Friday, 28 December 2012

We Have Snow

Santa was a little late in delivering it, but we finally have the white stuff here in Southern Ontario!  The kids are super excited about it.  All the fluffy flakes has me in the mood for creating winter activities for the children to work with come the new year.  I will be posting more as I create them.  These cute little penguins were purchased from DJInkers.


Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Hurry Santa

I'm a big fan of the Julie Sykes Santa books.  They are so super cute!  My JK crew has mastered time to the hour using both analog and digital clocks so I thought I'd step it up a notch and include time to the half hour.  This game works great as an extended activity for the Hurry Santa book.


Sunday, 9 December 2012

Counting on Christmas

I'm hoping to post some holiday goodies for you over the next couple of weeks.  My crew will be working on their number words to twelve so I put together this little puzzle game to reinforce the words.  I don't usually purchase clipart, but who can resist the adorable drawings from DJ Inkers!

Friday, 7 December 2012

Christmas is Coming

Only 17 more days until the man in the big red suit travels the globe... I absolutely love this time of year - the music, the pretty lights, the whole holiday season :).  It would be nice if the wet stuff falling from the sky was snow and not rain, but I keep the hope of a white Christmas right up until the big day. 

Today was an 'Alexander Day' and as one of my kids asked... "what does that mean Ruth?... It means it was a TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD VERY BAD DAY... and maybe... this weekend... I'll move to Australia!!!"  One good thing... it's Friday and I have an awesome weekend to look forward to. 

So... in honour of Anthony... who I may just see 'down under' ... here is a game I created for the holiday season.


Thursday, 6 December 2012

How Does It Taste?

We ended our 5 senses unit with the yummiest one of all - TASTE!  This week we have been exploring different tastes.  We did a blind taste test with various tasting foods - sweet, salty, and sour.  We discussed ways to describe food... delicious, yummy, yucky, sour, sweet, salty, scrumptious, crunchy, sticky, etc.  We also discussed recipes and made a few goodies as well as reviewed measuring. 

For craft, we had fun vegetable stamping by dipping vegetables in paint and stamping them onto paper.  A huge hit was magic milk painting!

Here are some songs we enjoyed at circle time...

5 Little Hot Dogs

5 little hot dogs in a pan
The pan got hot and one went 'bang'
Took it out and put it in a bun
Think I'll have another one.
4 ... 3.... 2....
1 little hot dog in a pan
The pan got hot and one went 'bang'
Took it out and put it in a bun
Now I think that I am done.

Apples and Bananas

I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas
I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas

I like to ate, ate, ate ay-ples and ba-nay-nays
I like to ate, ate, ate ay-ples and ba-nay-nays

I like to eat, eat, eat ee-ples and bee-nee-nees
I like to eat, eat, eat ee-ples and bee-nee-nees

I like to ite, ite, ite i-ples and bi-ni-nis
I like to ite, ite, ite i-ples and bi-ni-nis

I like to ote, ote, ote oh-ples and bo-no-nos
I like to ote, ote, ote oh-ples and bo-no-nos

I like to ute ute ute upples and bu-nu-nus
I like to ute ute ute upples and bu-nu-nus

We have had so much fun with this unit... I am so glad we did it over 5 weeks so that we could thoroughly explore each of the five senses!

Friday, 23 November 2012


Hey everyone... it's FRIDAY!!!!  Yah!!!  I wanted to share my newest creation.  A friend on a group was looking for a banner for her bulletin board display and I thought... hmmm... haven't made any of those - so decided it was time to rectify that ;)!  Here is my Happy Holidays banner - it was fun to create so I will be adding a Banners section to my website soon. 


Thursday, 22 November 2012

Something Smells

Last week we had fun exploring our 'sense of smell'.  The children really enjoyed painting scented pictures (sorry I forgot to take pictures!)... I added pepperment extract to green paint and vanilla extract to white paint.  Everyone (but me) liked the vanilla scent better.  It was especially fun for my youngest two as it was their first time painting with brushes... the giggles were priceless!

Here are some songs we enjoyed at circle time...

On My Face I Have A Nose (Sung To: "Old MacDonald Had a Farm")

On my face I have a nose;
I Use it all the time.
When I sniff it I can tell
Vinegar from lime.
With a sniff, sniff here,
And a sniff, sniff there,
Here a sniff, there a sniff,
Everywhere a sniff, sniff.
On my face I have a nose;
Use it all the time!

I Stuck My Head In A Little Skunk's Hole

Well I stuck my head in a little skunk's hole
The little skunk said, "Well bless my soul.
Take it out, take it out, take it out... remove it!"
Well I didn't take it out and the little skunk said,
"You'd better take it out or you'll wish you had.
Take it out, take it out, take it out - (PEEEE-YOUUUUU)... I removed it!"

We identified items of food using our sense of smell while playing...


I also have a card version of the game on my website.  If you click on Themes and then Five Senses, you will find more activities and links to printouts available on my site.  I also have an emergent reader 'I Can Smell' available to download and print.  All of my printables are easily accessed by clicking on the Free Printables button. 

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Word Families Present Sorting

After this post, we'll return to our regularly planned curriculum!  This new set 'Christmas Kids' is hot off the presses and I just had to create a game with them :).  I will post about our 5 senses Smell Unit tomorrow (promise!).  Enjoy the new game!


Monday, 12 November 2012

Counting to 30

Hey everyone... hope you all had a wonderful weekend.  It was bea-u-tiful here in Southern Ontario with record breaking temperatures... a balmy 17 in November!!!  The rain moved in this afternoon, but at least we were able to enjoy another warm day this morning. 

My group is now working on identifying numbers and counting objects to 30 so I decided to create a new puzzle game for them to play while mastering this new skill.  I hope you can use it with your kiddo's too :).



Thursday, 8 November 2012

5 Senses

It's been a busy week here and the children are enjoying the start of our major unit on The 5 Senses.  I have decided to break the unit up over 5 weeks so we can thoroughly explore each of the senses. 

This week, we explored the sense of touch.  We explored play dough, fingerpainted and painted with puffy paint.  I love the texture of puffy paint when it is dry!  It is so incredibly easy to make... mix equal parts white glue and shaving cream.  It does take several days to dry.  

Check out my website for emergent readers and a lapbook.  We created a touch booklet - the printout for this is in the 5 senses lapbook on my website if you want a copy.  We used a cotton ball for soft, sandpaper for rough, bubble wrap for bumpy, a sparkly pipecleaner for prickly, and tin foil for smooth. 

You Tube has some great videos available to enhance this unit.  I know that You Tube is blocked for some schools, but you can save the video's to your hard drive by copy/pasting the url of the video at Save Media - .

Barney & Friends 1-2-3-4-5 Senses

Barney's 5 Senses Song

Hi-5 Senses

I Have 10 Fingers
I have ten little fingers, and they all belong to me
I can make them do things, would you like to see?
I can shut them tight
I can open them wide
I can put them together
I can make them hide
I can make them fly high
I can make them fly low
I can fold them like this and hold them just so.

Saturday, 27 October 2012

Smore Please

I'm not a huge fan of marshmallows or graham crackers, but saw a pin for some Smores Bark and thought... have to make that for my daughter (who loves smores)!  I did change the recipe because I didn't like the fact that graham crackers were the base and also it used dark chocolate (not happening!) so here is my revised rendition of smores bark and yes... it was DELICIOUS!!!

Melt milk chocolate chips in the microwave on medium heat - I didn't measure, but poured them in a cereal bowl about 3/4 full... so guessing about a cup.  I put them in for 1 minute and then stir until the remaining chips melt.  You may have to return them to the microwave for a few more seconds.  Place parchment paper in the bottom of a 9x9 inch pan and pour the milk chocolate onto the parchment paper and spread it evenly.  Melt more milk chocolate (same amount) in microwave while you assemble the squares.  Place graham cracker squares on top of the chocolate pressing down slightly.  Sprinkle mini marshmallows on top.  Then cover with the second batch of milk chocolate.  Place in the fridge to set.  Take out of the fridge and place the whole thing on a cutting board to cut into squares.  The squares do not need to be refrigerated after it sets.  That's it folks... total prep time is about 5 minutes + setting time - no fuss, no muss - and only 2 bowls to clean... which if you lick clean only takes a quick rinse and into the dishwasher ;).

Sunday, 21 October 2012

Trick or Treat

Halloween is almost here!  I created this game for my crew who are just starting to learn how to tell time.  Enjoy!


Saturday, 20 October 2012

Cutest Spiders Ever

Styrofoam Spiders Craft

I just love these guys... they looked so cute adorning the cubbies! 

Cut a styrofoam ball in half and paint with acrylic paint.  Cut pipecleaners in half and bend up one end to create feet.  When the paint has dried, poke holes with the sharp end of the pipecleaner where the legs are to go and add a dab of glue (we used a low temperature glue gun) before poking them into the holes.  Bend the legs so the spider will stand then add googly eyes.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Counting Spiders

I created this game to be used with the little plastic spiders that are in all the dollar stores this time of year.... enjoy!

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Spider Hats

Today we made our spider hats... how cute is this little spider!

Cut out a band from black construction paper to fit around child's head.  Cut out circles for the eyes and 8 strips for legs.  Have children fold the legs accordian style.  Staple the legs to either side of the spider and glue the eyes on the front.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012


We have started our spider unit this week... the children are very excited and already my one little girl who was TERRIFIED of spiders told me today outside when she was looking for webs and spiders that she just LOVES spiders.... YAH!  Here are some of the songs we are learning with the unit.

The Eency Weency Spider (new rendition)

The eency weency spider crawled up on (child's name)'s head
He crawled all around, then used it for a bed
He crawled down (his/her) back and jumped down to the floor
Then the eency weency spider crawled underneath the door.

Spiderlings hatch from eggs.
Each one has eight tiny legs.
A spider has more eyes than you.
Most have eight, and you have two.
A spider has two body parts.

Across its web it quickly darts.
From a spider's spinnerets
Sticky spider silk jets.
Spiders feel the frantic tugs,
Of their favorite food; it's bugs!

The Speedy Spider  (Sung to: "Oh Susannah")
I was sitting in my room one day
When it came right through the door.
A spider sped right by me;
Went racing 'cross the floor.

Oh, that spider! Oh how it scared me so.
But spiders can be good friends. And so I let it go.
I watched it crawl up on the wall,
To find a spot just right.
It spun a web so beautiful.
And then went out of sight.

Oh, that spider! Oh how it scared me so.
But spiders can be good friends. And so I let it go.
Now bugs and flies don't scare me,
For I know that it is true
That a spiderweb is good to have,
Bugs stick to it like glue.

Oh, that spider! Oh how it scared me so.
But spiders can be good friends. And so I let it go.

There's A Spider on the Floor  (Raffi)
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.
There’s a spider on the floor,
Who could ask for anything more?
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.

Now the spider’s on my leg; on my leg.
Oh the spider’s on my leg, on my leg.
Oh, he’s really big!
This old spider on my leg.
There’s a spider on my leg, on my leg.

Now the spider’s on my stomach, on my stomach.
Oh, the spider’s on my stomach, on my stomach.
Oh, he’s just a dumb old lummock,
this old spider on my stomach .
There’s a spider on my stomach, on my stomach.

Now the spider’s on my neck, on my neck.
Oh the spider’s on my neck, on my neck.
Oh, I’m gonna be a wreck,
I’ve got a spider on my neck.
There’s a spider on my neck, on my neck.

Now the spider’s on my face, on my face.
Oh, the spider’s on my face, on my face.
Oh, what a big disgrace,
I’ve got a spider on my face.
There’s a spider on my face, on my face.

Now the spider’s on my head, on my head.
Oh, the spider’s on my head, on my head.
Oh, I wish that I were dead.
I’ve got a spider on my head.
There’s a spider on my head, on my head.

But he jumps off. NOW…

There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.
Who could ask for any more,
than a spider on the floor.

There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Scarecrow Fun

We are enjoying our scarecrow unit SO much!  Here are some of the activities we have had fun with this week.

I’m A Little Scarecrow (Sung to: "I'm A Little Teapot")
I’m a little scarecrow
Stuffed with hay
Here I stand in a field all day.
When I see the crows,
I like to shout,
"Hey! You crows, you better get out!"

Scarecrow Chant 

Scarecrow, scarecrow
How scary can you be?
You scared away the crows
But you can't scare me!
No, you can't scare me!

Two Little Black Birds
Two little blackbirds
sitting on a wall
One named Peter
And one named Paul
Fly away Peter
Fly away Paul
Come back Peter
Come back Paul
Fly away, fly away
Fly away all.

We made these cute little scarecrow heads that I found on the Easy Child Crafts website.  We stuffed the bags with scrunched up newspaper and I traced the kids' hands for the hay under the hat.  You can get the pattern for the face and hat here.




Sunday, 30 September 2012

Scarecrow Addition Puzzles

It's Sunday... sun is shining and the weatherman who just yesterday forecasted a day of rain has changed his mind and now none of the wet stuff will be falling so it's going to be another beautiful fall day. 

After Thanksgiving, we are moving on to our Scarecrow Unit - I created these puzzles to introduce adding before putting out the Scarecrow Dice Game that I posted on Friday.


Friday, 28 September 2012


OMG... so glad this week is over - the kids have been great, but they are all fighting colds and now so am I... I am looking forward to a nice weekend of rest and hopefully feeling much better by Monday morning.  Here is another scarecrow game - enjoy!


Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Scarecrow Beginning Sounds

This is the first year that I am doing 'Scarecrows' as a theme unit... I'm excited to implement all my plans with the children!  I've been busy creating some games for this theme so stay tuned for more freebies :).


Sunday, 23 September 2012

Thanksgiving Match

A nice fresh crisp Sunday morning here in Southern Ontario... fall has arrived... YAH!!!   I wanted to share this Thanksgiving game I created this morning.  Enjoy!


Saturday, 22 September 2012


I can't believe one more week of our fall unit and then it will be time to talk turkey!  Over the next week, I will share my Thanksgiving printables.... enjoy!



Thursday, 20 September 2012

Apple Counting

I created this counting mat for children to practice counting and recognizing numerals to ten.  It's a great activity to go with the song Ten Red Apples.  Enjoy!


Ten Red Apples

10 red apples growing  on a tree
Farmer Brown  picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 9 red apples growing on a tree.

9 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 8 red apples growing on a tree.

8 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 7 red apples growing on a tree.
7 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 6 red apples growing on a tree.

6 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 5 red apples growing on a tree.
5 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 4 red apples growing on a tree.
4 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 3 red apples growing on a tree.
3 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 2 red apples growing on a tree.
2 red apples growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving 1 red apple growing on a tree.
1 red apple growing on a tree
Farmer Brown picked an apple
And gave it all to me
Leaving no red apples growing on a tree.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Apple Picking Time

I cannot believe how incredibly fast my days are flying by!  It is so nice to have a full and busy crew.  We can't do a fall unit without enjoying the fruit of the season... apples.  This week, I will be posting some games and activities that I have created... enjoy!


Saturday, 15 September 2012

Fall Word Families

I can't wait for all the colours of fall to appear.  The trees haven't turned yet, but soon we will be seeing the beautiful reds, oranges, and yellows mixed in with the green leaves.  I created this word family sorting game using the bright colours that will adorn the trees in the next few weeks.


Friday, 14 September 2012

Heading Into Fall

I just love the cool crisp days of Fall.  It's raining today, but the clouds smiled upon us and held off until noon rather than the 8 a.m. forecasted arrival time for the wet stuff so we were still able to get outside and have a wonderful time at the ball park before being stuck indoors.  The next two weeks we will be starting our Fall unit and then moving on to Scarecrows so stay tuned for some new freebies coming your way :).


Saturday, 1 September 2012

All About Me Around the Net

I've been searching the net for ideas to add to our 'All About Me' theme unit.  There are some wonderful freebies on TPT!  This Dr. Suess All About Me Freebie from The Art of Teaching is adorable.  Sue McDonald has an All About Me Finish Me Book.  Kelly Findsen is offering a set of three All About Me Posters.  I love this About Me! Cube by Michelle Walker.  These Literacy Worksheets by Ann Richmond Fisher are a nice addition to the unit.  I want to thank all the creators above for offering their work for free and enriching programs everywhere :).

Friday, 31 August 2012

My Body Rhyming

TGIF!!!  I finished my first week back from holidays and my new little guy has transitioned well into the program :).  I am looking forward to this long weekend even if it is just to relax around the house and get organized for the rush of having to get my family out the door on time on Tuesday and be ready for the fall program to start with the ones coming in!  I created this rhyming game and worksheet to accompany the body unit we'll be doing during our All About Me theme.  Enjoy and have a great long weekend!

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

All About Me Songs and Fingerplays

Here are some of the songs and fingerplays we will be learning as part of our All About Me unit over the next 2 weeks.

Barney - You Are Special lyrics

Here is Barney singing the You Are Special song.

I have 10 Fingers

Sesame Street - Bones lyrics

Here is the count singing the Bones song.

Head and Shoulders
Head and shoulders
Knees and toes
Knees and toes

Head and shoulders
Knees and toes
Knees and toes
Eyes, ears, mouth, and nose.

Head and shoulders
Knees and toes
Knees and toes.

I Am Special
I am special, I can learn
I can share and take my turn
I am special, I can be
A helper when my friends need me.

Monday, 27 August 2012

All About Me Book

Hey everybody out there in cyberland... sorry I've been MIA, but I had to have some dental work done and it was not the fun kind so have been recouping from the surgery.  This year I have gone back to a literature enriched theme curriculum after having planned 3 years of literature based curriculums - 2 based on books and one on authors... check out my website for the complete plans - we had a blast doing the activities!

This week is a review week as I've been closed for 2 weeks of holidays and also have a new baby enrolled in the program so just taking it easy letting the little guy adjust and the other children get their bearings again.

Next week our theme will be All About Me - over the next few weeks, I will share some of our plans with you and hopefully you can use them with your crew too.

We will be working on an All About Me Book throughout the weeks of our theme. 


Saturday, 18 August 2012

Crayon Patterning Strips

It's a gorgeous Saturday morning here in Southern Ontario - I can almost feel the 'fall' in the air :).  Fall is my favourite season... I know the kids may not be looking forward to the end of summer, but I do love when the heat and humidity leaves!  Here are some patterning strips I created using images from my school clipart set.  Enjoy!

Thursday, 16 August 2012

Back to School Count Down

I can't believe we are in the last few weeks of summer vacation... it always goes by so fast!  I decided to create a few back to school goodies to add to my collection.  Although no-one in my crew will be going to 'big school' this year, they do get excited at this time of year with siblings heading off to school and seeing all the school buses back on the roads.  I created this game for the younger set who are watching all the big kids start out on their school adventure.  Enjoy!

Sunday, 5 August 2012

Circus Cupcake Toppers

Well it's crunch time here at A Child's Place... Friday is our backyard carnival and I am so excited for the kids :).  I will have several stations of games set up as well as a photo booth area with dress up clothes.  My husband is home on vacation and volunteered to man the concession booth and bbq for us so the children will be able to 'buy' their lunch with tickets.  We also happen to be celebrating a birthday for one of the children... so much fun in one day!  I decided to put my newest clipart set to good use by creating these cupcake toppers for our dessert to tie in our carnival theme with the birthday party.  Enjoy!

Thursday, 26 July 2012


Had to share our elephant craft from this week.  Scrunch 2 pieces of newspaper into a ball and place in a lunch bag sized paper bag.  Cut out ears from grey construction paper... we didn't have any, so we painted white construction paper when we did the bag.  Paint the bag and then twist the top to create a trunk.  Make sure to do this when the paint is wet!  When dry, add googly eyes, ears, and tusks if desired.  You could place the head on a dowel to create a puppet too.

Monday, 23 July 2012

Holy Heat Wave

Back in the 40's here and it is so brutally hot!!!  At this rate, I will be so happy to see Fall arrive! 

I have started drawing a circus clipart set and wanted to use my juggling clown; so, even before the big reveal of the new set, here's a little game I created with one of the images from the set.  Enjoy :)

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Bring In The Clowns

I can't believe how incredibly busy I am this summer so you may not hear from me as often as I would like.  I created this template for the children to cut/paste their own clown craft, but it can also be used to create a cute feltboard set... enjoy!

Monday, 9 July 2012

Nutella Wrap

If your kids love Nutella, then this is a quick and easy breakfast wrap to make.  Just spread Nutella on a wrap and add chopped strawberries (or any other favourite fruit... I'm thinking bananas would be excellent) then roll!  As you can see, it's a favourite here (not for me though... not a huge fan of the chocolate spread ;)... but a couple of bites were taken when I went to grab my camera LOL.

If you are making this for a grab and go breakfast, just fold the top and bottom in before rolling so none of the strawberries fall out - cut in half - then place standing up in a ziplock baggie.

Friday, 6 July 2012

Circus Game

Hey everyone!  I've just returned from a road trip to the Great White North... what an awesome vacation!  It was my home town's 75th celebration and I was able to get together with family and also with friends I haven't seen for decades!!!  So, if you were wondering where I was... now you know ;).

This summer, we will be experiencing circus life with our 'Under The Big Top' theme.  I stumbled across these amazing graphics at The Graphics Fairy and had to create some games for my crew... Enjoy!

Tuesday, 26 June 2012


We are finishing off our Robert Munsch author unit with The Paper Bag Princess.  The children were thrilled with their crowns :). 

Print the crown template on card paper then paint yellow.  When dry, cover with glitter glue, let dry, then cut out.    (You can sprinkle glitter onto glue, but I find that always comes off all over the house, but the glitter glue seems to stay put.)  Then add jewels.  I purchased a bag with tons of jewels at Dollarama.  They had blue/green/diamond and pink/purple/diamond bags.  We didn't even use 1/2 the bag for 4 crowns so will have to think of another great project for them.  Once the glue dries, add a strip of yellow fun foam measured to fit child's head and it's ready to wear!

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Father's Day Coupon Book

Hey everyone - it's been a long week for me ... I contracted a horrible flu bug early this week and it knocked me down and out - hope that I don't experience that again!  If you are looking for a cute last minute gift idea for Dad or a 'something extra' to put in with Dad's gift, print out this coupon book...  the gift that keeps on giving :)!

Monday, 11 June 2012

Our Morning Visitors

Momma was too busy playing with her little one to get him home on time!  They were so super cute that I had to run out with my camera and snap a few pictures. 

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Father's Day Cupcake Toppers

What a wonderful weekend here in Southern Ontario - I'm still in major pain, but hoping that it subsides soon... how long can it go on?... right?!  I created these cupcake toppers for Dad's special day.  Bake up a batch of his favourite cupcakes and add the toppers to surprise him :).

Saturday, 9 June 2012

Father's Day Card

I'm putting of taking pain meds for about another hour cause I have to go out and don't want them to completely wear off when I'm with friends SO... this is going to be very short and sweet cause I'm grumpy!!!  I made the Father's Day colouring page into a card... just print and fold - the children can colour the picture and draw something cute inside :).

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Father's Day Colouring Page

It's a crazy Thursday here... sun/rain/thunderstorm/sun again - blink and the weather changes!  I've been busy creating to take my mind off this throbbing toothache - hopefully I'll get some relief soon!  Here is a Father's Day colouring page to print off for your kiddo's :).

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Luv Saturday Mornings

Ahhhhhhhhh, nothing like a relaxing Saturday morning!  I'm enjoying some computer time today and wanted to start sharing some Father's Day printables with you.  I created this game last year (I think)... it's a fun little game to put out at a table and easy for the little ones to play unassisted.  Enjoy!

Monday, 28 May 2012

Little Monster's Balloons

Hey everyone... today is a special day for me... it's my 50th birthday and I wanted to celebrate with everyone with a fun share :).  I hope you enjoy Little Monster's Balloons - included in the pack is an emergent reader and two worksheets.  Happy Monday!!