Jan 4, 2013

Free Penguin Printables for Reading and Math

As students return from winter break, we will see that some will need a lot of review of basic skills. First, I created a packet that you can use for introducing penguins. It has your basic Can-Have-Are format. It also includes a small student book that you can use as closure to the theme so that students write what they learned about penguins.
English version
Spanish version
For the review part of it, I made two packets. One is a Read it. Color it. Write it. packet. Students will be able to review sight words, color words, pointing while reading with one-to-one correspondence, return sweep, etc. After they read the sentence. they will color the penguin by using the color mentioned in the sentence. It is not necessary to color the entire penguin in one single color. They can use white and orange where they normally go, but will replace the black parts of the penguin with the color indicated :)  Finally, students will write the sentence on their own.
NOTE: I fixed the page for orange in the English packet. It said "I see a orange penguin."  I changed it to "I see an orange penguin." So sorry for that little error.
English version
Spanish version
The third free packet focuses on the numbers 1-10. Students will count the penguins, trace and write the numeral, and finally trace and write the number word on each page. They may color the penguins if time allows. They are all free and provided to you in English and Spanish packets. Just download the ones that suit your needs.
English version
Spanish version
Well, that's it. I hope that you are able to find these free packets useful :)

47 comments:

  1. WOW Gracias para todo!!! Now my ELL parents will have some materials that model what we do in class.

    Happy New Year.

    Thank you

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids



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    1. Thank you! It is always time consuming to translate material for students and parents. I am glad that you will be able to use these with your ELL parents :)

      -Lidia

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  2. Muchas gracias-Estamos aprendiendo acerca de los pinguinos y yo voy a usar todos los papeles. Me encanta "Los pinguinos-Pueden, Tienen, Son"!!!!!!!!!! Feliz ano nuevo

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  3. Hola Mrs. Hennessy,

    Me da mucho gusto que sus alumnos van a usar estos recursos :)

    -Lidia

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  4. This is great! I'm featuring this post on Bagels and Blogs Sunday. :)

    Donna
    Math Coach’s Corner

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    1. You are so sweet! I am so glad that you find them useful :)

      -Lidia

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  5. Hi Lidia, are you making more of those letter packets in Spanish? I bought all the ones you made before but the last one was for letter T.
    Thanks!

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    1. Yes. I need to get started on those ASAP. Thank you for the reminder :)

      -Lidia

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  6. Thank you for these awesome packets!

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing! I appreciate other's gifts more than you know!

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    1. You're welcome. I am so glad that these will come in handy :)

      -Lidia

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  8. Thanks for sharing! I think there's an error in the Read/Write/Color Pack. One of the pages should be reading as "I see AN orange penguin" instead of A.

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you so much for letting me know. I will fix it ASAP!!

      -Lidia

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  9. Wow! Thanks for sharing your creations! I just pinned this post!

    ~ Lisa
    Teaching Kindergarten Kiddos

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  10. I love pinterest. Thank you so much for pinning :)

    -Lidia

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  11. Thank you. Spanish resources especially! Thanks again.

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  12. ¡¡Fantastico!! ¡¡¡Muchisimas Gracias!!!

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  13. I love finding identical lessons in Spanish and in English! Thanks so much!

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  14. These are wonderful! Thank you for sharing.

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  15. Thanks so very much for sharing your hard work and creativity! I can't wait to use these with my kinders when we start our animal unit! This is such a superfantabulous freebie, thanks so much!!

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  16. As a future teacher, I am glad you take the time to post your creations. I also appreciate the fact that you make them free!

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  17. Thank you! I have students who will love these fun sheets!

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  18. Thank you so much! I'm off to get some books on penguins!! Appreciate it!
    Amy

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  19. Thank you for sharing! My kindergarteners will love this!

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  20. Thank you so much! I will be emailing this link to my best friend who is in K. I am a kindergarten teacher teaching first grade for one year. :)
    Amber
    www.laueslittles.blogspot.com

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  21. Thank you SO much!!! You are a blessing!! My little K friends will love this. ¡Feliz año nuevo!
    Susan

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  22. Thanks for the freebie! I will be sharing with my kinder friends. BTW...your blog is adorable!
    Sharon

    Buggy for First Grade

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  23. Cute ideas! I am a new K teacher blogger! I am a Kindergarten teacher right outside of Nashville (Franklin). I am trying to get my name out there and for people to check out my blog. I am having a hard time tapping in to the teaching blogging world. Any advice/shout-outs would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks!
    Elizabeth Hall
    http://liveitloveitlearnit.blogspot.com/

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  24. WOW! Thank you SO much! What super little packets! I work at a totally Dual Language campus, and I can say THANK YOU for all of my Spanish teacher friends. There are not enough of you brilliant Spanish speaking teacher authors! :)

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  25. These are so nice! Thank you!

    Mary

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  26. Hello I love your blog and you stuff, I am your newlest follower, please stop by and check out my blog and store, I am very new to the blog world. thanks

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  27. Having trouble printing this! When i view it as a PDF, it says "locked".
    HELP! :)

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  28. Hi ATJ,

    Which one are you having trouble with? I just tested them and seem to be working fine. Another way to print is to place your cursor at the bottom of the document. You will see a dark bar appear with several options. You can print from there too. I hope this helps :)

    -Lidia

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  29. Good morning! I found your site on pintrest and was interested in printing this activity for my K students. Is this still available to download? I can't find a link for the "English" version of the activity sheets. Thanks!

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  30. Thank you so much!! I just came home sick from my big one and a half days at school this week and just found these. Thank you do very much for your hard work and sharing!!

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  31. Thank you so much! I LOVE all your stuff!

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  32. I love your work! Thank you. Maybe it's just me, but I can't find a way to download the English version of these books. Would you mind directing me in the right direction? Thank you SO much!

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