Super Friends Poster {FREEBIE!}
Coordinates with my other Superhero/Super Friends theme.

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Literacy Center: Print one half of a plastic egg with the uppercase letter E and the second half with the lowercase letter e. Encourage the students to match the uppercase letter E to the lowercase letter e.

Print an uppercase letter E on an envelope and a lowercase letter e on a second envelope. Then use the image below for letter matching. Download the file, print on card stock, cut apart and laminate for durability.

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Letter Ee Search: Help Emily Elephant find her easel. Follow the path of upper and lowercase letter E's to help Emily Elephant reach her easel.


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Polka Dotted Classroom Labels

Okay I admit it, I have a thing for polka dots. So this year all of my individual labels in each center, classroom labels, and center signs ALL have a polka dotted border. I color coordinated each learning center in my PreK classroom. For example the Discovery Center (Science) is colored coordinated using the purple polka dotted scheme. All the individual labeled items, center sign, mini-word wall, and work cards all have the same theme. I did this for two reasons. First, I am kinda OCD about having things match, and second the students know which center an object comes from by matching the color coded labels. Pretty neat I think. So as a FREE download I am offering a set of (11) editable different colored polka dotted frames for you to use in your classroom. Keep reading for more information.

Polka Dotted Classroom Labels are a set of brightly colored polka dotted frames to use in your classroom for personal use only!

You could also use the labels for the following:

  • Classroom labels
  • Environmental print
  • Small individual picture frames.

The packet contains the following:

  • (11) Different colored polka dotted frames. There are four to a page.
  • Each label is editable using Adobe Acrobat. The text is set to auto so it will shrink as you type. Each frame has (2) text boxes. The first is for English language labels, the second is for second language labels.

Pink Polka Dotted environmental print label.


  • It is suggested to print all pieces on card stock and laminate for durability. Type in the form fields using Adobe Acrobat. 

Mailbox Student Address Cards

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These mailbox shaped cards are the ideal printable to use for students to learn their name, address, telephone number and birthday.

You could also use the activity for the following:

  • Name recognition
  • Address knowledge
  • Telephone knowledge
  • Birthday
  • Letter recognition
  • Concepts about print
  • Emergent reading skills
  • And so much more!

Use Adobe Acrobat to fill in student information.
The packet contains the following:

  • (4) Mailbox Cards with lines for writing information on.
  • (4) Editable Mailbox cards that you can use Adobe Acrobat to type in student information. 


It is suggested to print all pieces on card stock and laminate for durability. Then cut out along image lines and write student information on the cards with a permanent marker AFTER laminating. To re-use cards, simply scribble over permanent marker with a dry erase marker, then wipe clean. Something in the dry erase marker enables the permanent marker to be cleaned off the laminated card. Perfect to reuse the card instead of having to re-print new ones!

If you have any suggestions and/or comments to make this learning packet better, please feel free to email me at:

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My Many Colored Days Activity Pack

Directions: It is suggested that all pieces are printed on card stock and laminated for durability. Pages 2-11 print single sided, laminate, and cut individually. If you plan on using the visuals on a felt board simply attach the rough side of self-adhesive Velcro dots to the back of each piece. Another option is to use self-adhesive magnets. Also, to act out the story, print another set of visuals, laminate, and glue to craft sticks. Place the puppets with the book in your library. The book on pages 12-27 can be printed manually on both sides, laminated, and then either comb-bound or use book rings to make the book. Both the book and the puppets are being used in my Safe Place from Conscious Discipline.

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My Feelings Book

Materials: Pencils, crayons, several sheets of white construction paper fold hamburger  style forming a book. Printed on the cover page the following sentence: My Feelings Book

On each page write an emotional word: angry, happy, sad, scared, silly, and excited. Encourage the children to draw a picture of something that made them feel angry, happy, sad, scared, silly, and excited. Write down their story when they are done and display.

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Feelings Sorting Cards

The packet contains 9 feelings sorting cards perfect to use in circle time, small groups,

and math centers. I am using the Feelings Sorting Cards in my Safe Place area based on Conscious Discipline to encourage children to recognize facial expressions. I am also introducing the Feelings Sorting Cards as part of my Feelings Theme to use at the beginning of the school year.

Directions: It is suggested to print on card stock and laminate for durability. Then cut out each feelings sorting card along the solid black line. For a sorting game I suggest printing at least (5) sets. For a matching game like memory I suggest printing at least (4) sets. These cards can also be used like “Go Fish” cards.

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More... "Under the Sea" Themed Activities

Home Activity Folder label is ideal to use on the front cover of a pocket folder for the students’ “homework” folder. Images are from Borderbund (Print Perfect software) and Microsoft Office clip art.

Directions: Print on either card stock or a heavier weight copy paper. Cut along blue border. I use spray glue to attach the label to the front of the folder and then I cover the label with contact paper. This way the label tends to last longer. Another idea would be to print on Avery’s full sheet label paper and then use the contact paper on top.

St. Patrick's Day Word Wall

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1 comment:

  1. this website is AMAZING! i am not a teacher but a mental health therapist who is always searching for new and fun ways to reach children of younger ages - specifically targeting emotional regulation and how to identify emotions! i downloaded several of your free flashcards, gameboards and emotion books! AMAZING!! thank you!!