Monday, October 1, 2012

{3 dAy FrEeBiE} Pumpkin Patch Preschool Pack

 

Here’s the newest release from Little Monkey Printables
It will be FREE through October 3, 2012.
After that, it will be $1.25 at Teachers Notebook.

{Click on the image to link to the free download at Teachers Notebook.}pumpkin patch ad

Sample Pages:

jpg magnet

 jpg color book

 jpg letter find

11 comments:

Annie Moffatt said...

LOVE this!! Just downloaded it and will be sharing on FB!! Thank you:) I especially LOVE the scripture verse!!
The Moffatt Girls

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

Thank you, Annie! :)

The Jeremiah 10:5 - 7 verse is one that was in the Bible curriculum when I was a second grade teacher. We always hit that verse in October, and we had fun making scarecrows with scrapbook paper remnants & raffia. Hmmm...maybe I should post that as an activity! :)

The verse is such a good reminder, for both adults and children, to make sure we're not putting anyone or anything ahead of Christ!

simplysummers said...

Thank you so much! My daughter will love this! She is so excited for Halloween, she has been going to the calendar and lifting up September's page and saying "Halloween is coming! It's almost here!" Now that it is October, she doesn't have to lift the page anymore. She just points to it and says the same thing!! She will have a blast with this! Thanks again! :)

Krissy said...

Perfect!! Thank you so much :)

Lindsay said...

Cute!! Sammy saw this and got excited and said, "Did you print that?" Guess I will have to work on that!

heathfamily7 said...

Love it! I know my boys will too. Thanks so much!
Tara H

Sister F said...

Oooh!! Mine won't be ready for this until next year, (although I might give him a few of the sheets this year to see what happens) but I am excited to use it! i think we'll have to add a field trip to the pumpkin patch. :) Thank you!

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

Sister F,
My second son started tagging along with big brother when he was 2.5 and big brother was 4. I was pretty impressed at how many activities he could handle at that age. Don't force, of course, but he may LOVE some of the activities!

A few examples:
~ Print two sets of the memory game.
Cut one into pieces, and leave the other whole.
Match the pieces to the correct spot on the whole page.

~ magnet pages (cover with M&Ms, mini pompom/puffballs, mini marshmallows, or use a do-a-dot marker)

~ my son was actually pretty good at the prewriting pages even at that age...but every child will be different on that one!

~ shadow matching

~ possibly even shape matching

Limit it to 10 - 15 minutes at most, or offer one activity per day, and see how it goes! :)

Megan {Splendid Design} said...

Thank you so much for the pack. My daughter would love it.

Jenny said...

Thank you so much!

daniii♥ said...

Darn, I'm mad I missed this!!