## The Workbox System

We just started using the Sue Patrick Workbox System this year and LOVE it! For those of you who don’t know what it is, its not a curriculum, but an organization system. I’ll do my best to explain it to you, but Sue does a better job on her website,…

## Letter D, Dinosaur Art & Dino Dig

Hi, we did a fun dinosaur craft today! Here’s our process, I did pre-cut the shapes to make the dinosaur, then just because we have girls, we had to glam it up! Dino Dig: I made these ‘fossils’ out of Plaster Of Paris. Its only \$2.50 for a HUGE bag…

## Kindergarten Workbox Fun

Here are some fun ideas for Kindergarten workboxes: Domino Math: I do this game 2 ways, either I write in the combination’s and he matches the dominoes to it and writes in the answer. Or he picks a domino out and writes the equation and answer himself. Click here to…

## What’s in the box? Kindergarten wk 13

I’m going to try to post a “What’s in the box” for each grade once a week, just so I don’t get consumed with Prek stuff! LOL! Here’s the line up for my kindergartner today: Math U See: Blend Cards and letter flashcards for a quick review. You can download…

## Small Space Workboxes!

Someone on the Yahoo Workboxes group shared these cool wall hanging space organizers! I’ve had lots of questions as to where I got my boxes (mine are from JoAnns) and lots of people saying they don’t have a lot of space. I took a look at these and have to…

## ART: Turtle Craft

We did a paper plate turtle craft today for our Letter T art project. Turn your paper plates upside down and paint, decorate with shapes cut from construction paper. I cut out heads, feet and tails for them and we glued them on the underside of the plates once they…

## Prek Letter D

Say hello to Mr. Dinosaur and the Letter D! This was super fun to make and I’m hoping even more fun to actually use! Ready, set, go! Letter D Memory Verses: Depart from evil, and do good. Psalm 34:14 Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the…

## How to make Wooden Letter Disks

How to create wooden letter disks for preschool activities: First print off the letters. You can download my uppercase and lowercase letters here. Next I used a 1 1/2″ circle punch to cut out my letters, but you can also use scissors! Then I ran them through the Xyron Sticker…

## Mini-Office Lapbook and file folder fun!

We made some file folder games today and a mini-office for my 2nd grader. Here is the mini-office. If you aren’t familiar with this concept, its basically just a helper for the kids to keep at their desk, so they have quick easy access to the most commonly asked questions.…

## Prek Letter T day 2

We’re starting off our Letter T day with a paint bag. Fill a ziplock paint bag with paint and let them draw the letters with their finger. You could also fill it with cheap shaving cream, and if you’re feeling really brave, just spread the shaving cream out on your…