Author Study: Mem Fox

In my Y!Group, we like to do author and book studies.  So much learning is focused around themes and stories.

Most recently we did Mem Fox.  She’s definitely a favorite children’s book author.  Her books are so fun to read and really draw the kids in.  Her illustrators always draw the perfect pictures for the story.  Everything is paired very well.  I used to love to read her books to Miss K.  Our favorite was Harriet, You’ll Drive Me Wild.  We read it over and over!!

As I always try to do, I created a couple printables to go with our Mem Fox author study.  I have only been able to get a couple things created for it.  I’m not going to say that I’ll make more, because I’m just not sure!!  I wanted to with Richard Scarry and it just didn’t happen.  Time seems to be premium!!  However, I did get a magnification game and an interactive preposition book done for Mem’s works.  I really like the book and hope that you do as well.

Here’s a thumbnail view of some of the printables available….

If you’re interested in these Mem Fox printables, just…..

**PLEASE NOTE: Books and characters © Mem Fox and the publishers – I in no way lay claim to ownership of the characters, images, books, or anything else pertaining to Mem Fox.**

If you enjoy my blog, use my printables, or just like what you see, please click one or both of the buttons below to rate or vote for my blog. This helps me to know if I’m doing what is what my readers want and need. Thank you in advance!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs






The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Rainbows

This is a very small share today, but it’s all that I have for now.  We’ve been really busy and I just haven’t had the time to do everything that I wanted to.  This was for a challenge in my group and this was all I got done!!  Not very impressive.  HAHA

Anyway, the challenge was rainbows.  These are a couple of things that I made for it.  There’s Rainbow Word Family sorting mats for -an, -ap, -in, and -ip.  The player will look at the image and sort it to the mat for the word family that it belongs to.  There’s also a worksheet.  The other item is A Rainbow of Numbers in which the player fills in the missing spaces with the correct numbers from 0 – 50.

Here’s a thumbnail view of the completed printables available….

If you’re interested in any or all of these royal printables, just…..

If you enjoy my blog, use my printables, or just like what you see, please click one or both of the buttons below to rate my blog. This helps me to know if I’m doing what is what my readers want and need. Thank you in advance!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs






The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Mr. Men and Little Miss on a Special Day

I just wanted to remind you that I’ve been nominated as one of the “Top 25 Homeschooling Blogs” at Circle of Moms. I’d appreciate your vote by clicking the button above. On my voting page, just click the orange thumbs-up button to vote. You can vote ONCE A DAY until 11 May 2011.



Yesterday, 9 May would have been Roger Hargreaves’ 76th birthday.  He’s most known for his Mr. Men and Little Miss series of books.  Other works by him include John Mouse, Hippo Potto and Mouse, Roundy and Squarey, among several others.

In my group, one of our themes was an author study on Roger Hargreaves.  Since I didn’t know much about him, I focused on the Mr. Men and Little Miss series.  I made several printables to go with it, although not as many as I wanted to!!  Almost everything, except for the puzzles is made with images of the book covers.  Some of the items that I created were tic-tac-toe, magnification, memory, and more.  In honor of his birthday, although a day late, I’d like to share them with all of you!!

**PLEASE NOTE:  The Mr. Men and Little Miss character © Roger Hargreaves – I in no way lay claim to ownership of the characters, graphics, books, or anything else pertaining to “Mr. Men and Little Miss” or the publishing of Roger Hargreaves works.**

Here’s a thumbnail view of the printables available….

If you’re interested in any or all of these Mr. Men and Little Miss printables, just…..

As I stated, I didn’t get to make everything that I wanted to.  Time just seems to get away from me.  I do want to let you know that if you like these, I do take requests.  You can just leave a comment of what you want or need and I’ll let your know by replying to that comment if I can do it or not and when it’ll be ready.  However, I should warn that sometimes it takes a little while for me to get to it, so NO rush jobs!!

If you enjoy my blog, use my printables, or just like what you see, please click one or both of the buttons below to rate my blog. This helps me to know if I’m doing what is what my readers want and need. Thank you in advance!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs





The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Royal Printables

I just wanted to remind you that I’ve been nominated as one of the “Top 25 Homeschooling Blogs” at Circle of Moms. I’d appreciate your vote by clicking the button above. On my voting page, just click the orange thumbs-up button to vote. You can vote ONCE A DAY until 11 May 2011.



I was able to find some time to create the “royal” printables that I mentioned in my Royal Wedding post.  I didn’t get quite as many completed as I wanted, but there is a variety of items.  This was a really fun project for me, especially as much as I did enjoy the Royal Wedding.  Please just remember that these aren’t actual “royal” printables or images.  I just did a prince and princess theme, so they’ll be able to be used by everyone and they are exclusive to my blog readers!!

Right now, there’s 4 printables ready to go and 1 more in the works that will be posted yet tonight.  First off is Castle Memory Match that is 15 pretty castles to print 2 copies of and play memory match with.  It also includes an envelope to store the cards in.  Next, is an alphabet file folder game.  There’s actually 2 games….one for upper case and one for lower case.  They are The Royal Alphabet and the player fills in the missing spaces with the correct letter of the alphabet.  Also available is Princess & Prince Charming Color Match, which is a set of 2-part cards.  The color of the Princesses sceptre is matched to Prince Charming’s color word.  Finally, there’s another file folder game for numbers.  They are numbers 0-50 and the player will fill in the missing spaces with the correct number.  This final game is The Royal Numbers.

Here’s a thumbnail view of the completed printables available….

If you’re interested in any or all of these royal printables, just…..

If you enjoy my blog, use my printables, or just like what you see, please click one or both of the buttons below to rate my blog.  This helps me to know if I’m doing what is what my readers want and need.  Thank you in advance!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs



UPDATE 1:  I’ve completed the project that I was working on.  It’s called Sticksalot Medieval Times Complete-the-Pattern and there’s a variety of these pattern cards.  The patterning is AB, ABC, AAB, ABB, AABC, ABBC, and ABCC.  These were really fun to make!!  If you’re interested in these patterning cards, simply click the download button above.

UPDATE 2:  I just had to do one more royal printable for you all!!  This is a set of Crown Mirror Cards.  A mirror is held up along the line and by viewing the mirror, the image is completed.  This teaches symmetry and more.  Oh, and these are various crowns from different countries and different ages.


The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Miscellaneous Monday

I just wanted to remind you that I’ve been nominated as one of the “Top 25 Homeschooling Blogs” at Circle of Moms.  I’d appreciate your vote by clicking the button above.  On my voting page, just click the orange thumbs-up button to vote. You can vote ONCE A DAY until 11 May 2011.

I have a variety of printables to share with you today, that’s why I’m calling it “Miscellaneous Monday”!! I hope that you can find something that you need or an use in this miscellany of printables!!

First up is 2 sets of puzzle cards.  The first is Froggy Catching Fly Count 0-25 Puzzle Cards.  These feature cute frogs attempting to catch 0-25 flies.  Match the number of flies to the number word.  Then there’s Froggy Colors, which has a wide variety of colors.  Use them all for older kids and the basics for smaller kids.  Both of these sets include a storage envelope for the pieces.  You can find them here.

For all you “The Little Mermaid” fans, I’ve got several things for you!!  There’s a The Little Mermaid Tic-Tac-Toe that has a pretty game board and several player tokens.  There’s also a storage envelope for all the pieces.  The Little Mermaid & Friends Shape Match are 2-piece puzzle cards.  Match Ariel’s shape to the shape words that her friends have.  For beginning writers, there’s The Little Mermaid’s Alphabet Tracing Cards.  Each card features a character from the movie along with tracing each letter in upper and lower case, 3 times.  The Little Mermaid’s Counting 0-20 Puzzle Cards have Ariel with the numeral, that number of her friends, and the number word all as pieces that fit to make a completed puzzle card.  There’s also a storage envelope with this one.  Finally, there’s The Little Mermaid’s Follow the Pattern.  These are pattern cards where there is a pattern, then it is followed below.  Also includes a storage envelope for all the pattern pieces.    You can find all these in “The Little Mermaid” folder.  **PLEASE NOTE:  The Little Mermaid character © Walt Disney – I in no way lay claim to ownership of the characters, graphics, movie, or anything else pertaining to “The Little Mermaid” or Walt Disney.**

For our spring weather, there’s Rain Gear Match-Up.  The pattern/texture is matched for the raincoat, boots, hat, and umbrella on the rain gear mat.  Lots of varieties of patterns/textures and also the rain gear.  For those that might still be experiencing cold weather, there’s also Winter Clothing Match-Up.  The coat, scarf, hat, and mittens with matching patterns/textures are placed on the winter mat.

Here’s a collage of just a few things I’m offering for Miscellaneous Monday, but remember this isn’t everything named above!!  So here’s your peak….

I think that’s about all for today!!  I warned you that it was quite the mix of things and very miscellaneous.  I hope that you and the kids enjoy them!!

As always, I’d appreciate it if you clicked on one….or all….of the buttons below to vote/rate my blog.  Also, your comments are greatly appreciated!!  By doing either or both of those things, it lets me know that my printables are being used and that I’m creating things that people need.  Therefore, I use it all as input and it helps me to be able to keep offering these items.  Thanks in advance!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs
Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare



The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Blogiversary Gift for My Readers

Yesterday was my blogiversary.  My blog was 3 years old!!  Time sure does fly when you’re having fun.  I would have never guessed that I could call my blog “successful” after that long.  I think that I can though because I have some very loyal followers.  I also have many parents, religion teachers, teachers, and families that use and benefit from my FREE printables!!

I tried to come up with a theme that would be fun for me to create in such a short amount of time.  I also wanted it to be something that could benefit my readers as well.  What I came up with was Froglet Puddle Jumers!!  These are cute frogs in all kinds of positions, along with ducks, rabbits, cats, and other cute animals ready for the spring rains.  I think it’s perfect for my free theme pack that I’ve made exclusively for my readers!!

Currently, I only have 3 items made that can immediately be downloaded.  I will be adding more to it tomorrow as time permits.  I will add notes to THIS post as I upload them and they’re ready for you to download.  So, stay tuned!!

The first printable that I have is Froglets Alphabet Tracing Cards.  These feature the cute frogs on each card for the kids to trace.  There is a capital and a lower case letter in sets of 3 on each card.  Next is Puddle Jumpers Number Tracing Cards.  These cards have the cute rain critters on each card, along with the numeral and number word for the kids to trace.  For both sets of cards, you can punch a hole in the corner and put on a metal ring.  If a dry erase marker or Vis-aVis marker is used, laminate them and they’ll last a long time!!

The last printable that I have ready to download tonight are suffix mats.  The player will place a root word on the suffix mat to see if it forms a new word.  There’s also a worksheet to go along with these Froglet Puddle Jumpers Suffix Mats.  The suffixes for the mats are -er, – est, -ly, -ness, -ful, and -less.

Here’s a collage thumbnail of what some of the items in this theme look like….

If you’re interested in this fun and cute exclusive readers gift, just…..

If you use these FREE printables, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activities. I use your input to create from and need to know if I’m making what’s needed and being used!! Also, if you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click one (or all) of the buttons below or in the right hand column under “Rate My Blog” to vote for me. Thanks you very much!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs
Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare




UPDATE 1:  Right before bed, I was able upload another game.  There’s a sudoku game with 2 different boards available for download.  It can be found by clicking the download button above!!


The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Spring Time

I thought that since spring is in the air, I’d share a nice spring printable with you.  This stems from an idea that literally just really hit me one day.  I made a couple notes and as soon as I had time, I went to work on it.  Because I knew what I wanted to do, it didn’t take long at all.  That really surprised hubby how quick I could work through one that I knew exactly what I wanted.

Anyway, this is a file folder game to help learn time.  Players move around the game board by identifying the digital time, and then correctly setting that time on the analog clock.  The clock is a cute smiling spring flower!!  There are also “watering can” cards that can help….or hinder movement around the game board.

Just a few directions before you download it!!  First, the game board would be mounted inside a file folder and laminated.  The flower clock would be printed on card stock and laminated to help it last longer, as well as the hands of the clock.  Mount the hands with a brad and the hands will move perfectly!!  There are optional card backs for the “watering can” cards to identify them, but none for the time cards.  The cards are different sizes though!!

Here’s a collage thumbnail of what some of the game looks like….

Alright, so if you’re interested in this fun and cute spring time ffg, just…..

If you use the file folder game, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activities. I use your input to create from and need to know if I’m making what’s needed and being used!! Also, if you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click one (or all) of the buttons below or in the right hand column under “Rate My Blog” to vote for me. Thanks you very  much!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs
Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare


P.S. Don’t forget that spring and flowers are one of God’s gifts to us, so this could very easily fit into a Christian educational program for Sunday School, Christian classroom, or wherever you think it could fit!!

 

The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!!

To celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss, I have several printables to share with you.  His birthday is Wednesday, 2 March.  I hope that gives you enough time to use it and for the kids to have fun with it!!

I’ve created several new items this year and I’ve updated a couple from last year.  They all very in age/grade level, so there’s something for everyone!!  I’m going to give you a brief title and description of each one and then you can go download what you want.  I do hope you can use most, if not all of them!!

First of all, from last year, there is a Dr. Seuss calendar set.  This has a variety of characters from his books.  There’s also a Counting the Cat’s Hats, which are 3-part cards.  Next is The Shape of Thing 1 and Thing 2.  They’re 2-part cards for matching shape to shape word.  Finally from last year is The Colors of the Lorax’s Truffle Trees.  These are also 2-part cards for matching the color of the truffle tree to the color word.

For this year, I really wanted to use the books of Dr. Seuss….and I did just that!!  First is a The Books of Dr. Seuss Cards (and box).  These can be used for memory match, “Go Fish”, and “Old Maid”.  I even added an extra card for the “old maid”!!  There’s The Books of Dr. Seuss Pattern Strips that feature several patterns like AB, AAB, ABBC, and a variety more.  I also did a Magnifying the Books of Dr. Seuss, where the kids use a magnifying glass to look at the tiny image and then match the full size image to it.  Finally, there’s The Books of Dr. Seuss Sudoku.  This is a simple version for the little ones!!  You can get all these free downloads below.

I also made a couple character related activities.  First up are 2 sets of counting strips for 10 Apples Up On Top.  One, is a counting strip where they add the number of apples on their heads.  The second, the apples are up on top and they color the number of apples indicated.  Their download is below. 

You’ll also find Dr. Seuss tic-tac-toe with 2 game boards and a variety of tokens.  Finally, there is A Rainbow of Eggs and Ham.  These are 2-part cards for matching the color of the eggs and ham to the color word….and they do feature Sam I Am!!

Now if you’re interested in the “Books of Dr. Seuss” materials, just click to….

16225568-download-icon

If you’d like to download the activities for Ten Apples Up On Top, just click to….

16225568-download-icon

**PLEASE NOTE: Dr. Seuss, Books, and Characters © Seuss Enterprises – I in no way lay claim to ownership of the character, images, books, or anything else pertaining to Dr. Seuss.  These printables are for educational purposes only!!**

One final note for these materials.  I plan on creating a couple more things this week for Dr. Seuss’ birthday.  I know this is a theme that many are working on right now.  So please, be sure to check back and look for updates to this post!!

If you use my printables and games, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activity. I use your input to know if what I create is used and also if I’m making things that kids enjoy.   Also, If you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click one (or all) of the buttons below or in the right hand column under “Rate My Blog”.  Thanks you!!

Vote For Use @ Top Mommy Blogs
Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare

Update 1: I know, the week is almost over and I’m just now getting to add my reader exclusive for Dr. Seuss.  Just been a busy week and I couldn’t get time to work on things I wanted.  It’s here now though!!  The first reader exclusive is Green Eggs and Ham Counting 0-20 Cards (& Envy).  It’s played like memory match where the player chooses to match the number of dots, numeral, or number word.  They could also play to match all 3!!  I also included an envelope to store the cards in.  Oh, and I forgot the best part of all…..my hubby drew the graphics for these cards for me!!  They’re great and I hope that you enjoy the game that I made with them.  To download this, just click here.  I still intend on getting one more reader exclusive game up, so that only leaves tomorrow.  No promises, but I’m going to try my best!!

Update 2: I know the week is over that everyone pretty much focuses on Dr. Seuss, but I made this and really want to share it.  I’m really happy with how it turned out.  It’s There’s a Wocket in My Pocket! Color Match Pockets.  The player matches the color on the Wocket to the matching pocket.  I created this in 2 versions.  One is a very bright and colorful background and the other is just a white background for low ink usage (identified by LO).  I really hope that you can use these now….or in the future and that the kids really have fun with them.  You can find this file folder game (ffg) here.

All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are provided for free. However they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may NOT be published on any websites/blogs or other electronic media, distributed in any manner, uploaded to any file sharing service/storage, or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share the materials that you download with them. Copyright © 2008-Present. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted. This means that unless it is specified otherwise, all content within this blog and downloads are the private property of Elaine and The Schoolhouse. All materials on this blog and downloads are copyright (© Elaine, © The Schoolhouse, and © Commotion) and misuse or abuse is subject to legal action.

Valentine’s Day Learning Fun

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, so I thought I had better get my Valentine’s Day printables posted for you!!  I’ve created several items, and if you watch this post over the weekend, you’ll see updates for more games uploaded.  Everything that I’m sharing is for Valentine’s Day.

The first item is A Time for Love 3-part puzzle cards.  These cards have an analog clock, digital time, and the time in words.  The puzzle pieces are matched up.  Next is Have a Heart Mirror Cards.  I’m so happy with the way these turned out.  All the images are hearts that the kids look at in the mirror to enforce symmetry.  There’s also A Heart of Many Colors 2-part cards.  For these, they kids match up the color hearts with the color words.

You will also find Sweetness & Love Alphabet Clothespin Cards.  Use a clothespin, dry erase marker, paper clip, or other such item to match the upper case letter to the lower letter that’s shown.  These use adorable sweetheart cupcakes for graphics!!  I’ve also included an older creation of mine.  It’s Valentine Stamp Pattern worksheets.  They will finish the pattern that is started.  The patterning goes from simple to a bit more complex.

Finally, there’s an exclusive for my blog readers!!  It’s called Count on Love and it’s a 0-20 flipbook.  They will match the numeral, number of roses, and number word.  Anything else that I post this weekend, will also be reader exclusives, so stay tuned!!

If you’re interested in any of these printable games and worksheets, just click the button below….

If you use my printables, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activity. I can only create from the input that I get from those that use it most often!! Also, If you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click one (or all) of the buttons below or in the right hand column under “Rate My Blog”. Thanks!!


Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare

UPDATE 1: My first update is ready!!  The newest item that I’ve created to share is The Shapes of Love.  These are 2-part cards where the shape is on the top card and is matched to the shape word on the lower part of the card.  These feature a cute peck on the cheeks graphics and you can find them by clicking on the download button above!!

UPDATE 2: I’ve added a new file for you to download for Valentine’s Day.  This one is all about money!!  These 2-part cards are The Price of Being Love Birds and use 4 coins to make amounts found on the Valentine’s Day gifts.  There’s adorable love birds that accompany the coins and a variety of gifts….that obviously aren’t the correct prices, but work for the concept of the game!!  HAHA  Anyway, you can find them by clicking the download button above.

UPDATE 3: Something new has been added exclusively for my readers!!  This one is Have A Heart 0-20 Clothespin Cards.  This is used by counting the hearts on the card, then marking the amount that there is.  One could use a clothespin, dry erase marker (if laminated), paperclip, or other such item to mark the correct number.  I’m not sure if this is the last one or not.  I do have another idea, but it’s a matter of getting it out of my head and completed BEFORE it’s too late!!  HAHA

 

The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.

Green Bay Packers (and Super Bowl XLV) Games

For all you Green Bay Packers fans and those of you that will be watching Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, I have some printable games to share with you.  These can be played by kids, as well as adults.  They’ll liven up any Super Bowl party and add some fun or they can keep the kids busy while you watch!!

Right now, I have Green Bay Packers jigsaw puzzles in various sizes and numbers of pieces.  I created a set of number strip puzzles featuring the Packers and Super Bowl.  These number strip puzzles are counting by 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10.

There’s also a HUGE set of Packers QB Memory cards that can be used for other games as well.  They could be used “Old Maid”, “Go Fish”, or other games.  There’s also a storage box for the cards.

I made a 4×4 Packers Sudoku game.  There’s 3 game boards.  You’ll also find Super Bowl XLV tic-tac-toe with a choice of 2 game boards and 3 tokens for each team.

Finally, there’s a Green Bay Packers Fun Pack.  This includes “Touchdown” (tic tac toe), “Packers” (checkers) and “Lambeau Leap” (bingo).  These are all meant to be laminated and used with a dry erase marker for use over and over.  This is really a FUN PACK for anytime!!

You can find all these Green Bay Packers and Super Bowl XLV games by clicking the button…..

I hope that you enjoy these fun printable games, and if you use my printables, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activity. I can only create from the input that I get from those that use it most often!! Also, If you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click one (or all) of the buttons below or in the right hand column under “Rate My Blog”. Thanks!!


Childcare Topsites: Owned By Leah's Place Childcare

** UPDATE 1: I just added a Green Bay Packers Magnified game to the file.  Players use a magnifying glass to view the small images, then match the big image card to the small image they see.  Just click the “Download Now” button above to be taken to the folder to download this new printable game!!

** UPDATE 2: I’ve added Super Bowl XLV Time 2-part cards.  These cards are for 15 minutes.  They feature both teams along with the Super Bowl XLV logo.

** UPDATE 3: I just added Super Bowl XLV Scoring Graph to the file.  This can be used by adults and kids during the big game for keeping score.  Each line represents 3 points.

 

The information that is posted on this blog is general information. It is not intended to substitute for obtaining advice from your principal, church or DRE. It is for informational and educational purposes only. All activities, games, information, etc. on this blog are free; however they are ONLY to be used for classroom and personal use. They may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. If you know someone who would benefit from these materials, please refer them to this blog. Do NOT share your materials with them. Copyright © 2008-2011. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.