• 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

Free coloring pages for children: Boys and girls

Right now I’m working on a big clip art set and I couldn’t resist to make a quick little freebie for you. It all started today morning when this little man suddenly popped into my mind: …so I created a set of four coloring in pages for you, featuring two little boys and two little […]

Giveaway: CVC Word Builders – CVC Digger task cards

Time for a first Giveaway on this new blog! Read on and join in :)! I’ve just finished my newest teaching resource: A huge set of 40 big task cards to practice CVC words with three letters. The cards are transportation themed with a bright yellow digger and will surely grab your kids attention :)! […]

Practice letters with free alphabet cards – Freebie download

Don’t get me wrong, I love preschool resources with cute images, colorful backgrounds and funny fonts – and my hard drive is full to bursting with all kinds of alphabet cards – animals, super heroes, trains and planes… but sometimes I feel that “less is more”. I have one little boy in my class that […]

Freebie: 100 Chart and following number worksheets

Thank you for following me on Facebook! Together we reached the first mini-milestone of 100 followers on facebook.com/creativeCPreschool. I’m so excited! To celebrate you I created this preschool math freebie with two worksheets. Practice number sequencing and placing in order with a 100 chart and with sequencing boxes. The worksheets are free! Download and enjoy […]

Earning money as a teacher: Selling resources

Are you looking for ways to add a little extra money to your monthly teacher salary? So did I. The bad news is: There is no “get rich in a month” quick money earning scheme that actually really works. (And in my opinion everything that promises to make you earn lots of money in a […]

Pasta snakes – threading activity

Last week we finished our “jungle animal theme” and one of our craft activities was “snake threading”. I still had some colored pasta from our last threading activity, so there was not a lot to prepare and the kids loved it. I introduced Miss Snake during morning carpet time, so all of my kids had […]

Freebie: Animal Addition & Subtraction worksheets for preschool

I’m so excited! I’ve just finished my first TpT bundle – a huge pack full of engaging +180 pages/worksheets (tested by my own kids :)…) covering tons of preschool or 1. grade topics. Fry‘s Sight words, writing, tracing, lacing, counting, numbers, amounts, concepts (same, different, big, small) …and subtraction/addition. To celebrate I’m giving out the […]

Freebie: Tiger letter tracing worksheet

Currently I’m working on a big bundle of animal themed worksheets for literacy and math activities in pre-school, because during the following weeks I will be working on animals with my little class. Today I created a little set of tracing worksheets to practice lowercase and capital letters. I’m very happy about them, because I […]

Ocean theme jar in pre-school class

I just finished a lovely week full of ocean themed activities in my little SEN pre-school class and thought to share one activity that I’ve used every day in different variations. It is so simple and doesn’t need a lot of resources, but the kids loved it – it is hands on and hands in […]

Freebie: Animal Award Bracelet to reward students

I’m always looking for new ways to reward my students and I  prefer rewards that last for a little while because I believe they work as little reminders (“Hey, I’ve done a good job today”) and they are something to show at home as well. They have to be creative and colorful, but at the […]