Sight Word Practice

I know on Friday I said my freebie was coming, but it isn't the one I had been working on.  Although I'm a teacher to 32 wonderful little K-kids, I'm also a mom to an 18 year old college freshman and a 15 year old  high school sophmore.  I've spent my weekend being a mom.  So far this weekend I've made cake pops for the cake auction for my son's Robotics Team, Helped with the teams pasta feed and silent auction- had to make a basket for that too.  Yesterday I sat in the pouring down rain to watch him play soccer. Last night I helped my daughter with her speech for speech class, babysat my 7 year old niece, then cleaned up the mess my niece made.  She spilt cake sprinkles all over my kitchen. Today I'm tackling the 7+ loads of laundry.  Somewhere in there I still need to meal plan for the week, check my son's homework and catch up on last weeks  DVR'd television shows.

So until I can get back here to my desk, in between laundry and such, here is something to tide you over.  I may have posted this last year, can't remember.  I made several of these last year for my Kinders- they loved them.  Just another way to practice working with their sight words.


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3 comments

Giggles and Squeals said...

Sometimes it is hard being a devoted teacher and an amazing mother! It sounds like you are doing wonderfully! I think I sometimes teeter on the edge of both. And well me and laundry... we are NOT BFF's!

Thank you for the freebie!

Time 4 Kindergarten said...

I'm always teetering and as for that laundry 3rd load in

Unknown said...

Great freebie! We all have to put being a mom first! Sounds like you are a fabulous one! <3