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Swing into Spring! Math & Literacy Activities for PreK and Kindergarten
Primary Inspiration by Linda Nelson
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Celebrate spring in your classroom with this packet of a dozen math and literacy activities for preschool and kindergarten. 58 pages of hands-on learning, from alphabet to sight words, from ten frames to pictographs!
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Swing into Spring is a packet of 12 literacy and math games and activities designed for use in PreK and kindergarten classrooms. The set consists of…

* Farm Animal Alphabet cards: an uppercase and a lowercase set, for sequencing, matching, and memory      games
* b/d Letter Sort cards and mats for sorting
* 6 Word Cards & coordinating letter sets for building spring words
* "Fun in the Spring" sight word game board and 40 word cards
* 8 spring sentence models with word cards for your pocket chart center
* A class book cover and template for individual student pages
* Seed Sorts: 22 colorful seed packets for sorting flowers vs. fruits and vegetables
* Number/Numeral Matching cards, 1-10
* Farm Animal Pictograph, with a spinner and tokens
* Fill Up Your Barn! game boards & cube, for practice with counting, subitizing, and ten frames
* Eggs in a Basket game, for practice with counting and with reading number words
* 4 spring-themed individual incentive/behavior cards

There's enough here to keep your little learners happily engaged all through the spring! Thanks for your interest in this resource!

Linda Nelson

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I'm proud to have been a teacher for 26 years, with most of my experience and my happiest days spent in the primary grades. I've taught Reading Recovery, Basic Skills, first grade, and even a first grade literacy intervention class. As a big believer in hands-on learning, you'll see that center activities and games are among my favorite resources to create! Student engagement is key to learning that lasts, so I strive to create differentiated fun activities that will keep your students excited about learning!

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