• Princesses and superheroes – what are you? {Tracing worksheets}

  • How to practice Sight Words? Play Mat Freebie!

  • Giveaway: CVC Word Builders – CVC Digger task cards

  • Earning money as a teacher: Selling resources

  • Freebie: Animal Addition & Subtraction worksheets for preschool

  • Freebie – CVC word snowflakes

  • 20% Christmas Sale in my TpT Store

  • Princesses and superheroes – what are you? {Tracing worksheets}

  • How to practice Sight Words? Play Mat Freebie!

  • Giveaway: CVC Word Builders – CVC Digger task cards

  • Earning money as a teacher: Selling resources

  • Freebie: Animal Addition & Subtraction worksheets for preschool

  • Freebie – CVC word snowflakes

  • 20% Christmas Sale in my TpT Store

Spiders on the wall – simple spider paper plate craft for kids

  I’m not a spider person …except when it comes to these little guys. Like their little brothers they are black with long legs, but sometimes they have more or less eyes…and sometimes more or less legs. My preschoolers made them in preparation of Halloween and we had so many spiders that they were crawling […]

Princesses and superheroes – what are you? {Tracing worksheets}

What a weekend! Finally I’ve found some time to work on my loooong TeachersPayTeachers to-do list. I updated some product cover pages and even uploaded two new worksheet sets that I’m going to use with my kiddos in our next fairytale theme. I’m sure they are going to love the princesses and superheroes!      Both […]

Free download: Superhero Coloring Pages – Wooosh!

Pow! Boom! Superhero themes in class are so much fun and great for activities to build confidence and self-esteem. For my next superhero theme  in my pre-K classroom I created this small set of superhero coloring in pictures and you can download it here for free :). I hope your kids enjoy them! Use the […]

Making your own doll – mark-making for toddlers

Aren’t they cute! The yellow one looks like a Minion :D! Today I had lots of fun with my little ones making their own dolls. It was a mark-making activity with a fun twist and the kids enjoyed drawing on fabric! To start our project, we’ve listened to Miss Polly had a dolly, a very […]

Free download: CVC word worksheets – trace, blend, write

Here is a quick post! I’m working on a bigger set of CVC word activities but thought to post a few pages as freebie and – tadaaa – here they are: These ten worksheets cover CVC words with a/e/i/o/u vowels and can be used to practice blending letter sounds (phonics) and writing first CVC words. […]

Farewell gift for teachers and other important people

I’m devastated! My classroom colleague and good friend is resigning and leaving next week to emigrate to Scotland and start a new life there, and I’ll miss her too much. We have been such a great team in class – you know that kind of “I look at you and you know exactly what I […]

How to make summer jello ice star treats

It’s summer! Don’t get me wrong, I love summer …but unfortunately our air condition stopped working last night and with 40°C outside our apartment is warming up *phew*. Time for a cold treat! I’ve experimented a little with jello and my new pink silicon ice cube mold today morning and the result is a batch […]

Fireworks in a Jar or Glass – Easy Holiday Activity for Preschoolers

Although we are not celebrating the 4th of July here, we had the chance to observe a beautiful firework today. Here. In our living room. Without any noise – even the cats stayed around and didn’t hide under the bed ;). A few simple ingredients and tadaaa – we had our very own fireworks in […]

Super soft purplicious play dough – Time for purple!

I love play dough! I guess I can call it my best classroom friend, because it is so versatile. I use it to practice letters, numbers, construction skills, to improve fine-motor skills and even to calm my kids down. It helps to re-focus, settle, calm …and boost creativity! My boys and girls in my preschool […]

Pens and Crayons … and free Clip Art Pencils

Phew! My pencil clip art set is growing! Today I finished 10 colored pens, 4 pencils with some doodles, and 10 crayons with strokes. All of them are going to be part of a huge clip art set to decorate my classroom and to be used in future teaching resources. I’m thinking to make some […]