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Environmental Print Board

Posted by SharonDudley
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  • SharonDudley
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  • July 21, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    Since I’m going back to school in a few weeks, I’m already collecting environmental print boxes to cut out and put on an “I Can Read!” bulletin board for my adorable kinders. This board is really easy to do. You simply cut out the front of the box of things that you’re already eating at home, such as macaroni and cheese, pancakes, pizza, waffles, fried chicken, etc. When the kids look at the board, you can play games with them such as “Find the letter F”, “Find the letter P”, “Can you read this word?” I always make a really big deal, for example, when the kids say “That’s pizza!” It makes them feel so confident and it teaches them to really look at illustrations when they’re reading. It gives the kids such a positive feeling!

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT

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  • California
  • January 26, 2017 at 4:26 am

    There are many scrap papers that you can also use as alternative materials for that. Specially, kids, loves scrap booking, coloring etc.. Just like me, I have so many loose envelopes that are spare from my business printing materials that printed out at, I uses them for many projects for my sons.

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  • July 7, 2017 at 10:40 am

    I keep a crate next to my recycling bin at home. Items get sorted for school and before I know it I have plenty of material.

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