Sunday, February 12, 2012

Lots and Lots of Freebies to Make up for Busy Week!

It has been busy, busy, busy here at the Pitner Ponderosa these past few days, so I haven't posted much. To make up for that, here are lots of Valentine-related goodies for you to download free! Click on each pic to get the freebie file.

The Kiss That Missed is a...door....uh...bull!!!!!! You are gonna L.O.V.E. it! (And check out that cute, cute, cute artwork! My newest graphics are from SpringHillGraphics.com. Check out her work!) This activity is on sequencing.
Give your students practice with alphabetizing to the second and third letter with these Valentine words.

 This is going to be in my Writing Literacy Station this week. The kiddos choose one word from each category and write a story. Wonder what will happen when Cupid and Santa meet up?

 I love, love, love Cynthia Rylant's books. If You'll Be My Valentine is a rhyming trip through Valentine's Day with the cutest little boy ever! Students can put the events in the correct sequence, then add their own verse to the story.

The Day It Rained Hearts is precious. Words from the story will be sorted into different parts of speech in this freebie.

 Please, sir, can I have more......practice on cause and effect?! Get your kids up and moving with this match up activity for a whole group or put it in a literacy station.

Hope you can use some of these for part of your Valentine's Day celebration. Show the love with a comment if you use any!


  1. Oh wow! Thank you so much again for wonderful stuff:)

  2. Wow Mary, these are absolutely amazing. Thank you so much for sharing! :)


  3. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of your freebies. You are very talented. :)

  4. WOW! Everything is SO cute. And sequencing? I think he's my current nemesis. So thanks for the weapons.

    Buzzing with Ms. B

  5. I just bought that book today at Barnes and Noble! I am so excited to use it this week as one of my read alouds!

  6. Just found you via Pinterest! SOOO glad I did! I'm a Speech Language Pathologist and so many of your activities will be great for my language kiddos! Thanks for posting!


  7. I just found your blog thanks to Andrea over at Cheers to School! I'm your newest follower. Thanks so much for the great freebies!

    Kaleigh's Klassroom

  8. Thank you and I love your blog. :-) You are amazing!! How do you find time to make such cute things?


  9. 1st year teacher who stumbled upon your site. Thanks for all of the freebies :) such a huge help/inspiration!

  10. You are fantastic! Your activities are so clever, and my students LOVE them!


  11. Thanks for the activities. My first grade students will enjoy these.