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Printable Roll it, Write it, Count it Mats

Here’s a math activity that is guaranteed to be a hit!  Print these Roll it, Write it, Count it mats – see the link at the bottom of the page.  My 4.5 year old has been loving this, especially the marker part and the erasing part.  And the M & M’s that we used for...Read More »


Ms. Nancy's Nook : Deluxe Kinder Mat Cover with Attached Blanket & Pillow DIY

Mrs. Gilchrist's Class: Read It, Build It, Write It for SPELLING Words - Template Freebie


Ten frame and number bond on the same work mat great for all the different combinations of numbers, plus a double ten frame and number bond for numbers to 20 Free on TPT


Kids love party games, what better way to learn letters than via musical letters....Fun, active and learning all in one!


.I would like to thank all my friends who cared and stuck by me during the Sydney Australia hostage situation. Who worried and prayed for my sons continued safety and those of the hostages. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Ivet


Dimplicity - Crafty Blog: Kindermat Tutorial


Simply One Of A Kind - It was made with Weathered Wood, Peeled Paint and Forest Moss Distress ink refills dabbed onto my glass mat, spritzed with water and then dabbed with absorbent card and left a while for the colours to be absorbed by the card. When dry, it was overprinted with black ink and then other images embossed in gold. The butterfly is from Memory Box and the sentiment from Wplus9


What a pretty card from Birgit Edblom. It really feels like you are at the beach! The vegetation is a stamp from the One of a Kind stamp set from