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Use this sheet to help students discover how many letters are in their name.Students write each letter of their name in a box. They then count how many letters there are and write this in the big box

Jeremy Fisher, for A Celebration of Beatrix Potter: Art and letters by more than 30 of today’s favorite children’s book illustrators.

Until I started bible journaling, I can’t say I ever read the bible much. Not that I didn't WANT to, but I’ve talked about it before, so I won’t go into the why’s now…but I am sure you’ve all been there. Once I started bible journaling and got more comfortable with the bible, I started doing bible studies. But again, if I’m honest…it’s rare that I’d ever actually complete one. I’d usually get halfway through and get distracted and move on to something else. I think it’s because while bible…

FREE Blends Book for kids to color and trace - this is a fun way to help kids learn s blends, r blends, l blends, and tw blends. This is perfect for kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students for centers, homeschool, homework, extra practice, and summer learning which will help them with phonics for better reading and spelling.

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Halloween Activities for Kindergarten {with FREEBIES!}

You're going to love the great Halloween activities for Kindergarten included at this post! You'll find great Halloween book recommendations for young learners, letter sound practice, uppercase & lowercase letter practice, counting numbers, letter formati

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Alphabet Book

This alphabet book is a great way to introduce the alphabet during the first weeks of school. Introduce a letter a day and complete the craft page that helps reinforce the letter. Keep them together and present each student with their very own book at the end! So fun!