Enviornmental Print and a Flash Freebie

This week has been crazy!  I even missed my favorite linky on Friday.  My daughter fractured her foot and the cast came off on Wednesday.  She was put in a walking boot for two weeks.  At about 4:30 on Friday, she changed out of her school uniform and felt a pop.  We ended up at the emergency after hour doctor's office, only to find that they believe there is another fracture on a different bone!!!  WHAT???  We go back to the orthopedic doctor on Monday. 

Besides using names, I love using environmental print with kindergarten students to help practice letters and sounds!

This is a FANTASTIC resource from Jennifer at Herding Kats in Kindergarten.  If you click on the picture it will take you to the blog posting where you can download it! 

Right now we are using it as a book, but pretty soon, we will be using the cards as well, especially when we start sorting by beginning sounds. 

Here is my newest freebie (Sight Word Matching Game) plus another Flash Freebie for Fall! Until 8pm CST.

I got a little fall decorating done this week...I was inspired by Cara Caroll's post last weekend!


  1. Environmental print is such a great way to encourage reading with young kids! Thanks for sharing the link to the book!

    Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade
    Mrs. Wheeler TpT

  2. I am getting ready to do some environmental print with some of my kindergarten students. Thank you for the link! Your fall decorating looks great!
    Conversations in Literacy


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