Here are some highlights from our early literacy shelf (pictured above) in January:
What’s Missing on the Snowman? from A Child’s Place. Scroll down to the “printouts” section near the bottom of the page for this free printable PDF.
Snowman Sequencing from Teach It With Class.
I Have, Who Has… Winter Words from Kindergarten Squared. This is a fun vocabulary development activity you can do with one child or a group of kids. In our class, the children love to do it with a few buddies.
And a Little Bit of Math…
Roll the Dice and Build a Snowman from 2 Teaching Mommies. (The 2 Teaching Mommies site is no longer available, but you can find a similar printable here from KiddyCharts – click the second image at this link to access the printable PDF.)
Snowflake counting. I got the snowmen cards from First Grade Garden.
Counting Buttons on the Snowmen from Miss-Kindergarten. (This printable is no longer available from Miss-Kindergarten, but here’s another resource for a free snowman-themed counting activity from Oh Boy Homeschool.)
Roll the dice and cover the snowflake from Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers. (This printable is now part of a packet and is no longer a freebie, but the packet does come with 10+ fun printable activities for your early math and literacy areas!)
In the Trillium Montessori Shop