It’s been awhile, but I have a new FREEbie for subscribers! This one is just on time for the holidays. It could be used in the classroom in a math center or at home.
This FREEbie is a roll & cover that uses 1 to 3 dice. For some, the number rolled will be covered, but for others the player will have to add or subtract. This also makes a fun game of BUMP!
In order to get this FREEbie, you have to subscribe to my blog. You get a newsletter each time that I have a new blog post and I do a special e-mail from time to time. I will never spam you, as I don’t like that in my inbox either! The password for the Subscriber ONLY page is in every newsletter. If you’d like to subscribe, simply go to the “Home” page or sign-up in the sidebar on the right side.
I know that it’s been awhile, but I have a “Subscriber ONLY” printable that I just uploaded and I’m excited about it. If you don’t already subscribe to the newsletter, you can do so in the right hand column. I don’t like spam either, so you’ll only receive a newsletter when there’s a new blog post. Each newsletter has the current password to the “For Subscribers” page. You also have the option to get the additional newsletter when I post new items in the Shop.
This printable is Pope Francis’ 5 Finger Prayer Poster and Worksheet Pack. It includes 1 poster in color and the on the reverse side, you can print the meaning of the prayer fingers in English or Spanish. In addition to that, there’s a page that can be used as a poster or print multiple on a page to attach to desk as a reminder.
Finally, there are 3 worksheets. These worksheets include cut and paste, label, and matching. They’ll work for a variety of ages/grades to teach, review, or anything to suit your needs for Pope Francis’ 5 Finger Prayer.
I hope that all subscribers like this freebie, but more so that the kids enjoy it!!
I know how hard you work for your money, so in honor of Labor Day and the last big weekend of summer, I’m having a sale!
You’ll find 10% off in all of my shops and stores. The sale will run the entire weekend from 3 September to 5 September. I’ve even added a couple new items recently and have another new one to upload on Sunday. So, I hope that you can find something that you need and enjoy browsing The Treasured Schoolhouse!! You can find my sale at….
I have something special, just for you my readers. I wanted to give you a present this year for following along and putting up with my sporadic posts and everything else!!
This is a 4-page coloring book for the nativity. It focuses on Luke 2 and Matthew 2. It’s just a small book….well, it’s more like pages, to tell the real story of Christmas. The focus of these pages are geared toward Catholic, as I used the New American Standard Bible (NASB). Any faith surely can use it though!!
If you’re interested in these coloring pages, please just….
I hope that you can use it in your classroom, homeschool, or for religious education. If you do, please be sure to leave me a comment and let me know!!
Here’s a new freebie for all of you, my readers. There’s ONE catch though….
This is available only for a limited time!! I don’t know when I’ll remove it, so grab it while you can!!
This is “Flippin’ Out for Colors” cards. They have multiple uses, but they all work on colors. You can cut them out and mount them inside a file folder and the player will then place the color label in the correct space. You can use them for memory match/concentration by printing off 2 of each card and laminating them with the color words on them. They can also be used as label cards so the child can label each card with the correct color of the sea shell. Finally, they can also be used as flashcards by mounting the correct color word in the space or on the back so they can self-check. The color words also come in 2 styles….black font and the color font.
I have a new freebie and it’s an exclusive for my blog readers.
This a simple arctic maze. I know, penguins are really “arctic”, but they’re cute and fit in the theme perfectly!! HEHE They will work their way from the eskimo through the igloo out to the arctic animals.
Here’s a thumbnail view of the maze….
The clipart is from a personal source.
If you’re interested in this maze, just click here….
Thank you for stopping by and I hope that you enjoy all this free printable maze. If you use my printables, please leave a comment or use the “contact” button in the right hand column. I’d also appreciate it if you’d take a second to click the button below to vote for my blog. I appreciate it and I continue to create by the feedback that I receive!!
I had a couple of ladies contact me about updating some files of mine that they wanted to use of mine. They had some special requests and I was thrilled to do it!! I have to give them a huge “thank you” as well because they were so patient. Since they were older printables, it took me awhile to locate the original documents….and then life just sort of happens too. Not to mention the big blog move!!
Anyways, here they are…..
First, I was asked to add the numbers 101-120 to my Patriotic Calendar Set. It already went to 100, but because of changes in the curriculum, she now teaches to 120, so she needed the extra numbers. To get to the original calendar set blog post, just click here. If you’re interested in the added numbers, you can click here to download them.
She also needed the Patriotic Counting Chart updated to 120. The original went to 100 and if you’re interested in that, you can click here to get to the original blog post. For the new chart to 120, just click here to download it.
Next, I had a Clifford Calendar Set. I was asked to make the days of the week the same size as the months. If you’re interested in the original Clifford: The Big Red Dog calendar set blog post, just click here to download. If you’re interested in the larger days of the week, click here to get them.
That about covers it!! I hope that this is what you ladies needed and that they just might benefit other readers as well. If anyone else has any special requests, please don’t hesitate to ask. Just be prepared to be as wonderful and patient as these ladies were as my family and life always comes first!!
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In my group, one of our summer themes is prop boxes. Dramatic play is so important in the development of children. My daughter loved all things “grown up” and would play all sorts of these dramatic play things.
One of her favorites was playing vet, which she still intends to be!! I made to exam sheets or record sheets for her. One was made in 2009 and one in 2010. Yes, she was still playing “grown up” just a couple years ago. She had a cash register (real one), so she loved to do anything and everything with it. She loved to ring up her customers!!
Anyway, these are 2 of the sheets that I made for her and I want to share them with you to use for your little ones. Each one has a choice of type of animal, reason for visit, and pet’s name. After that they differ and can be used for different functions. I hope that your kids get as much enjoyment as my daughter did!!
If you’re interested in this set of alpine animal cards, just click here to get your….
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Another freebie!! Twice in a week, something must be wrong with me!! HAHA
Today, there’s a couple of printables for The Amazing Mumford for you. First off, there’s a set of 2-part cards for counting 0-25. The number of peanut butter sandwiches is counted and matched to the number word. The final items is a set of alphabet flashcards. They contain upper and lower case letters on the card.
If you’re interested in either of these printables, please just click on The Amazing Mumford above to be taken to the download folder and “Ala Peanut Butter Sandwiches”, you’re there!
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I know that tomorrow is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and that most people/teachers had that for their theme this week. I’ve just been so busy that I couldn’t make things as fast as I wanted to. Besides, it’s never too late for for some Seuss!!
This is a mat set for making CVC word families. There’s a mat and then cards with word families and letters to make CVC words. There’s also a worksheet to record the word family and the words created.
If you’re interested in this Dr. Seuss item, just click to…..
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Are you looking for printables to use in your classroom, at home, or in your daycare to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss?? Maybe you just want some fun activities to keep the kids busy on the weekend or after school. No matter the reason, I have what you need!!
I have lots of free printables to share with you. In some of the links that I’m about to post, you might find some duplicates, but many won’t be. Just take your time and browse around!!
On my blog, Commotion from the Ocean of Life, you’ll find a bunch of stuff for “Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss“. Once upon a time, that’s where I used to share all my printables that I created!!
Next, some of you might remember the “Seuss-icle Followers Contest” that I held right here on this blog. This contest lasted a week and I offered freebies each day. Here you can find each of those posts and see just what I offered each day.
With luck and time, I’ll be creating some new materials this week. Things have just been crazy busy and I’m barely keeping my head above the water right now!! Keep your eyes open though and hopefully you’ll see something new featuring Dr. Seuss coming your way!!
Not long ago in my group, we had a character theme of The Jetsons. I didn’t get a chance to make much, but I was able to complete a couple projects.
There are four jigsaw puzzles. Each puzzle has 9 pieces, so they’re good for several ages/grades. There’s also a set of four basic puzzles. These work on their fine motor skills assembling these 4-piece puzzles.
All clipart from internet sources and believed to be public domain.
If you’re interested in The Jetsons puzzles, just click to….
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