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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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!

Tiffani 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