One thing that I’d like to explore with Squeaker are Nursery Rhymes. We do quite a few of them already and while Itsy Bitsy Spider remains as one of her favorites; she also enjoys This Little Piggy. Maybe next year, we’ll spend a month or two exploring nursery rhymes a little bit more but in the meantime, I’m going to start building up resources. The mini tot packs will usually have the same aspects/components to them though I’ll change it up on occasion so it’s not always the same material. Keep reading to see what you’ll get in the This Little Piggy tot pack!
This turned out to be quite a cute little pack and I think, once I have more nursery rhymes pack done, I’ll create a separate pack with just puzzles and one with Do a Dot pages. And possibly one with lacing cards. Maybe even do a set of 3 part cards as well. We’ll see what we see but I do have plans and a lot of it will depend on the directions that we take when we do our Nursery Rhyme unit in tot school/home preschool.
For a bit of background/technical information, I use two different programs to create the printable packs. Most of the time I use Open Office because I like it and I’m more used to using it. However, I’ve also used Microsoft Office- especially when I want to do 9 piece puzzles.
Here’s what you get in this set:
- Matching/sequencing cards
- Same or different
- Alphabet cards (uppercase only)
- Number cards (1 through 10)
- Three piece puzzles
- Letter tracing (P, M, N, H, L)
I have not used the pack with Squeaker just yet but I think she would get a kick out of it.
For this particular pack, I used clipart that I purchased from Scrappin Doodles.
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Also, I just wanted to give you another reminder that within the next month or so, I’m going to start moving all of the free packs into the Content Club. Don’t worry, it’s still free! All you have to do is sign up for the newsletter… which isn’t even sent weekly at this point.
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