Sunday, July 29, 2012

Fabulous Friday Freebie

I know it's not actually Friday but I didn't want to skip this week's freebie! I hope you'll forgive me for my late post. So, to make it up to you I'm going to giveaway 2 polka dot freebies!  Enjoy!

 

34 comments:

  1. Oh wow! This is so great! Thank you for sharing!
    Jennifer
    kindertrips

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  2. Oh my gosh! Love these - have looked everywhere, but could not find what I really wanted that was already made! I was gonna just make them, but now I do not need to! Thanks so much! :) Come by and check out my blog and giveaway!
    My Kindergarten Kids

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  3. Adorable! And thank you for including a long and short-vowel pic for each vowel! What a rock star!!

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  4. LOVE your blog! I am so glad I found you!!

    Danielle

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  5. these are great, thanks so much for sharing, its perfect for my kinder room
    Sue

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  6. The word wall circles are great.
    I love the alpha cards, but they don't seem to load...Suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Tracy

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    1. Hi Tracy, were you ever able to load the alphabet cards? I clicked on the pic and there seem to be no problem. Please let me know. Thanks.

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  7. Nicole, I'm so glad I found your blog! I'm your latest follower. I also love Pete the Cat and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, as well as David Goes to School. Have you ever heard of the Greg & Steve CD "Kids In Motion"? I saw that your kids love to dance, as do mine, and it's a great CD. "Dr. Jean & Friends" is also terrific.

    If you have a second, stop by my blog! :)

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    http://teachingwithsight.blogspot.com

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  8. Love these! They are bright and colorful and I love that the long and short vowels are included on one card. Thank you for sharing. I cannot wait to put these up in my kinder classroom.

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    1. I hung mine up today and they are super cute on the wall!!! Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Thanks. These are super cute. Thanks for sharing!

    Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  10. Thanks for sharing! I am your newest follower. :) When you get a chance, come by for a visit.
    ~Jada
    Daisy Days for Learning

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  11. Thank you so much. Will start new handwriting program this year. These are perfect!

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  12. I just started to look for polka dot and alphabet and came across these! They are great! I also can't open them. Well, actually I can open it but it won't let me go past pg 7. Still going to keep trying to get past pg 7!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi Lisa. I checked the file and it seems to be fine. Email me if you continue to have problems and I'll just send it to you. Thanks for visiting! N.

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    2. Hi Nicole! I was able to print it out so it's all good! Thanks again for sharing.

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  13. Nicole,
    Thank you so much for the freebie, polka dots are my fav! When i tried to open with adobe, it said the file was damaged. Could you e-mail it to me? Thanks! stewartk@ruidososchools.org

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    1. The cards have been emailed to you. Please let me know if you have any problems. N

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  14. The polka dot letters are darling and perfect for my word wall! Thank you for sharing. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to download either...would you be willing to send them to my e-mail as well? jkempste@mpsk12.net
    Thank you much!

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    1. I just emailed you file. Let me know if you have any problems opening it!
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. I absolutely love these alphabet cards! Is there a way I can make them half the size? I was wanting to use them for my 4.5 year old son and was needing them 2 per page but I can't figure out a way to do that? Is it even possible? Thanks so much! I love your blog!! I taught kindergarten for 4 years and preschool for 2 years before I decided to stay home with my son. I absolutely loved teaching kindergarten!!

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    1. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes, you can print two to a page by changing your printer settings. I do it all the time at school to save paper.

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  16. I just found you. How do i download the alphabet? I am a 4 year old teacher. Also looking for great phonics ideas. I want to get your blog how do i sign up?

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    1. You'll have to sign in through Google. You should be able to simply click on the picture above to get the freebie. Once you've opened the freebie, click on FILE then scroll down and click DOWNLOAD. This will save the cards to your computer so you can print them out! I hope I've answered your question.
      Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to follow!

      Nicole

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  17. Thanks so much! These are just what I need. I do have one little question, though. Your tall letters don't go all the way up to the top line. Is that a handwriting program you use, or just the font? We use Zaner Bloser, and we make that tall stick on all the letters. I'm thinking I can just color the letter to make it taller, but that won't work for "f".

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    1. I'm glad you like these alphabet cards. The font I used is not from a particular writing program.

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  18. Thank you so much!! These are sooo cute.
    I'm starting Kindergarten this year after spending years in 3rd grade. I desperately needed these...and you know how limited our budgets get this time of year.

    Thanks a billion!!!!!!!
    Traci

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  19. These are FANTASTIC! Thank you so much!! :) I'm teaching prep next year and these will be brilliant for my classroom!

    Thanks a bunch!

    Alexandra

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  20. This is wonderful!!!! Your resources are great for English Language Learners....

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  21. Those alphabet cards..... MY SAVIOR!

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