FREE Learn the Sentence Printables- St. Patrick’s Day Edition!

I have a second grader who is learning to write complete sentences. He’s not too keen on writing. He does love Draw Write Now, so I wanted to come up with something similar. The printable is self-explanatory. Just Read, Draw, Trace, and Write the sentence. Here’s a sample of the 12 pages of the Learn a Sentence Printable Pack!      I just have my son complete one per day.  These cute FREE Learn the Sentence Printables are available to my email {Read More}

Kindergarten Color the Sight Words – Valentine’s Day Edition

My princess is having a little difficulty with her kindergarten sight words. She gets a bit frustrated, so I decided to make learning them fun for her. The girl loves to color. I give her one sight word printable page per day when she comes home from school. She reads the words out loud, and draws and colors a heart around the sight words. It’s simple, but effective for her. Take a Peek? There are a total of 4 pages. Your {Read More}

FREE Writing Prompts and Journals – Saint Valentine’s Edition

Writing can be a thorn in a reluctant’s writers side. I have had a few of my boys that just couldn’t stand to write because they had no interest in the subject. It’s important to help students find an interest in a subject to engage in creative writing. Often it’s FUN for students to write about a person of value to them or an event that they feel has made an impact. Saint Valentine is a wonderful story of a servant {Read More}

FREE Read, Count, and Color – Hot Cocoa Edition

The princess is learning to read sight words and I have always included the number words in our sight word list. She also is quite the color queen, so I decided to create her something she could read, count, and color that had a festive Winter theme. Hot Cocoa is a favorite of hers. The Hot Cocoa printable book goes up to the number ten. Simply, print the pages and staple them together to make a booklet. I had her {Read More}

FREE Count the Syllables – Winter Edition

Counting the syllables is a skill that must be learned in order to excel in spelling. Each syllable contains a vowel. Usually children master this skill before moving on to more advanced phonics or spelling lessons.   This (4) Count the Syllables printables will help your child master this skill. Even if your child can’t read, you can start teaching them gently. They will catch on in no time. Simply read the word to your child and have them write {Read More}