NOV
17
2014

Teeny Tot Tuesday: Kindergarten!

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I know, I know, she’s not exactly a Teeny Tot anymore! And she’s been begging me to change her blog name for awhile now, but she’s come up with some seriously crazy names and I just don’t want to commit to those yet, so for now… It’s time for another Teeny Tot Tuesday post! Except that she’s not so teeny. And she’s not really a tot. And she’s in kindergarten now, which I’m in denial over. Sigh. Moving on…You can see her full curriculum in our curriculum post for this year, but she’s also doing some of my k4 work that she didn’t finish from last year as well. Number Writing: She completed the 1-20 handwriting worksheets last year, so I moved her on to the K4 Number Writing Worksheets this year. These are great because not only does she have practice writing the numeral, but she is also learning how to write the number word, as well as recognize the number by finding it in a grid of numbers at the bottom of the page.   Letter Hunt Worksheets: Here she’s working on my … [Read more...]

OCT
19
2014

Kindergarten Cursive Bible Verse Handwriting

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After publishing my Kindergarten Bible Verse Handwriting Worksheets, I had several requests for Cursive Bible Verse worksheets, so that’s what I have for you today! many of you know already, there is a weekly bible memory verse in the K4 Kindergarten curriculum, and so I’ve also added in some fun handwriting practice which will also aid in your memory verses for the week!     What is included? There are 42 memory verses in this download to go along with my K4 Kindergarten curriculum. Each one includes the scripture reference, printed verse, and a traceable version of the verse for students. Not only will you be working on handwriting skills, but also getting the Word of God into their hearts as well!   –> DOWNLOAD the Kindergarten Memory Verse Cursive Handwriting Worksheets! <– Note: If you’ve purchased the K4 Curriculum, it comes with the manuscript version of these worksheets. If you prefer to use the cursive version you’ll want to download the … [Read more...]

OCT
07
2014

What’s in the Workbox Wednesday: Kindergarten

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Hi everyone! I hope you’re enjoying my What’s in the Workbox Wednesday series. Today we’re taking a peek into the Teeny Tot’s kindergarten workboxes. Right now it takes her about 2 hours to complete her work each day. Some days take a little bit longer because she sits in with us for Science and history. And no, I don’t make her do any written work or tests for those, she just listens in and does crafts with us whenever possible.   Drawer #1: Supplies, Daily Schedule, & Bible 1) Like everyone else, her top drawer houses our expandable drawer organizer and it holds all of the pencils, glue, erasers, scissors, and things she uses on a daily basis. It hangs on the drawer sides, so it can slide back and forth out of the way which is a nice feature. It also expands/contracts to fit most drawer sizes. 2) This drawer also holds our Picture Smart Bible student notebook, which is going great so far. This curriculum is great for elementary aged students. but we do this … [Read more...]

OCT
05
2014

Kindergarten Daily Learning Notebook

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Good morning everyone! I created a new Kindergarten Daily Learning Notebook specifically designed with kindies in mind! As the Teeny Tot has been progressing through our year, I’m finding the Preschool Daily Learning Notebook was too easy, but some of the things in the Elementary Daily Learning Notebook were too hard. I also had a few extra things that I wanted her to work on each day like numbers and letters. So I created a Kindergarten Daily Learning Notebook for her and any of you who might be interested as well!       So what is included in the daily learning notebook? Days of the Week Months of the Year Numbers Letters Weather Graphing Handwriting Practice Weekday Sheets: Each day students will fill out the appropriate sheet for the current day. They will locate today’s number date in the circles provided, and write the number for today in the green box, the number that comes before it in the yellow box, and the number that comes … [Read more...]

JUL
30
2014

Kindergarten Dot-to-Dot Worksheets

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Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a wonderful day! Today I have some fun Kindergarten Dot-to-dot worksheets to share with you all! They of course go with my k4 Kindergarten curriculum, and if you’ve purchased the curriculum anytime AFTER 7/20/14 this file is included in your download! If you purchased prior to that date, or just want to add it to whatever you’re using currently, download it here for free and add it into your daily lessons!   Each kindergarten dot-to-dot worksheet goes along with a letter theme from my Letter of the Week program, but it’s made a little more challenging for those awesome kindergarteners out there.   Number Practice: The dot-to-dot worksheets help teach students number recognition, counting, and number order. While at the same time correlating with a letter from the alphabet so you’re working on several skills at once.   Phonics Practice: As your student completes the dot-to-dot they can then color in the image if they like, and … [Read more...]

JUN
24
2014

Kindergarten Bible Verse Handwriting Worksheets

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Good day readers! Looking for some bible verse kindergarten handwriting worksheets? Look no further! Today I have a new addition to my K4 Kindergarten curriculum. As many of you know already, there is a weekly bible memory verse in the K4 Kindergarten curriculum. And I thought it would be a nice addition for students to practice handwriting while helping them remember their verse at the same time! So I’ve created these bible memory handwriting worksheets to go along with the curriculum!   What is included? There are 42 memory verses in this download to go along with my K4 Kindergarten curriculum. Each one includes the scripture reference, printed verse, and a traceable version of the verse for students. Not only will you be working on handwriting skills, but also getting the Word of God into their hearts as well!     --> DOWNLOAD the Kindergarten Memory Verse Handwriting Worksheets! <--   Note: If you’ve purchased the K4 Curriculum prior to … [Read more...]

JUN
17
2014

K4 Kindergarten Activities

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Hi all! Looking for some kindergarten worksheets and activities for your 4-5 year old? Look no further! The Teeny Tot is well into our K4 Kindergarten curriculum and I wanted to share some of her day with you all!   Right now she does a mix of activities to work on a variety of skills each day. Everything you’ll see in this post comes with my K4 Kindergarten curriculum unless otherwise indicated. I also have a bunch of freebies on my Kindergarten Worksheets page too!   Beginning Sounds: In this activity she is working on her beginning sounds and lowercase letters. The curriculum comes with both upper and lowercase worksheets for her to practice. She says the sound that the letter on each line makes, then circles the pictures that also begin with that same letter sound.   Shapes: She’s also building a shapes booklet where she displays all of her shapes and traces over the written version of each shape as well. Sometimes she decorates them with crayon, marker, … [Read more...]

MAY
27
2014

K4 Kindergarten Activities

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Good morning everyone! I thought I’d share some more of what the Teeny Tot (yes, we’re looking for a new name for her) has been doing this week! She’s finally in my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum now and doing well. Here’s a little glimpse into what she’s working on these days. Missing Numbers: This kindergarten math worksheet is a great way to help with number recognition, counting skills, and number order. The worksheet comes with missing numbers  and number tiles. She’s cut the number tiles and glued them to the appropriate apple to complete the numerical sequence.   Uppercase Beginning Sounds: Here she’s working with beginning sounds. So we sound out the letter to the left of each column. Then we say the name of each of the items in that row. She then circles the one that begins with the same sound as the letter shown. This might take your student a little bit of time to get, but just stick with it and help them sound out each one putting emphasis on the beginning … [Read more...]

MAY
20
2014

Preschool and Kindergarten Activities!

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Good morning readers! I thought I’d do another update for our prek/kindergarten activities today! We’re still plugging along with our combined preschool and kindergarten activities for my 5 year old and she’s doing great. She’s reviewing the Letter F and has a few added kindergarten level activities to help challenge her and get her ready for full kindergarten in August. Scissor Skills: She loves to cut and it’s great exercise for those fine-motor skills too! Here she’s carefully cutting along the dotted lines on my Letter F for Fish Scissor Skills worksheet. b   She has also moved on to more formal kindergarten handwriting worksheets as well. These include some warm-up shapes, then the actual upper and lowercase letters as well.     I always like to throw in some logical thinking and spatial relationship type of activities. And the Imaginets from MindWare is a great way to do that. It is a set of colorful magnetic wooden shapes that kids can use to create … [Read more...]

MAY
07
2014

Kindergarten Activities

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Good morning! I thought I’d do another update on the Teeny Tot for you all today. She’s reviewing some of her favorite Letter of the Week activities, and we’re slowly adding in more of the K4 Kindergarten activities to her day as well.   This week she mostly worked on the Letter E games. Here she is with her completed elephant lacing card. I’ve had a lot of questions about laminating and printing on cardstock. And unless you’re going to re-use your materials with future children, there’s not much need to laminate and print everything on cardstock. But for the lacing card, it is important that it’s somewhat durable. So if you’re not reusing materials, I would say at least laminate this card if nothing else.   She knows her colors quite well, but still enjoys doing these color matching puzzles.     These are the elephant counting cards. She put them in numerical order, then counted out the correct amount of beads to go on each card. You … [Read more...]