The rain is coming down and it’s finally sherpa weather so I’d say it’s the perfect day to share a few WINTER freebies! Some new and some old, but all perfect for this time of year. If you see something you fancy just click the photo to grab it for FREE!
Have you come across these adorable Dollar Tree wreaths? I love using them to add a little holiday fun to centers. Practice counting syllables with this Christmas themed syllable sort!
These little ten frame snowman cards are perfect for working on counting and number identification. Pair them with some @target wooden figures or mini erasers and you’ve got a ready-made center.
Who’s doing a penguin theme soon? I absolutely LOVE how this shape penguin craft turned out last year and can’t wait to pull it out again this year.
Grab this set of twelve color Santa tracing strips in my shop and practice those pre-writing skills! This is great fine motor work and also helps to teach left to right directionality.
Do your littles like roll and trace activities? This one is great for practicing number writing 1-12 and makes for an easy anytime activity.
Snowball coverall is a fun game where students get to get in a little gross motor work while identifying numbers 1-10.
I am a big fan of letter cards and these mini cards can be used for so many things! Think writing trays, match activities, alphabet order, etc.
This easy to make ornament is sitting on my tree right now and it is just the cutest! Pull up the FREE template in PowerPoint, add in your little ones picture, then print, and glitter for a VERY LOW/NO cost gift.
Does your staff lounge or workplace need a little joy? This time of year can be super busy and tiring, but this freebie helps us to look for and share the JOY, big or small.
I am loving these snow globe color sort mats. Practice color sorting by pairing them with colored pom-poms and tongs or get creative and put together a rainbow color sensory bin like I shared HERE.
Need a simple gift idea for the littles in your class or your kiddos class? This “bright and bubble” tag is super cute and easily attaches to any bubbles for a quick and inexpensive gift.
I sure hope you found a freebie that works for you. These are my favorite freebies that I’ve created over the last few years and I’m just so glad that I get to share them with you. Happy weekend!