Freebie Friday ~ Letter A Resources

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Letter A Resources
Here is the first of a new Letter Resources series. This is Part 1 of 26, Letter A Resources. Below you will find all of the resources, and some new ones, that I used with all my littlies.

Baby Animals Printable Pack {free} from 1+1+1=1
Letter A Resources
This is a Preschool Pack featuring many different FREE printables all about baby animals! You can use many of these with tots,
preschoolers and even Kindergartners!

Prek Letter A from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Letter A Resources
Welcome to the Letter A where we’ll be having fun with Ants!

Letter of the Week – Letter A from One Beautiful Home
Letter A Resources
Each packet has a total of 8 printable sheets, that not only focus on a specific letter BUT they will also introduce / work on:

A lot of Handwriting Practice
Search & Find
…and more!

Alphabet Letter of the Week A from Tweet Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter A Resources
For your letter of the week activities, Tweet Resources has created a comprehensive alphabet program that will compliment your classroom. There are more than 20 pages of printables that include fun activities such as letter crowns, letter bracelets, interactive notebook activities and foldable booklets. There are also 2 alphabet songs recorded by Tweet Resources included. This letter package is part of a series of letter packages that are available via the links below.

1. Word Wall Cards: For your letter of the week classroom display, teachers can print out these cards for student reference and writing activities.

2. Let’s Print the Letter A (1): Your students will love this printing worksheet for mastering their handwriting and once completed they can color and cut out a Letter A bracelet!

3. Let’s Color the A Words (1): Students are to find and color all the words that start with the Letter A.

4. Let’s Spin the Letter A (1): In this popular activity, students are to use a pencil and a paperclip to make a spinner and then graph uppercase and lowercase A’s.

5. Let’s Find the Letter A (1): Students will learn to discriminate between different styles of writing by following all the different styled Letter A’s in the maze with a bingo dabber.

7. Let’s Sort the Letter A (1): Students will learn to distinguish between words that start with the Letter A sound, and words that don’t, by cutting out the picture pieces and sorting them into the two categories.

8. Let’s Group the Letter A (1): Students will learn to distinguish between uppercase and lowercase A’s by sorting the two letters into two groups in this cut and paste activity.

9. Let’s Make a Letter A Crown (2): Your students will love making their own Letter A crowns in this activity.

10. Letter A Foldable Booklet (1): A mini foldable reader has been included for students to take home and share their new letter sound with their parents, family and friends.

These alphabet activities are ideal for your preschool or kindergarten class, as well as ESL and ELL students.

This resource is compatible with Common Core Standards, including:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.3a Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.1d Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter A from Happy and Blessed Home
Letter A Resources
Hi, I’m Monica, an Early Childhood Education Certified Teacher. I started out as a homeschool preschool mom, but quickly learned I have a passion for helping other moms and teachers with their preschool at home efforts. Now I teach other moms how to preschool at home through my online preschool program: Visual Montessori.

I spent over five years developing a preschool learning curriculum for my two boys and I used the principles of Montessori, and everything I learned about childhood development, to create a preschool learning curriculum based upon the 12 Sensitive Periods for children between the ages of birth and six years old as outlined in Montessori.

Tot School: Letter “A” with FREE Printables! from Izzie, Mac and Me
Letter A Resources
Letter a Flashcard
Letter a Apple Basket Sorting
Letter a Apple Tree Coloring
Apple Tree Letter a Cut and Paste
Apple Numbers 1-5
Apple Patterns
Alligator Colors (Colors)
Alligator Preposition Actvitiy

A is for Apple Themed Lesson Plans (one week) from Melissa Schaper on Teachers Pay Teachers
Letter A Resources
Exciting, engaging, easy to use lesson plans for ages 3-5. Great for preschool, in-home daycare and homeschool. Edlah lesson plans are colorful, visually simple and easy to understand. They are fun and cute with out the unnecessary fluff.

Edlah themed units are one week units that include many fun hands on theme based activities, recipes, sensory ideas, arts and crafts, fine/gross motor skill practice, journal ideas, printables (including easy reader books, word wall cards, sight word cards, and much more) and letter handwriting sheets in both block print or D’Nealian. Download the free preview for a snapshot of what you will get with this awesome set of lesson plans (click the download button below the thumbnail pictures on the right)!

Though the lesson plans are designed to build on each other through out a school year, they can be used individually or in any order.

FREE Romping & Roaring Letter A Printable Pack + 40% Off Additional Packs from 3 Dinosaurs
Letter A Resources
Color the Letter, Color the Pictures that start with that letter, 2 Color & Trace pages per each letter, Decorate Upper Case Letters, Decorate Lower Case Letters, 2 Writing Practices, Color the letters, ABC Matching the Same, Matching Upper Case Letters, Matching Upper Case Letters & Pictures, Matching Lower Case Letters, Matching Lower Case Letter & Pictures, Matching Upper Case & Lower Case, Which One is Different, Roll & Count Die, Roll & Trace, Roll & Color, Sorting: letters, pictures & words, 4 Part Puzzles, Letter Pattern Coloring, Fill in the Missing Pattern, ABC Finger Puppets, and ABC Review Game.




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Freebie Friday: Witches and Wizards Resources

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Witches and Wizards

Witches and Wizards Resources

Wizard Printable Packs from Royal Baloo
Witches and Wizards
Included in the packs:

Which is Different?, Size Sorting, Patterning Cards, Finish the Pattern, 1-10 Puzzle, Shadow Matching, 4 Piece Puzzles, Count and Clip Cards, All About 6, Roll and Graph, Sort Wizards and Wizards Tools, Follow the Numbers 1-20, Color-By-Number, Count the Animals, Tracing, Cutting Strips, Cutting Practice, Trace the Shapes, Color the Wizards Coat, Dot Markers, Color By Size, 3-part-cards, Dot Marker Letters, W is for Wizard, O is for Owl, C is for Cat, Uppercase Lowercase Letter Puzzles, Color by Letter, Wall Cards

Read and Write the Room, Circle the Beginning Sound, Word Matching, Wizard Word Search, Montessori Matching, Fill in the ABCs, Write a story, word family matching, Following Directions, Graphing, Add and Clip Cards, Subtract and Clip Cards, SuDoKu, Word problems, Fill in the Missing Numbers, Counting Backwards, How many ways can you make 10?, What Time is It?, Sort the Potions to the Correct Cauldron with Addition, Sort the Brooms to the Correct Wizard with Subtraction, Skip Counting by 10 Puzzle, How many Wizards, Number Line, Potion Fractions, Even & Odd Sorting, Measuring, Count and Write the Numbers, Ski Counting by 5 o 50, Color in your Own Pattern

Harry Potter Origami Sorting Hat: Free Printable from Get Away Today
Witches and Wizards
One of my favorite scenes from the Harry Potter books is when Harry gets sorted into his Hogwarts House by the Sorting Hat. You can feel Harry’s extreme relief when he gets placed into Gryffindor! Anything but Slytherin right?! Have you ever wondered what house you belong to? Now, you can find out with this Harry Potter Origami Sorting Hat game! Just like the real Sorting Hat, the results are never wrong. Well, almost never.

Free Printable Harry Potter Quotes from The Cottage Market
Witches and Wizards
The best thing is these are great all year round for all of you Harry Potter Fans and there are MANY of you! Each of these quotes has been designed here at The Cottage Market and we are sharing them with you!

Free Printable 2017 Watercolor Harry Potter Calendar from The Cottage Market
Witches and Wizards
I know that there are so many Harry fans out there and you are going to love this for sure! It has all your favorites from Harry, Ron, Hermine, Snape, Hagrid and more! We have the entire Calendar File for you on a Zip File and then we have individual links for each month…just click…”save as” and print off when you need them. I have a feeling that this Calendar is going to bring a smile to your face each time you check a date. So come on in and snatch up your Free Printable Harry Potter Calendar and ENJOY!

Mega Harry Potter Word Find from Deviant Art
Witches and Wizards
It’s got 180 words i think. and once you find all the words there is a hidden book quote revealed when you add together all the remaining letters.

Harry Potter Educational Decrees {free printables} from Paper Trail Design
Witches and Wizards
A year ago I co-hosted a huge Harry Potter dinner party and one of the things we used for decor were these Harry Potter Educational Decrees. I spent hours and hours searching for images of Harry Potter Proclamation printables and other Harry Potter party printables for our party decor. It took way longer than it should have to track down all of these to print. To make your party planning a little easier I created seven of these posters from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (book 5, although most of these are from the movie).

To Hogwarts We Will Go! Harry Potter Inspired Printable Treat Boxes from Little Luxuries Loft
Witches and Wizards
So I’m still waiting for my owl letter…but I’m totally packaged and ready to go to Hogwarts when it comes. You with me? awesome. In the meantime, we muggles can still make a little magic of our own, with some paper and a little imagination 🙂 These little DIY treat boxes are perfect for that Harry Potter party I know you’ve been dying to have. Or just as a sweet gift for a muggle friend in need of some cheering up. You’ll also be happy to hear I’ve designed these boxes to be super simple to assemble so there will be no need to slave away like a house elf!

Witches and Wizards Teaching Resources from Sparklebox
Witches and Wizards
This is probably my favourite site to go to for themed freebies. There are many different themed resources here. Go have a look, you won’t be disappointed.




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Freebie Friday: The Wheels on the Bus Resources

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The Wheels on the Bus

The Wheels on the Bus Resources

We all know the nursery rhyme “The Wheels on the Bus”, but did you know that there are printables to go with it? Here are a few really cute resources I have collected over the last few years.

The Wheels on the Bus action poster from Monsters Ed
The Wheels on the Bus
This is a fun little rhyme and actions poster I made for my kids. Click on the above image to download the file.

Wheels on the Bus Song Book from PreKinders
The Wheels on the Bus
This song book for Wheels on the Bus can be printed or projected as a slideshow.

Back to school printable! from The Kavanaugh Report
The Wheels on the Bus
The printable set include a maze, 3-part cards, and color matching school buses. Hope you have fun using them!

Wheels on the Bus Learning Activities from Best Toys 4 Toddlers
The Wheels on the Bus
Help my toddler to learn:
* names of the transportation devices
* where each belongs (air, ground, water)
* the difference between public and private transportation
* some basic traffic signs and importance of obeying traffic lights

Wheels on the Bus go round and round from Printables 4 Kids
The Wheels on the Bus

Wheels on the Bus Toddler Printable from Preschool Printables by Gwyn
The Wheels on the Bus
11 colour and trace
Song in BW afor child to take home for reinforcement
Number trace 1-12
Name practice sheet
2 pages of colouring and matching
Circle the smallest
2 scissor practice pages
Coloured song for Teacher
12 coloured cards for teaching

The Wheels on the Bus Free Printable Sentence Strips from A Little Pinch of Perfect
The Wheels on the Bus
This year I am trying to add a lot more singing to our school days because songs are a fun way for kids to learn and a childhood tradition I don’t want my kids to miss out on. Since the school year recently started and we are in Back to School mode we have been singing The Wheels on the Bus go Round and Round. The free printable sentence strips that we put in our Pocket Chart (affiliate link) let kids see the words as they sing so they can learn to read as they connect the words of the song with the words on the board. All you have to do is print out the sentence strips, cut them out, and you’re ready to sing in your classroom, daycare, or home.




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Freebie Friday: Robot Resources

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Robot Resources

Robot Do-a-Dot Printables from Gift of Curiosity
Robot Resources
My Robot Do-a-Dot Printables pack contains 20 pages of robot do-a-dot worksheets. As kids complete these worksheets, they will work on one-to-one correspondence, shapes, colors, patterning, letters, numbers, and counting.

FREE Robot Coloring Sheet Pages for Kids from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary
Robot Resources
My kids LOVE robots – what kid doesn’t?! I compiled a pack of 8 robot coloring pages for kids that are sure to put a smile on their face! All sorts of different robots to choose from so kids can pick their own styles! These are even great to print for birthday parties and free center time activities! Make sure you follow our link below for tons of robot-themed craft and activity ideas as well as DIY robot party decor too! Please PIN this page, share it with your friends and spread the joy of robots!

Raar, maar waar! from Kleuteridee
Robot Resources
Here are many Robot themed worksheets. My favourite is the match the shadow shown above.

Robot Money Practice from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Robot Resources
This is such a fun activity to help Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students practice counting money. This is great for math centers and some extra math practice in your homeschool.

Free Math Fun With Robots Sampler Preschool, Kindergarten, Autism from smalltowngiggles
Robot Resources
FREE: Free Math Fun With Robots Sampler
With this Sampler you will receive three (3) worksheets from my Math Fun With Robots Preschool, Kindergarten Math Center Worksheets. The Full Version Math Fun With Robots Preschool, Kindergarten Math Center Worksheets contains 29 pages.

Roll a Robot Game from The Black Dog Shoppe
Robot Resources
Use this game to introduce different shapes. Can be used in a small group or during centers as a game, or as independent partner work.

Number Knowledge Grids from Classroom Treasures
Robot Resources
Robot Addition Number Grid

FREE Robot Themed Printables and Crafts from Homeschool Giveaways and Freebies
Robot Resources
Robots are a lot of fun! I love finding educational printables for fun themes!

Flip a Robot {free printable activity book} from Gift of Curiosity
Robot Resources
This printable activity book was inspired by the animal flip books I used to enjoy when I was younger, like this dinosaur one. In my Flip a Robot version, children can mix and match the heads, bodies, and legs of several different robots, or even create their own robots to mix and match.

Robot Themed Math Activity and Free Printable for Kids from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Robot Resources
As we played we pretended our robot was broken and needed new parts and we would install the parts on our robot.

Robot Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations
Robot Resources
All of the printables that you will need to make
this preschool pack are listed here on this page.
Check out the carousel below for some great
things to use during your time playing with




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Freebie Friday Linkup: Wizard of Oz Resources

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wizard of oz

Wizard of Oz Resources

I love the Wizard of Oz, we’ve read and reviewed the book a few years ago and we have watched the classic and new movies countless times.

Wizard of Oz Read-Aloud Activities and FREE Printable from Embark on the Journey
Wizard of Oz Resources
You guys are going to love this new 60-page Wizard of Oz printable! It is chock-full of fun learning activities for kids in grades PreK-3! Inside this incredible printable pack, you will find the following activities:

Handwriting practice
Coloring pages
Venn diagrams
Writing prompts
Research or note-taking pages
and so much more!

Map of the Marvelous Land of Oz from Wendy’s Wizard of Oz
Wizard of Oz Resources

Wizard of OZ Daily Dozen PE Activities: Sample All Themes from Teachers Notebook
Wizard of Oz Resources
If you only have a__________? Limited equipment? Perhaps just a few pieces of equipment to teach Physical Education? The Daily Dozen PE Activity Sets were designed for teaching PE with a limited amount of equipment.

Enjoy the Free Sample Set of 12 Activity Cards to try out the Daily Dozen PE Activities Set.

Free- The Wizard of Oz Writing Templates and Bubble Maps from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
This little freebie contains a writing template page and bubble map for each character.

No directions are given on either page, which will allow you to use it any way needed for your classroom.

I plan to use it to allow my students to describe each character based on character traits.

Parts of Speech Wizard of Oz Themed Worksheets {Freebie} from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
FREE Wizard of Oz themed parts of speech activities

Wizard of Oz themed worksheets on nouns, verbs, adjectives will make a great addition to any parts of speech or Wizard of Oz unit.

CAFE Literacy Board Headers Wizard of Oz theme from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Are you using “The Sisters” CAFE board in your classroom? Wanna cute theme!? A love some Wicked! I do! Check out these Wizard of Oz themed CAFE headers. I use these in my classroom and the kiddos LOVE them!
This is an unofficial adaptation of the Daily 5 by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser

10 more/10 less Common Core Wizard of Oz Math from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Here is a FREE sample of my “We’re Off To See The Wizard” First Grade Common Core Math Unit. This activity is aligned with standard 1.NBT.5 10 more/10 less. I’ve included 1 more and 1 less as well.

“The Wizard of Oz: I have…Who has? game” (Adjectives) from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources

Wizard of Oz Match-Up & Creative Mobile Freebie from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
. . . OZ – just Be – COZ! . . .

2 fun Oz language arts/art activities:

* Oz Match-Up – students pair up descriptive phrases to match the Wizard, Glinda and the Wicked Witch.

* Creative Writing Oz Mobile – students write their own creative descriptions of 3 Oz characters and then create a colorful mobile.

* both activities in color and b/w
* creative center activity
* perfect for in-class display
* great segue into Oz movie discussion

Students will want to dive into the L. Frank Baum classic “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

You’re off to the ‘Merry Old Land of Oz’!

Wizard of Oz from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Begin by downloading this FREE resource from Teachers Pay Teachers. This packet contains the materials you will need to turn the weekly blog posts into a full book unit.

It includes:

•A Schedule for All Blog Posts
•Lesson Plans at a Glance
•A Vocabulary List with Words, Definitions, and Sample Sentences from the Text
•Vocabulary Bookmarks
•Word Cards with Storage Pocket
•Multiple Choice Vocabulary Test
•Instructions for Using the Constructive Response Questions as Interactive Notebook Pages

Author’s Purpose Task Cards (Wizard of Oz Themed) from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
This is a set of task cards that can be used in a variety of ways. These task cards can be used as a center, as individual practice, as an assessment or even as a whole group example in a pocket chart!

EDITABLE PDF Wizard of Oz Classroom Theme Mega Bundle FREE PREVIEW from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
This Wizard of Oz Classroom Theme Mega Pack is perfect for Primary classroom or for the homeschool classroom! It includes over 600 pages with editable pdf documents that don’t require you cut and paste or use powerpoint. Just type your text and print. That’s it!

The Giver and The Wizard of Oz Comparison from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Students can compare and contrast Lois Lowry’s “The Giver” and the classic movie “The Wizard of Oz”. Includes chart and written response questions.

Wizard Of Oz Tally Chart from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
A wonderful way to teach across the curriculum! Create a tally chart for a math lesson during your WIzard of Oz Literature Unit! 🙂 I completed this with my class WITHOUT Toto, and they were very disappointed, so I added him! He is sure to be a hit! 🙂

Wizard of Oz Verb Scoot from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Who doesn’t love the Wizard of Oz and a scoot?

This is an easy way to practice verb tense! My kids love a good scoot and so will yours! Print on bright paper at school and go!

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Wizard of Oz themed Calendar from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
This is a yearlong calendar, January through December. It is blank so that you may customize it to any year. Each month has a matching page for notes and a to do/remember list. Hope you can use this!!

Wizard of Oz writing prompt craftivity from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Use this adorable Wizard of Oz writing prompt with your students to get them thinking about what they would ask the Great Wizard of Oz for if they were to follow the yellow brick road. Students will make text connections by putting themselves into the story as well as have fun making the yellow brick road craft!

Wizard of Oz Behavior Clip Chart from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
This document can be used as a clipable behavior chart for your students in a classroom or library setting.

All students start on the green “ready to learn” graphic and can clip up for good behavior to the blue, purple or pink graphic. They can also clip down to the yellow, orange or red graphic. I’ve used various behavior charts before, and I like this type the best as students can move back up and down throughout the day/class period.

It is rainbow colored starting with:
Pink = Outstanding
Purple = Great Job
Blue = Good Day
Green = Ready to Learn
Yellow = Reminder
Orange = Teacher’s Choice
Red = Parent Contact

FREEBIE Wizard Of Oz Table Signs from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Table signs for 1-8 tables. I hope enjoy using them in your classroom!

Wizard of Oz Math from Teachers Pay Teachers
Wizard of Oz Resources
Fun addition math practice that allows students to make ten in different ways to get Dorothy to the emerald city.




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Freebie Friday Linkup: Totoro Resources

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Totoro Resources

My family adore everything Totoro. I’ve been collecting printables for quite some time. Unfortunatley, there aren’t very many, if any, Totoro educational items. Below are a few free goodies I have found.

Totoro cross stitch pattern from My Cross Stitch Patterns
Totoro Resources
Totoro cross stitch pattern 60×89 6 colors…free cross stitch pattern of My neighbor Totoro

Totoro Origami from Origami n’ Stuff 4 Kids
Totoro Resources
Origami, from the Japanese ori (to fold) and kami (paper), began in the 6th century when Buddhist monks introduced paper to Japan. The print-and-fold crafts and easy diagrams are designed to help children with fine motor skills, directions and hand eye coordination. Some basic origami folding tips:
Print and cut out patterns carefully.
Fold with clean, dry hands.
Follow the instructions. Study the diagrams and be patient.
Be precise: fold each crease well, flattening the creases by running your fingertip over the fold.
Folding the paper away from you is easier than folding towards you.
Be creative…use your origami on greeting cards, holiday decorations, table place cards and bookmarks.

Make Your Own Totoro from Biblioklept
Totoro Resources

I made all these Totoro Amigurumi toys for Pixie. She loves them…

Grey Totoro Amigurumi from Ravelry
Totoro Resources
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download.

Blue Totoro Amigurumi from Ravelry
Totoro Resources
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download.

Tiny White Totoro Amigurumi from Ravelry
Totoro Resources
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download.




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