Saturday, June 2, 2012

Loving this Clip Art! (Freebie alert!)



Ever bought a clipart set and the ideas just started rolling?  I am just loving this clipart collection from Scrappin Doodles.  So many fun things to make without having to spends hours searching for a picture to represent each letter of the alphabet!  I just posted another packet to TPT using the same clipart I used on the A-Z intro pages.   If you're interested in checking it out click the picture above to go to my TPT store. Only $3.00! 


The same clipart was also inspiration for this I Have Who Has game.  Click on the picture to download your copy for frrreeeee (my most fav-or-ite word in the whole wide world!)




Oh. . .and fyi . . .teachers are a lot like real people and they make mistakes ( this will be our little secret!)  Soooo. . . .if you see a mistake in the freebie feel free to hollar nicely point it out!   : )    It has not been tested in my room yet and I'm always a little nervous to share things I haven't used yet!!


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19 comments:

  1. I have this same set and I love it!

    I heart your game

    Pocket Full of Kinders

    Shuna P

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  2. I *heart* Scrappin Doodles!! I use it in all of my creations. Thanks for the cute freebie!! No worries about making mistakes...I had to fix one in one of my freebies a few days ago. It happens to the best of us ;).
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  3. Wow, Michelle! I can't believe you gave the 'I have___, who has__?' activity away for free! How incredibly generous of you! I can't wait to use it next year! Thank you!

    Blessings,
    Marlana
    Lil' Country Kindergarten

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  4. Wow. I'm so impressed. Great work. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. Can't wait to use this next year! Thank you!!!

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  6. L O V E- LOVE this! The idea of having the kids tell the beginning sound is awesome. I also can't believe how generous you are to give such a cute file away. Thank you!

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  7. I really liked your "I Have" game. I teach ELL Kindergarten and think it is very important to have the sentence stem for my kiddos to practice using complete sentences in their speaking. Thanks!

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  8. Love this! Thank you!
    I used a "I Have/Who Has" sight word game in my Kindergarten class this spring and the kids really enjoyed it it. I used it as the activity component of Morning Meeting. These will be GREAT for the beginning of the year.

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  9. What a great gift. Thank you so much for the freebie! It looks like so much fun. I can't wait to print and use. :-)

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  10. What a terrific freebie! Thank you for sharing this at TBA and linking up!
    ~Fern
    Fern Smith’s Classroom Ideas!
    Fern Smith’s Pinterest Boards!

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  11. Hi there
    I tried to download this but can't seem to find it. Am I doing something wrong?

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    1. Did you click on the picture of the I Have Who Has Cards?

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    2. Oh my! Feel so stupid! :/ I really did! I was working from my pc and it just took me to a storage space main page. When I did it from the i-pad just now it worked 100%. but then.... technology hates me.... =o. Thanx a bunch. I've got it now and as soon as my printer is back on line again (did I mention technology hates me????) I'm going to get it printed and laminated. My kids are going to loooove this! Thanx again. :D

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    3. Your reply made me giggle! Technology hates me too and my sister is a Technology Coordinator for a local school district so SHE hates me too b/c I always call her all crabby with all my questions! Glad you got it to work!

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  12. Thanks for your generous give away!!! I am finding that "i have who has" has become my favorite pastime in class!!! love these!! <3 Amy

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  14. Thank you so much! Can't wait to use this with my kiddos!
    Jill
    kindergartenroad.blogspot.com/

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  15. You have made the most complete set I have ever seen. It's easy to differentiate with this tool.
    Thanks!

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