Sunday, March 12, 2017

Read Alouds, No Prep Activities, and Freebies for March

I'm back today to share with you some of my favorite read alouds, no prep activities, and freebies for March. 

Let's face it, life in the classroom can get crazy at times. Schedules change, unexpected things come up, activities or events are cancelled, or sometimes things just takes less time than you planned. So I think it's nice to have some easy things on hand to keep things running smoothly. This way when we have five or ten minutes before lunch or specials, or there's a hiccup in the schedule - I always have a back-up plan. Plus, I love having a few activities that are quick to pull out if I need to run to an unexpected meeting, need to work with an individual student, or something else comes up. Today I wanted to share with you some of the activities I keep on hand.

Kids love to be read to, plus it's so important that you read to them several times during the day. As the season, holiday, or theme changes books are one of the first things I change in my classroom. Here's some of my favorite read alouds for March. 


You can use my affiliate link to check out any of these St. Patrick's day read alouds on Amazon.


Next up is a no prep freebie perfect for March. There's a variety of skills included, so there's something to for everyone! These are great to print and use for morning work, homework, or those in-between times. You can click on any of the pictures to download the FREE packet from my TpT shop


Students unscramble the sight words and write them on the line. 


Students can use bingo dabbers, crayons, markers, etc. to mark the correct answer. 


With CVC Shamrocks you can use this as a no-prep page or turn it into a center or write the room activity. I used shamrock cut-outs for an extra festive touch. Simply write the CVC words on the shamrocks and place them in a center (or around the room). Students match the shamrock to the picture and record the CVC word.


Lucky Addition has optional cut-apart counters at the bottom. Students can color the counters, cut them apart, and use them to solve the math equations. I love sending home these pages for homework because I know students will have manipulatives handy to practice addition and subtraction. You can find an entire packet of these pages here.


Instead of using the cut apart counters, you can also use coins as counters! 


For Shamrock Subtraction we used gold coins and black pots. We counted out the number of gold coins and then subtracted by taking away coins and putting them in the pot. There's cut-apart counters at the bottom of this page too. Be sure to click on any of the pictures above to download this freebie from my TpT shop.


Here's a peek from the A Dab of Learning: March edition packet. I love these packets because there are so many skills included. They are perfect to help teach, reinforce, and practice the skills you are already working on in the classroom. They are easy to implement, just print and go. Plus they are so fun for students. Students can use bingo dabbers or crayons to show their answers.


Students count to determine the number that is represented by the pot and extra coins.


Students dab the two numbers that equal the number on the basket. 


Comparing numbers.


Beginning blends practice.


Short and long vowel - CVC and CVCe practice.


Beginning, middle, and ending sound CVC practice. 

There's tons of Kindergarten appropriate skills included with the 35 activities in this packet. You can check out the entire packet, plus read a list of all of the skills included, by clicking on the image below.


Or check out the YEAR LONG BUNDLE with well over 300 pages of bingo dabber NO PREP printables!

Thanks so much for reading along!


Thursday, March 9, 2017

Leprechaun Activities for Kindergarten {with Freebies!!!}

Is it just me or does it feel like we JUST celebrated the new year? I can't believe it's already March. My birthday is next week, which means another year old. And I can't believe that St. Patrick's day is just around the corner. Time flies when you're having fun! :)

Once I became a kindergarten teacher, I discovered a whole new kind of love for St. Patrick's day. I just adore how little people believe that leprechaun's are real. During the month of March anything that happens or goes wrong is automatically blamed on the leprechauns. A missing pencil or a book that was moved quickly becomes the result of a sneaky little guys in green. Any other time of the year, it's no big deal. In December we blame the elf; in March we blame the leprechauns! 

I'm all about using themes and putting kids excitement about holidays in to classroom learning. So today I'm going to share a few leprechaun activities for Kindergarten that can be used for St. Patrick's day activities...or all March long. 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Here's a quick little partner game to practice digraphs. Just add dice and mini erasers or plastic cubes. You can use my affiliate link to find these same mini erasers HERE.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Students play with a partner. Each student rolls the die. Student that rolls the biggest number starts the game. Students roll and count the number. They match the number that they rolled to the code at the top of their game mat. Then they cover a corresponding space with the beginning digraph sound. If a student rolls a digraph and all of the pictures have been covered, they skip their turn. The first player to fill all of the spaces on their mat wins the game. 

Here's a DIY word family sort. I like to spend a good amount of time on short e and short i word families. It can often be hard for Kindergarteners to be able to distinguish the short e and short i sounds. So this next activity I'm going to share is to practice short i words.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

You'll need shamrock cut outs (or green pieces of paper) for this activity. On the shamrocks, write the short i words that you want your students to practice. You can stick with CVC words or add words like grin, chin, chip, slid, etc. Use this as a write the room activity or in a center. Students will select a shamrock, read the word, and record it on their paper. 

Here's another quick literacy activity for St. Pat's day. You could do this with any word family. You'll need some pots and gold coins. I got mine from Party City but I've seen them on Amazon too. I used a silver Sharpie marker to write the word families on the black pots.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Students read the word on the coins and put them in the corresponding "pot". 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

You could use the same recording sheet as a follow up activity.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

I also included a follow up page for extra practice. Use it for morning work, homework, or a fast finisher activity!

Here's a few math freebies:

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Race to 100 is always a class favorite. This can be played with a partner or individually. Print the page and slide it in to a page protector. Students use a paperclip and pencil to make a spinner. After they spin they add that many manipulatives to their game board/hundreds chart. 

You can have students use plastic cubes, mini erasers, or other small classroom manipulatives. I tell my students to change the manipulative after every roll so that they can keep track of the numbers and amount of times they have rolled.

Reason #428 on the list of why I love teaching Kindergarten. You can take the same activity, slightly change the directions, and BAM!!! it's a brand new FUN game! So with that in mind, here's a different version of the same activity. 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Students are completing the same exactly, they are just rolling dice instead of using a spinner. Just print the page and slide it in a page protector. This time students will use dice to make their way to 100. Students will roll and count then add that number to the hundreds chart.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Here's another easy to implement math freebie. This would make for a festive fast finisher activity or morning tub activity. Just print and slide in a page protector. Use gold coins or yellow circles. Write the numbers 10-20 on each of the gold coins. Students match the coins to the mat. 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Here's a follow up page for extra practice. Use it for morning work, homework, or a fast finisher activity. Click on any of the pictures above to download the freebies. 

I wanted to also share a sneak peek of some of the activities included in the "It's All Fun and Games: March Edition". This packet includes over 27 different activities for math and literacy. There are so many different skills covered in this packet!

For this "Roll a Word Family" activity, I used the Differentiated Cubes by Carson Dellosa. I love, love, love these cubes! You can find these cubes on Amazon using my affiliate link. It's so easy to just print pictures, cut them apart, and slide them in to the pockets for different activities. (I included a regular cube in this packet, if you don't have the ones by Carson Dellosa).

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

For this activity, students roll the cube and read the word family. They find a shamrock on the paper that belongs to the word family. They color that shamrock using the color code on the cube. 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Students who are ready to practice blends will love this activity. With a paperclip and a pencil to make a spinner, kiddos spin the spinner and identify the blend sound. They find a matching picture on their paper and color it using the color code on the spinner. {Picture names are included in the packet for all ELA so you're not left playing a guessing game! Haha!!!}

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Another spinner activity to practice rhyming words. Students spin the spinner and find a rhyming match. They color the picture using the color code.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Help students learn the difference between words like cut and cute, kit and kite with this long vowel and short vowel activity. Student roll the cube and say the name of the picture. They color the matching word using the color code.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

This digraph activity has similar directions to the activities I mentioned above. Students spin the spinner and identify the digraph sound. They find a picture with the matching digraph sound. Digraph sounds can be found at the beginning or end of the words. They color the picture to match the color code on the spinner.

Here's a few of the math activities included:

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Base ten practice with a St. Patrick's day theme. Students roll the cube and count the base ten blocks. They find a hat with the matching number on their paper and color it using the color code.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Teen number practice with this activity. Students spin the spinner and write the number on the paper. They color the ten frame to show the number.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

Students play with a partner in this count by 10 activity. Students take turns spinning the spinner. They count to find where the number should go on their paper and write the number. If they spin the number again, they skip their turn. The first player to fill their board us is the winner. This activity could also be played individually.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

There's several literacy and math no prep activities included in this packet. Here's an example of one of them. Students roll the die and find the matching number word on their paper.

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!

This activity practices graphing, tally marks, addition, and 3D shapes. Students spin the spinner and graph their spins. They use tally marks to keep track of their spins. After they've spun 15 times they use the data on their graph to answer the questions.

You can check out all 27 activities included by clicking on the picture below. 

Stop by and check out these FREE and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for Kindergarten! There’s tons of engaging and practical activities to keep your kiddos learning the entire month of March. Click through to grab your FREE downloads, and make sure to check out the math and literacy activities. Word families, numbers 100, CVC words, teen numbers, and MORE can all be found here!


Thanks so much for stopping by and reading all about the leprechaun activities for Kindergarten! :)

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Christmas Literacy and Math Activities for Kindergarten

Can you believe Christmas is less than two weeks away? I feel like I've blinked and December has just raced on by. It's definitely feeling like Christmas around here. The lights, the music, the goodies...and the snow! It really is the most wonderful time of the year! Today I'm sharing some great Christmas literacy and math activities for Kindergarten. I hope you enjoy!

I wanted to share with you my absolute favorite Christmas read alouds. I have a rather large collection of Christmas books, so I narrowed it down to my all-time favorites {and the ones that always seem to be a Kindergarten crowd pleaser too!}. 

What is your favorite Christmas read aloud? I hope you'll share it with me in the comments. I love finding new books to read!

Check out these great Christmas books! You can read these all December long in your preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grade classroom or homeschool. These are promised to be fun and engaging for your kids or students. All come highly recommended by a Kindergarten teacher!

You can use my affiliate link to check these books out on Amazon. 

I don't know about you but this is the time of year where I try every trick in the book to keep student engagement high and learning fun and exciting. 

The free activity pictured below is a fun way to keep kids on task and excited about vowel sounds! Why? Because it involves bingo dabbers! And what kid doesn't love that? Students say the name of the picture to identify the middle vowel sound, then they dab their answer. Students are still learning, it's just with a fun twist. 


If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Click HERE or on the picture above to download this FREE packet from my TpT shop!

And now for a couple of freebies that require little to no prep, but would be great for morning tubs, partner games, or fast finisher activities.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Last year we played a similar game to practice making five. You can read about that in this post. This version of the game is to help students practice making ten. You can have students play this game individually or play with a partner. Just print the game boards and then slide it into page protectors. Students need a pencil and paper clip to make a spinner and mini erasers or snap cubes.


Students spin the spinner and read the number that they spun. They determine how many more are needed to make ten and then cover that number on their game board. For example, if a student spins a 7 they will cover the 3 on their game board because 7 and 3 make 10. If a student spins and the number has already been cover they lose a turn. 

If students are playing with a partner, the first player to cover all of the numbers on their game board wins the game. If students are playing alone, they would play until all of the spaces on their game board are full. You can click on the picture above to download this activity.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Here's another fun Kindergarten Christmas math activity to keep learning going strong. One of my favorite uses for the mountain of mini erasers I have collected over the years has been to have students make letters with them. I shared uppercase letter in this postlowercase letters in this post, and now we are making numbers!

Just print the work mats and ten frame cards. Slide the mat in a page protector and cut apart the ten frame cards. Students select a card and count the ten frame. Then using the mini erasers they make that number on the mat. Included in the download {but not pictured} is a number formation page with directional arrows to help students with number formation. 

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Here's a version for numbers to 20. To include some fine motor practice add a spoon or tweezers to have students pick up the erasers. Just click on either picture above to download the freebie activity.

Next up are so very low prep literacy freebie ideas. 

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Students need snap cubes for this activity. They use the Christmas lights as the color code. First they read the word family and then find the pictures/words that belong in that word family. They use the color code to place a corresponding snap cube on the picture. You could have students write the CVC words using the color code when they are finished.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Another literacy activity that you just need to print and slide in a page protector. This can also be used as a partner game or individual activity. Students need a paper clip and pencil to make a spinner and mini erasers or snap cubes. Students spin the spinner and identify the short vowel sound. They cover a picture with the matching middle short vowel sound.

If you're using this as a partner game, play this as a BUMP! game. Students take turns spinning the spinner and take turns covering pictures that match their spin. If the other player lands on the same vowel sound, they can bump the player off and put their snap cube down. However, if a player lands on the same vowel twice, they can stack their snap cubes (like a king in Checkers) and cannot be bumped off. The game is over when all of the spaces are full. The player with the most spaces covered wins the game.

You can click on any of the pictures above to download the freebies. I hope you will find them useful and that your kiddos will love them! 

And now here's a peak at some of our favorite Christmas literacy and math activities for Kindergarten. There's 25 centers included. All come with recording sheets and "I Can" visual directions. Each center also comes with at least one no prep follow up practice page. These are great for reviewing skills or put them together  and send home to make a fun winter break review.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

First up is this Christmas themed counting activity. Students count each set of objects and record how many. Then they compare the numbers to determine which number is greater. They color the picture to show which number was greater.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

This is a fun and easy way to practice graphing. Students count each set of objects and color their graph to show how many. They use the information to complete answer the questions on the right. This packet includes three different graphing activities plus two no prep practice pages. You could use this as a whole group activity by displaying the graphing mat on the Smartboard or document camera and completing the page together.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Counting by 10 practice: You can use this activity with or without the number line that's included. Students count by ten to identify the missing number and then record the series of three numbers on their paper. At the bottom of this post is a sneak peek of the no prep follow up activity for this center.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Aren't these reindeer shapes the cutest? Students identify the shape of the reindeer and then find the matching 2D shape on their paper and color it to match the background on the reindeer card.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Students practice number order with this activity. They read the three numbers on the card and count to put them in order. They record the number in order on their paper. A version for numbers to 20 is also included.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Students look at a series of three pictures to determine which two have the same ending sound. They color or dab the two pictures that have the same ending sound.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Students read the word on the cookie sheet and use the cookie letters to spell the sight word. Blank cookie sheets and cookies are included so that you can write the sight words that your class is working on.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

While you could definitely use this activity without a recording sheet, one is included. Students write down the sight words that they worked on.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

For this rhyming activity students look at a series of three pictures to determine which two words rhyme. They dab {or color} the two pictures to show a rhyming pair.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Here's another activity to practice middle vowel sounds. Students say and stretch the name of the CVC picture on the card. They match the envelopes with the vowels to complete the CVC word.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

To show their work, students record the missing vowel on their paper.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Pictured above and below are two examples of the no prep practice pages included with each activity. These are great for morning work, homework, sub tubs, or a winter break review packet.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

You can check out all 25 Christmas literacy and math activities for Kindergarten included in this packet by clicking on the picture below.

If you're looking for great Christmas literacy and math activities for kindergarten, this is it! Your Kinder classroom or homeschool students will get great practice with vowel sounds, practice making ten, making numbers, CVC words, BUMP! games, counting, graphing, 2D shapes, number order, ending sounds, sight words, rhyming, and MUCH MORE! Did I mention many of them are FREE! These freebies are going to quickly become a favorite this December. Get them now!!

Thank you for reading all about my Christmas literacy and math activities for Kindergarten.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!