{Free} Printables Linky Party

With all of the changes I have made to both Thing 1 and Thing 2′s curricula, I have started making a few more printables again so that I can tailor the curriculum to their individual interest.

This week was the first week using Thing 1′s new math curriculum.  This is the third curriculum we have used.  This week we spent some time matching the numbers 0-10 to the corresponding words.  Thing 1 loves trains, so this week I revamp an old engine shed game into a practice activity and game.  The activity was divided into two parts; the numbers 0-5 and 5-10.  To practice the number/word recognition, you roll the die (provided) and then have your child park their car, train, truck, whatever on the correct spot.  For the game, two or more people take turns rolling the die.  The first person to fill their board wins.  Both games were big hits with Thing 1.  You can read a little more about the activities {HERE}.  You can download the printables {HERE}.

The second activity is a simple number/word matching game.  You can read a little more about the activities {HERE}.  You can download the printables {HERE}.

This week I continued reviewing the alphabet with Thing 2.  We worked on the Yummy Letter B.  Thing 2 is really enjoying helping me in the kitchen with the different recipes we have been making.  You can read more about his week {HERE}.

Each download includes:
Pre Write Practice
Writing Practice
Letter Maze
Poking Page
Puzzle
Patterns (AB and ABB)
Roll and Graph
Cutting Page
Color and Cutting Page

Get the download {HERE}.

The blog post dedicated to Thing 2′s week contains the blueberry muffin recipe as well as a few other activities we did that relate to our letter B week.

I also made a version of the parking game for Thing 2.  Using a regular die (provide.) Have your child roll the die and count the dots.  Then he parked his car on the corresponding number.  Thing 2 enjoyed his version of the game and used a car, instead of a train.

You can get the download of the roll and park game {HERE}.

What have you created this week? It’s your turn to share.

Now it’s your turn, what have you created this week?

1.  Please link directly to you blog post that contains your {Free} Printables.  That makes it easier to find!
2.  Please link back to Raising the Cameron Clan somewhere on your blog.  This will allow others to discover the awesome {Free} Printables that are out there!
3.  Please consider following Raising the Cameron Clan, that way you are first to know when the weekly linky party is up!
4.  Please share with anyone else you know who makes their own {Free} Printables.

Let’s get this party started!

     

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