Valentines & Kinder DIBELS Freebies!

Just stopping by with some more great freebies for you and an update on Valentines Day!

Three DIBELS Freebies – Click the link to download!
Countdown Calendars – use for management for students, to record how many books they have read, or  to earn an incentive!  You can really use these for whatever you can think of!
And I wanted to share some photos from my Valentines Day Box Family Project!  They are starting to come in and they look AH-MAY-ZING!  Check them out!
 (Made from a cereal box!)
(Check out the gas station soda lids for wheels!)
(Made from a 2 liter soda bottle.  Pictures do this one no justice… it’s adorable in person!)
(AMAZING!  The top of the castle comes off to get her Valentines!  Every detail is just amazing!  Mom or sister is a cake decorator!  Seriously… how cool?)
(A fish tank – proving that you don’t have to spend a lot or have crazy ideas!  Super cute!)
(A rocket ship!  This is the one I made with my own little guy!  Seriously just cut paper and glued it on!  Took about an hour!  Good paper makes all the difference!)
So it’s probably a little late to do this project now but definitely pin for next year!  It really is fun and you will get some crazy things!  Click the picture to read more about it!
But it’s not too late for a stress free Valentine’s party!
And if you are interested I have some fun Valentine’s Activities!
It includes all sorts of fun games!  It has an emergent reader, real and nonsense word center with matching student printable, write the room, writing picture prompts, valentines, and much more!
Next is President’s Day!  Have you seen my President’s Craftivity Book?  You will LOVE LOVE LOVE!  More info coming soon!
OK – probably won’t post until after Valentines so I hope everyone has a stress free day!

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Thanks sooo much for the DIBELS freebie. I am assessing this week. It’s our 2nd testing which, in my opinion, is the hardest one! We’ve been practicing non-sense words but a lot of my kids still struggle with this. Those projects are absolutely ADORABLE!