• Christmas coloring pages

    Christmas Coloring Freebie

    I’m working on a little something new, and while that won’t be ready until after the new year, I did want to share a little sample with you! Here’s my latest freebie, just in time for Christmas. Please enjoy these holiday coloring pages, made using my very own clipart. Go download your set here (scroll all of the way down and click on the coloring page image)! If you’re interested in the coordinating clipart please explore my Christmas Bright clipart bundle, and my Peppermint Wonderland clipart bundle.

  • Activities to do with yarn – math

    If there is one thing that is universal for every single preschool program it’s that you never seem to have enough materials for all of the activities that you want to do with the children. Over the years I’ve gotten pretty good at creating fun experiences with very few supplies.  I thought it would be fun to focus on one simple supply and share a ton of easy activities that you can do to meet different learning domains. This week is going to be all about things you can do with yarn. When it comes to math, the simplest activities often make the biggest impact. There are so many ways…

  • Friday Freebie – Printable Paint Chips

    Happy Friday! I went way back today to pull out a freebie that I haven’t featured in a very long time. This Printable Paint Chips set includes 33 different paint chips that you can print right from your computer – yes, I know that it’s probably more cost effective to go pick up the free paint chips from the store than it is to print your own BUT every time that I needed paint chips I didn’t have time to run to the store – I needed them now! So I made some that I could print in a pinch. The possibilities are endless with these, you could match color…

  • New Math Centers!

    You know when you’re really excited about something and you just can’t wait to share?! That’s me right now! I bought this adorable coffee cup clipart months ago, but it was kind of just sitting there on my computer collecting dust because I couldn’t figure out what to do with it.  Then it hit me – math centers of course. I am so in love with how these turned out and I just had to share them with you! There are three centers; colors, numbers, and shapes. The color set is simple color matching, but also includes the color words so that you can encourage vocabulary word recognition. It includes…

  • Friday Freebie – Color Words

    Happy Friday! I love typing those words, because I love it when Friday finally gets here, and because I love sharing freebies with you! Since this week has been all about crayons, I thought I would share one of my favorite freebies that you can use your crayons with.  These color word practice sheets are easy for little ones to complete independently, and they promote color recognition and color word practice.  Go download your set and enjoy using them with your class!