Kindergarten Cat and Dog Themed Alphabet Cards are perfect to play all sorts of alphabet games with kiddos. These cards come with dog cards that are the upper case letters and cat cards that are the lower case letters. These cat and dog cards are a little way to insert fun into learning for kids.
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Visual discrimination is the ability to see subtle differences in objects and pictures and to see if they match up. It is also a skill needed for early reading and math development. This fun Halloween themed visual discrimination game will be a hit in the classroom or at home! The Halloween visual discrimination game is […]
Alphabet cards are so much fun and kindergarten teachers and parents of young kids can never have enough! Kids love to see the alphabet and it’s fun for them to see them for all seasons and activities. Frogs are a huge hit with kids- there is a lot to learn between their life cycle, their […]
Rhyming is a very important pre-reading skill and what kindergartner doesn’t love rhyming?? My kindergartener and preschooler are always rhyming words, it tends to get really goofy sometimes! This FREE gumball themed kindergarten rhyming game is a perfect addition to teaching your child at home or your students in the classroom.
Kindergartners love to move and they love to learn and I have the PERFECT activity for you-Write The Room Sight Words! This awesome popcorn themed set comes with nine sight word cards and a Write The Room recording sheet. It is recommended that you laminate the cards and recording sheet and give the kiddos dry […]
Visual discrimination is an important skill that is crucial for early development of reading and math skills in children. These skills come to mind when I think of the letters b, d, p, q, g. How do kids learn to distinguish these, after all they look so similar! This is why it is important to […]
I’ve been playing the kindergarten subitizing math game with my Kindergarten son and he LOVES it! Subitizing is the rapid recognition of groups, such as 6 dots on a dice without counting the dots. My son LOVES the monsters and figuring out where they match. So naturally, he would love a subitizing game with a […]