Who’s on the countdown for SUMMER?!? I cannot believe it is already May!
I have been MIA on sharing Weekly Recaps since Spring Break. Gasp! I guess having Spring Fever got the best of me! Anyone else?! I’m starting it back up today…and I have a freebie for you, too.
I absolutely love this bulletin board at my daughter’s school. I had to snap a picture to share with you all. What a wonderful reminder for kiddos! You can find all the words and letters to create this at Activity After Math’s blog, here. So precious!
Speaking of precious. Y’all! This chalkboard from Hobby Lobby stopped me right in my tracks. This would be perfect hanging on the wall in a word work station…quote of the day…handwriting practice….so many possibilities! They are currently 50% so I snagged one for my littlest. If they aren’t on sale in your area, you can use the Hobby Lobby app to get 40% off! Sidenote: I have not been able to find it online – I have only seen it in store.
If you’re wanting to go for the “farmhouse” classroom, I have 2 older posts where I shared how I did mine and how I DIY’d The Dollar Store plastic bins to save some $$! I hope these are helpful to you!
DIY Dollar Tree Metal Locker Bins
If you’ve been here since January, you may have seen the monthly themed preschool, pre-k and kindergarten centers that Kaitlyn from The Stay at Home Teacher and I have been creating. We have both been using these with our own babies and they are loving them. You can find all the Summer ones here.
These letter puzzles are self-correcting and FREE! If you don’t teach preschool/prek/kinder, pass these on over to your friend that does!
Have you used Puzzle Mats, yet?
You can read all about them HERE.
Here’s a list of available Puzzle Mats. I use the easier ones (letter ID, simple subtizing, counting, etc) with my 4 year old son and he loves them. They are self-correcting, too!
I shared this Phonics Friends on Instagram. Baker Sweets! She helps teach all the S Blends. What I love about Phonics Friends is that they reach visual, kinesthetic, and auditory learners. You can see all the Phonics Friends here and read what they are here.
And last but not least, here’s a quick and simple end of year memory book. I just can’t with how cute these are! You can take a look at them here.
As always, I hope you find something helpful and useful here.
Have a happy weekend!