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Fun on the Farm

I’m so excited to share this post with you!! Its an idea I’ve had in my head for months and I am so thrilled to finally have been able to execute it!

As part of the unit we are in, we learn about where our food comes from and it gives us a chance to learn more about the habitat of the farm.

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We put on a very simple “production” for the other 4 Kindergarten classes and the Farm Backdrop and Stand-Up Cow (Maggie Moo as we call her!) all came from Oriental Trading!

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Click here to read more about our fun on the farm!!

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Stamp a Letter, Word, or Number

I just finished updating one of my very first products! I am so excited to show you the new and improved Stamp a Letter, Word, or Number pack!

Stamp a Letter, Word or Number

I updated the pack so that the letters, number, and sight words are all in one place! Each letter, number, and sight word has a circle around it so that children can focus on daubing right on top of the word as they identify them.  On the top of each page, a key tells the children what color each word should be stamped.  I use BINGO daubers, but you can also use highlighters or markers/crayons to have your students complete this activity.

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The list of sight words comes from our Journeys program, however, most of the words (99% of them) are also on the Dolch or Fry Word lists, so they are great for all learners.

This would be a great morning arrival activity, as part of a Literacy Work Station, or as part of a small reading or intervention group.

Capital and lowercase letter pages are included so you can specifically target the instruction or letter review your students need.

*Please note, I am leaving the older version of this product up, so others can continue to download it in the future*

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Another idea from Debbie Diller

Another idea that Debbie Diller shared was this one about punctuation and how to help children understand what the various marks mean. I really liked this stop light version because my children can visualize the punctuation mark and then remember the color associated with it.

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I tried this idea out today so that I could link the idea of finding commas in our big books with using commas in writing. I also like that it is a ready made anchor chart that the children can refer back to many times in the year. Now I just need more wall space to hang them all up! 🙂

Kristen 🙂

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