A Freebie and a Sticker Book - Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten

A Freebie and a Sticker Book

Hey all! Happy Summer! We are off to a busy start over in the Jones household... this week is packed full of outings, appointments, and parties! Not to mention tomorrow I am meeting one of my bloggy friends, Gina from All Things Algebra for lunch! Super excited :) 

Since its never too early for back to school, I have a little fun freebie to share to help your littles practice upper and lowercase letter matching.

And along with that, another Back to School goodie to help your little friends keep track of their progress! It's a nice little tool to keep parents informed of how their little peeps are doing and give them an idea of things they could work on. This Basic Skills Sticker Book tracks a range of skills-- personal information, name writing, letter and sound ID, reading readiness, number recognition, counting, shapes, colors, and self help skills...all packed in to one cute little sticker book!  I made the full size version for my little Brady boy, but it also comes in a mini version that can be secured with a ring clip. You can grab that here at my TpT store. 
Keep it cool! :)


  1. I love the freebies! THANK YOU! I find myself making things for my son (going into 1st grade)!

    Literacy Without Worksheets

    1. I know Bridget, I feel sorry for them sometimes because they are our guinea pigs! :) Haha!

  2. What a FABULOUS freebie!! Thank you for sharing!!
    The Moffatt Girls

  3. Love it! Thank you for sharing! :)

  4. What a great freebie! And I love, love, love the sticker book! Can't wait to use it next year!

    Lovin’ Kindergarten

  5. When I taught kindergarten years ago, my students each had a skill ring. I added a clip art picture to the ring when they were successful with that week's skill on Fridays, then they took them home for the weekend. It was a lot of work to copy all of them (my first 2 years doing it, I colored each one), laminate, and organize so your sticker skill book is a great easier way to communicate their successes with home.

    How often do you send them home?


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