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free printable: kindergarten sight word journals

Word Work: Sweet Judy over at Kindertastic created these AWESOME knock-off Sight Word Journals based on Lakeshore's product. And the best part is that they're FREE. Go get 'em!

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FREE Bingo Marker Alphabet Letter Find - FUN free printable alphabet worksheets to help Preschool, Prek, & Kindergarten kids practice identifying their letters Kids will love using bingo marker in this Alphabet Letter Find kids activity perfect for home

FREE A-Z Handwriting Sheets!  Just print, place in sleeve protectors and use with a dry erase marker to save paper and offer LOTS of practice!

FREE A-Z Handwriting Sheets! Just print, place in sleeve protectors and use with a dry erase marker to save paper and offer LOTS of practice! Also good for sight word practice

Wondering how to start a journal with a 3 year old? This post shares how we introduce simple journals and the tools we use. - Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

Simple Journals with 3 Year Olds

Pinner said: Wondering how to start a journal with a 3 year old? This post shares how we introduce simple journals and the tools we use. - Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

FREE ~ The entire alphabet letter ID printables!

Free Full Alphabet Letter Identification Printables

Full Alphabet Letter Identification Printables - Use do-a-dot markers to practice identifying letters in a quick, easy, and fun way!

Pull a magnetic letter out a a bag and use a bingo marker to mark it off your sheet - modify to use with sight words! by mona

Pull a magnetic letter out a a bag and use a bingo marker to mark it off your sheet. Or pull out the capital letter and they have to mark the lowercase on the sheet. OR give a word and the have to mark the beginning letter sound.

Alphabet play dough mats. Students start by finger tracing a letter, then using a dry-erase marker, and then building the letter using small objects.

Preschool Letter N

Alphabet Play Dough Mats and many more letter ideas. Have kiddos start out by finger tracing a letter, then using a dry-erase marker and then building the letter using small objects. Practice makes perfect!

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