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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Stamping Center

Hiya peeps

Shuna here

I recently went to IKEA to get some stools for my classroom but somehow I ended up in the lighting aisle. 
I picked up these two cuties
Don't have the slightest idea where I am going to put these but they were too cute to pass up.

I can't believe it is back to school time already! This summer has gone by so quickly. 

I still have a couple more weeks of summer break but I know that many of you have already gone back.

One thing that I wanted to do this summer is to rethink my centers. My students love our stamping station 

but last year it was kinda lax and random. So I knew that I have to come up with a way make my 

stamping station more engaging and educationally focused. 

Stamping stations are one of the easiest centers to set up and change out. 

I create my stamping pack so students will have stamping printables to work on throughout the year. The

 pack is broken down into beginning, middle and end of the year skills. 

Here is a peak 

Check out my cute little stamps that I got from Hobby Lobby! 



Here is a look at some of the  skills included

One of the things that my littles have the most trouble with is b/d/p/q confusion. There are several pages 

within the pack to practice this skill.



Alphabet Skills: Students combine writing, letter identification, stamping and cutting skills. 

Name Writing and Recognition

Say and Stamp: This is a great way to infuse your stamping station with a little CVC word practice. Students will say each picture and stamp the correct CVC word in the box.

There are also lots of rhyming word practice sheets included.

Students spin and stamp the correct short vowel sound.

Sight Word Practice

More sight word practice this time with sentences.

There are also pages for students to practice stamping nouns and verbs.

Sound Substitution
Students practice flipping one sound to build a new word.

If you would like to check out the stamping pack click the picture below.

Peace Out Peeps

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5 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE your stamping pack - it's now on my wishlist until payday! I'm also super jealous of your stamp storage - I have those stamps, but they never came in a cute little tin so my kiddos spend half of their time searching for the correct letter!

    Dani
    http://misslynchslearners.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. You can use an ice cube tray or a tackle box.

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  2. Love this! How do you organize your center? I teach Kindergarten and no matter how much I label everything, the stamps always get mixed up, making it difficult for the next student to find the letters they are looking for. Any tips?

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  3. YOU ARE ALIVE!!!. Thought one of those slithery snake class visitors gobbled you up girl!!! So glad you posted and put this awesome stamp set on my TpT wish list! Thanks!

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