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  • Potty Training Sticker Chart

    superhero potty training sticker chart

    We're potty training kid #5 at our house.  And for the record, it never gets easier or less torturous no matter how many times you've done it.  This particular child has no motivation to use a toilet, so we're using this printable super hero sticker chart to earn toys every day.  He sits on the toilet every 20 minutes so, you know, no one else is allowed to have a life because of it.  Each time he sits he gets to put a sticker on the chart.  If he actually puts something in a...

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  • Tricky Cutting Practice Worksheet - Fun Summer Activity

    cutting practice worksheet for fun

    This free worksheet is a little less educational and more fun.  It is perfect for kids needing a summer project where they get to practice sitting still, and really fine tuning those established cutting skills.  First they get to color the watermelon popsicle, and then they need to carefully cut out all the pieces.  Then they will need to stack and adhere the pieces together to make the finished popsicle! 

    To get this free printable just right click on the image below and select print or save from the menu that pops up. ...

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  • Counting to Ten Printable Worksheet

    count to ten printable

    This free printable worksheet is perfect for really little learners needing some extra practice identifying and counting the numbers one to ten.  It also let's them practice cutting and coloring skills too!  It's like the worksheet that does it all.....or 3 things, but that's a lot for a simple little paper, right?

    To get this free worksheet just right click on the image below and select print or save from the menu that pops up.  You can print as many as you need for your classroom or homeschool, but please don't share the file...

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  • Paragraph Structure Writing Practice

    This printable worksheet is perfect to help students practice "sandwiching" a paragraph together properly.  Just like a sandwich needs bread, a paragraph needs an opening and closing sentence.  And sandwich fillers like lettuce, cheese, and ham are like the detail sentences in the middle of a good solid paragraph.  Plus it's just more fun to write on a sandwich than it is on regular paper.

    To get this free printable just right click on the image below and select print or save from the menu that pops up.  You can print as many as you need for...

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  • Teacher Appreciation Gift Card Printable

    teacher appreciation gift card printable

    With the end of another school year approaching, I'm once again thinking about how I'll thank my children's teachers.  And what better way to show how much I appreciate every teacher than with this fun (and super duper easy) card!  The printable says "You are an un-burrito-ble teacher!" and only needs a giftcard to your favorite local Mexican Restaurant to finish it.  Easy and something a teacher will really be happy to receive!

    This free printable card is easy to get - just right click on the image below and select print or save from...

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