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St. Patrick’s Day

by Jill & Cathy on February 22, 2013

Fun for your preschool classroom! Matching Game Students can play go fish or memory with this set of St. Patrick’s Day themed cards. We’re So Lucky Because  Add a picture of the child and share why you’re lucky to have the student in your class.  Parents can add their reasons at the bottom. We’re So […]


Read Across America Day

by Jill & Cathy on February 17, 2013

Read Across America Day celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday is Saturday, March 2nd.  This year many preschoolers will be celebrating this day on Friday, March 1st.  We have created some activities to help get you started with your celebration. A Person’s a Person, No Matter How Small  Take a picture and glue it to the middle.  […]


Letter to Santa

by Jill & Cathy on December 2, 2012

A colorful Santa letter template with a twist!  Kids love writing their annual letter to Santa but parents often cringe.  Yes, the kids are excited about writing, but the kids are writing a letter to ask for something.  This template helps create a balance.  We have created this letter to encourage children to share what […]

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Christmas Activities

by Jill & Cathy on November 29, 2012

We have put together this collection of holiday activities to help make your holiday merrier!  We are sure the parents of your students will love receiving so many of these before Christmas.  We have also included some center ideas for younger kids. Books for Young Readers    The words are here, children illustrate and practice reading […]


Thanksgiving Activties for Young Children

by Jill & Cathy on November 6, 2012

Thanksgiving memories made for their families by young children can be something parents treasure for a long time.  Because of this, we have created an assortment of activities that you can use with your younger children.  Many of them include a spot for a photo and have a place where the child can write (or […]

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