Tuesday, March 20, 2012

A Little Something You Might Like!

Yeahhh!  I finally posted during the week.... I am setting goals!  One goal is to post about 3 times a week.  Another goal of mine is to post some pics of my classroom.  I am so terrible about  pictures.  I take them, but they never seem to wind up here.   Anyway, I decided it's time to change my blogging habits!

I have some kinders who still need help with hearing beginning and ending sounds. I made this simple beginning and ending sound literacy station.  I wanted to share it with you.  Let's hope this will help them to move on!
Just click on the picture above to get your copy and please leave a comment. I would really appreciate you following my blog too....  It would make my day!
Have a great rest of your week!

And...... The Pack is in the Sweet 16!  Whooooo Hoooo!  Let's go Pack!

31 comments:

Busy Bees said...

Thanks for the freebie, Pam. We are still having fun wrapping up St. Patty's this week. The kids love rainbows...especially the ROYGBIV!!
Robynn
BusyBees

Mrs. Krull said...

This is great! My intervention group is always so excited when they have a lovely activity to practice their skills with! Thanks for sharing! I'm looking forward to using this with my kiddos!

Mrs. Krull
Of Primary Importance

Louanne said...

I love this and really need it with my kids!! Thanks for sharing - you are awesome! :)


My Kindergarten Kids

S. Parker said...

Thank you! It makes me feel better to know that I'm not the only one who has kiddos still struggling with initial and final sounds. I plan on using this soon!

Emily W. said...

This is perfect! I've got some little ones struggling, too. It'll really help them. And you're so kind for posting it for free.

Nicole said...

I love the visual!! I still have friends that need help with beginning and ending, too! Thanks for sharing!

On another note, I might have to take you up on that offer of helping with my blog... what are some good ways to reach more people/ get more followers?? No rush, I'd love to hear any advice you have for me!

Thanks!
Nicole
Rowdy in Room 300

Mrs. Bailey said...

This is so great! TFS It will be a perfect addition to my Literacy Centers for next week.

-Jenna
Klassy Kinders

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

This is awesome!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Mrs. Ryan said...

Thank you for being so generous! I am trying to find more literacy work station activities, and this will be perfect! Have a great day!

Mrs. McKown said...

This is great! Thank you for sharing!
❤Mrs. McKown
Little Literacy Learners

Deeanna said...

Thanks so much for the Freebies! I will use them in my literacy centers.

tmarie said...

So wonderful of you to share! Thanks!
Tessa
Spotlight on Kindergarten

Anonymous said...

I LOVE YOUR STUFF! Keep it coming sister! I am going to be moving to Kinder next year from First...and I am on the hunt for great resources...ESPECIALLY FREE RESOURCES! You are the best!

Beadboard said...

thank you so much for sharing your hard work & fantastic ideas! You truly love little ones & your fellow teachers. God bless you REAL good.

Nicki said...

thanks for sharing. I'd like to second your cheer of go Pack go

Diana Styles said...

This is so cute! Thank you so much for sharine
Diana Styles

Ms.Trinh said...

Everything you do is awesome! Thanks for always sharing.

The Teacher Tattles

Amy said...

I love this!!!!!!! I am so happy I found your blog through the Kinder-2nd Linky Party. I've love it if you'd stop on by my blog when you get a chance. I'm off to explore your blog now. :)

Amy
Krazy About Kiddos

Andrea Sockwell said...

Perfect addition to my spring theme centers.

~Andrea

Kinder Learning Garden said...

Wow!
Your creations are aligned so appropriatly with what we are doing in class with our kinders!
Thank you!

mystrerdr said...

Love this and I have kiddos who definitely need help in this area also! Thank you for sharing.

Keys4Education said...

Absolutely adorable! Thank you so much for sharing! :o)

B. Roper said...

Thanks for the great freebie! I always love your ideas! Go Tar Heels!

Sue said...

I am watching Marquette tonight and blogging. Right now MU is behind and Wisconsin already lost! So not a lot of cheering at my house. Thanks for the freebie and thanks for sharing all your ideas. I left an award for you on my blog! Please stop by and see. :)
http://theverybusykindergarten.blogspot.com/2012/03/top-15-lovely-blogs.html

Sue

Peterson's Primary Peeps said...

Thank you that game! I have been setting goals as well... Check out my blog for a free Easter download and idea. (:)lots of pictures)
Michelle
http://petersonsprimarypeeps.blogspot.com

Farrah J said...

I love the books also! Thank you so much for always providing such cute and perfect activities for each one! Can't wait for the surprise. :)

Mrs. O'Connor's Kinders said...

I love this activity- using it during word work this week! :) Thank you!

J. Henry said...

Love this activity! Thanks for sharing! I know my kiddos are going to LOVE it!!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome!! Thankyou :)
Hannah

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing such a lovely work. I'll use it in this summer reading camp.

Emily said...

Pam, thank you for the freebie! My kids are having a problem with beginning and ending sound recognition also. Hopefully this game will help them learn while they are also having fun! Oh, I also love the rainbow, it's just in time for spring, even though the weather is not cooperating! It's snowing here today.

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