheet which includes his first and last name together.IMG_5509

If you want to try to make your own, I got the handwriting fonts from Fonts4Teachers, and I used the table tool {I used PowerPoint to make these} to make the boxes-it’s very simple!

We own these stamp sets…

 

So far we don’t really have a major preference.  The M&D comes with both upper and lower-and an ink pad. The see-through stamps are a bit more expensive but very cool.  I prefer the little storage box of the see through version, but love that the M&D come with both upper and lower and ink!

You can download the blank Name Stamping sheets here on my Preschool Printables webpage!

Pretty Bugs and Creatures Preschool Pack ~ Free Printables

I had fun making this preschool pack using the adorable girly bugs and flowers from Stockberry Studio. I had to rename it because a snail is included!  I know a snail is not a bug, but he was cute so I didn’t want to leave him out!  So I changed the name to honor his inclusion.

Here’s a glimpse of what is included {all free} in this Pretty Bugs & Creatures Preschool Pack

Pretty Bugs Printable Pack

 

Focus Skills

  • Letter Bb
  • Find the Difference
  • Graphing
  • Patterning
  • Sorting
  • Colors
  • Positional Words
  • Shapes
  • Counting 1-20
  • Upper/Lower Case ABCs
  • Song
  • Bible Verse
  • Labeling
  • Tracing

You can download the entire

Pretty Bugs & Creatures Preschool Pack here on my website for FREE!

Enjoy!

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Tot School ~ Princess Theme

Princess Theme Tot School



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We took a week off of our Tot School Printable units, and did a week of princess fun! Honestly it was mostly out of laziness on my part-K’s birthday party wore me out last week and I wasn’t up for an intense school week.

Our princess week was low-key and Ladybug did NOT prefer this. She is a bit of a school addict. She actually stands at her table highchair and screams to do school. It’s quite amusing…until the screaming doesn’t end.

She colored her entire Princess Coloring book in one sitting! We also read it several times throughout the week-she loved it!

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We mostly worked with her shape and color cards on the cookie sheetIMG_4831

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She also used the cookie sheet for her dot paint sheets, before she painted or colored them!IMG_5193

She did a lot of dot painting again,I was smart and printed off several copies of each page before the week began {and I still had to print more to keep her happy}.IMG_4852

She colored TONS, I mean TONS. Krash had a Dragon/Knight week and she jumped in on his stuff too. Here she was coloring “Hipuck” as she calls him…IMG_4766

Castle coloring {this is from the Knight Preschool Pack}IMG_5006

Here is her completed Princess Tot BookIMG_5186I created a pocket on the back to keep her worksheets in. She did MANY, and I just folded them up and slid them in the back!

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I prepared 3 trays for her this week, the first was bead sorting. I got those cute plastic cups from Ikea and put matching beads in the little white bowl and she sorted the beads. In the beginning she used her fingers, later in the week we added a spoon-but she needed tons of help, so we went back to just fingers!IMG_4785

*note-when using small items that are choking hazards, you must be engaged with your tot the entire time.

For this tray I used 4 star wands {got these at Target in the Bday aisle} and flipped them upside down and poked them through a styrofoam circle {from a craft store} as a base. I gave her an assortment of colored beads to work with, she LOVED this! IMG_4815

Sorting tiny beadsIMG_4894

Then we also put those beads into one of the cups…IMG_4909

We also added in a parmesan cheese container later in the week…IMG_4915

 

 

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Moving Mancala marbles back and forth…IMG_4855

Playing with the squares from Qwirkle

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She is now an official runner and very proud of her skills!!

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They were coloring their castles together, I love how he was checking hers out!IMG_4935

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More Tot School Links…

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Please put your tot’s age (in months) after it, like this: 1+1+1=1 (41 mos)

Princess Tot Book ~ Free Printables!

Princess Tot Pack



As you probably know, I already created a Princess Preschool Pack.  Well, it is a bit too advanced for Ladybug and she needed something to go alongside of Krash’s Knight Preschool Pack, so I made her a Princess Tot Book!  She LOVED it!  I will be sharing more photos of it in action tomorrow in my Tot School post!

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Focus Skills

  • Counting 1-5
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Name ID

You can download the entire

Princess Tot Book here on my website for FREE!

Enjoy!

See more Preschool Packs and Tot Books/Packs here…

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You Can Read Lesson Plans

You Can Read Lesson Plans



I have been using special lesson plans just for our You Can Read work and finally got the file ready to share!  The first page is the general plan we are using, so you can see how I am spreading ours out.  The empty spaces are for Word Play ideas I fill in each week.Slide1

I also included a blank page for you to write your own plans in if you’d like to plan out your week this way!

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Many units are taking Krash 2 weeks, so we don’t always finish my plan and will just repeat the activities the following week if we are using the same words.  The 2nd week is filled with much more word play also.

The lesson plan files are in the ad-free/bonus section of You Can Read, or you can download a copy right here!

You Can Read Sight Word Printables