Celebration Sale!

I'm sure you have heard the news but if you haven't let me be the first to tell you...Teachers Pay Teachers is celebrating reaching 100,000 fans on their Facebook page by throwing a sale! A bunch of my friends and I are throwing sales to save you even more. My entire store is 20% off and you can use the code FB100K to save 10% so that's a total of 28% off! 

I've recently added a few things to my shop I'd love to share with you! You can click the pictures to check them out :) 



These Alphabet Easy Readers are perfect for reinforcing concepts of print, letters, sounds, letter-sound correspondence, and 1:1 tracking. You can grab the entire unit for only $5.20.
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Here's a picture of the Letter Mm book in action a few weeks ago.


Check out some feedback on this item! 

"Love these!! Great practice for beginning letter sounds! Cute pictures! Kiddos are always asking why can't we color the pictures, why do we have to take it home to color?"

"Great for those kiddos struggling with letters and letter sounds. Very simple for the kids."




They have become my recent bestselling item! We make a new necklace each week as we learn a new letter and sound. The necklaces support letter recognition, sound and word production.

Check out some feedback I've received about these:

"My Pre-K students love these necklaces. My students put them together on Monday and wear them all week which allows us to teach beginning sounds, syllables and focus on one letter/sound."

"Love these! My Pre-K kiddos will love going home every week with a new letter necklace to share!"




These phonemic awareness practice sheets help develop those crucial phonemic awareness skills in my little scholars. We focus on one sound each week and the students complete one page as part of their centers work. True to phonemic awareness form these pages do not contain letters as the focus is listening to the initial sounds in the word. 

Check out some feedback I've received about the Beginning Sound Practice unit:

"This is great for Kindergarten. The pictures are easy to understand. My kiddos think its a game to figure out which one does not belong."

"We did our first letter (M) on Monday. This is great for the first day of the week - focuses solely on phonemic awareness. Once we get more into the swing of things the kids will be able to do these independently at a station."

Be sure to stop by my shop because I have lots of freebies available as well! Happy shopping! :) 


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Letter Rr and Spiders...Chock Full of Freebies!

Before a new week starts I want to share what we worked on last week! Last week we learned all about the Letter Rr. I introduced the /r/ sound by using beginning sound pictures and placing them on our beginning sound wall (it will be converted to a word wall later on in the year).

We also sorted pictures with the /m/ sound (Mm was the letter last week) and /r/ sound.


During centers my students built letters using this fabulous resource from Confessions of a Homeschooler.  


They listened to my All About the Alphabet: Letter Rr Interactive Listening Center. 
Last week was the first week I had used this interactive listening center. All but one of my 4 year old pre-k students mastered the Letter Rr on Friday--including identification, letter name, letter sound, identification of uppercase and lowercase, and word production! I haven't uploaded the Letter Rr set to TpT yet but Letter Ss (our letter this week) is ready to go! You can check it out [here] or by clicking the picture below. 



We also began our Spiders Unit last week! We read The Very Busy Spider and used these stick puppets to act out the story. I placed the stick puppets in a center and y'all should have heard my little scholars retelling the story...precious! You can grab the stick puppets for free [here].


We were focusing on the number 6 last week so we practiced counting and numeral recognition with this I See Spiders emergent reader. We used a stamp pad and our fingers to create the correct number of spiders on each page. Our book only had numbers 1-6 but I've included a page that has a blank so you can write in any number you choose! You can find the free I See Spiders book [here] or by clicking the picture below. 



We're finishing up our Spiders Unit this week and I'll be back to post more pictures! 


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