Planning and teaching is a non stop job! You work tirelessly and I applaud you each day for the amazing difference you are making in the lives of your students. To help you along the way, here are 52 Weeks of Printables for Little Learners! Just print and learn every week of the year!
Can you believe it! A Dab of Glue Will Do has reached it’s first birthday. I never imagined this site to turn into the resource center for so many amazing readers. Thank you!
To celebrate I want to share with you resource to keep you going all year long! There is something here for you to use each week of the year! Less work for you and great learning for your students.
52 Weeks of Printables for Little Learners
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All Year Round: Printables for Little Learners
Classroom management is made easy with these customizable Behavior Punch Cards. Print them on colored paper for a great visual tool to help students stay focused.
Science with little learners is so much fun. Create your own Hands-On Color Experiment Activity with this printable and a couple household materials.
Have you tried a Walking Water Science Activity with your students? They will be amazed! Find the whole tutorial and printable to go along with it!
Community Helpers Write and Color the Room is perfect for back to school work. Print and laminate this set to use in your social studies centers!
My students always LOVE studying Five Senses. This is a complete unit with everything you need to create an amazing learning experience for your little learners!
Learning shapes are so much more fun with this Shapes Sort printables! Use your classroom pocket chart for this fun shapes review activity or add this to your math center for extra practice.
Classroom decor has never been so inviting! Add Alphabet Posters to your walls for an inviting way to help with alphabet recognition practice. OR print off the black and white version as a coloring activity!
Literacy Stations are a great way to get your classroom set up for a new school year. This download is perfect for first year teachers or teachers switching to a new grade!
Are you planning a robot theme this year? Print and learn with Robot CVC Words. These simple puzzles are inviting for little learners practicing beginning reading skills.
Flip books are always popular with lower elementary students. Alphabet Flip Books are available to viewers signing up for the A Dab of Glue Will Do email list!
Your students will love creating their own Student Work Display. There are so many amazing creations that happen in a classroom and displaying them is a wonderful way to show students they time and work is important!
Color Puzzles are perfect for your little learners. This was always very popular in my classroom and great for young ones to use reasoning and fine motor skills while they practice color recognition.
Winter Printables for Little Learners
I LOVE this Snowman Number Match! They are a great way to help little learner practice number recognition in the winter months.
Practice number recognition with Christmas Tree Number Mats. I found these sweet little light bulb beads that were perfect for this activity.
I added these Initial Sound Gingerbread Puzzles to my language centers before Christmas break and my students really enjoyed the gingerbread man theme.
Penguins: An Animal Study fits right in with any winter themed science lesson! Everything you need to teach an amazing unit study on penguins is in one easy printable pack!
Add these Gingerbread Subtraction Mats to your winter math stations for a lot of great math practice! I like to laminate my set and use dry erase markers to get the most out of my printables.
Are your students fascinated with reindeer? Help them learn more about these fun animals with the Reindeer: An Animal Study. Everything you need for a complete unit is in this download!
Keep kids moving this winter with Snowball Fight Learning! Your classroom will erupt with excitement as students practice sight words, simple math facts, or letter recognition.
Customize name recognition practice with Snowman Names – Name Building Practice printables! Laminate and send home with your students over winter break as a fun busy bag activity.
My Yummy Gingerbread Book is an interactive printable book perfect to help little learners follow instructions with a gingerbread man theme.
Celebrate Presidents’ Day with this Presidents’ Day Emergent Reader. There are so many great facts on the U.S. founding fathers in an interactive easy reader book.
Christmas Tree Blend Puzzles for your Christmas themed language learning! Laminate and use these every winter for fun.
Aren’t these adorable? Initial Sound Penguin Puzzles for your penguin themed winter learning!
My kids LOVE making Reindeer Dust for Christmas! Find the full recipe and printable for your winter family time.
Add snowman themed initial sounds practice to your language center with this Initial Sound Snowman Printable. These are inviting cards that can be used year after year for initial letter sounds practice!
Wanting to teach your little learners about the election? This Election Day Emergent Reader will be the perfect introduction!
Christmas Lights Addition cards are so inviting! This download is great for busy bag work or morning review work in December.
Groundhogs Day is so much more fun when you teach more about these fun little animals with Groundhogs: An Animal Study. This pack includes facts, worksheets, and reviews for all things groundhog!
Teachers get so many fun holidays to celebrate with their students! The 100th Day of School Glasses and Writing Printable is a great resource your little learners will love using!
These little penguins are adorable! Print and learn with this Penguin Syllable Sort Printable. Use this for syllable review in your winter themed language shelves as a great team activity.
Spring Printables for Little Learners
Flower Initial Sound and Number Match-Ups are one of my favorite match-ups. I updated the printable to also include pedals with different colors for students needing a little more challenge!
Planning a spring zoo visit? Try adding Zoo First to 20 and First to 50 game to your studies before the visit. Students will love the theme and the challenge of moving from 20 to 50!
These Insect Counting Mats are a hands on way to encourage number recognition and counting skills for little learners. Laminate this set for your spring learning centers!
Flower Names – Name Building Practice is completly customizable! Each student receives their own name building materials to practice letter recognition and name spelling.
I’m not sure what it is about a farm themed, but kids LOVE it! Add this Farm CVC Words download to your next farm themed unit.
Headed to the zoo? I created this Zoo Scavenger Hunt Freebie for my kids and they had a blast learning and enjoying a scavenger hunt while they visited all the animals in the zoo.
Food Chains is one of my most popular products. Students learn about food chains in six different biomes with inviting, real life images, and create their own actual “food chain” as a great hands on learning experience.
Living and Nonliving studies are perfect for spring! This pack includes almost 20 pages of learning materials and review for teaching living and nonliving things to your little learners.
Name recognition is always in season! Use this St. Patricks Day Names: Name Building Practice to help students see their name in different colors and in a “pot of gold” themed. This a customizable printable!
After you have practiced initial sounds this spring, follow up with Flower Blends Match-Up. Blends are tough for little learners to master, but making them into fun flowers makes learning fun!
Summer Printables for Little Learners
Little Molly absolutely loves practicing her name with the Name Activity with Ice Cream. Summer time doesn’t mean learning stops. Send this name recognition activity home with your students for summer learning fun.
Ice Cream Matching Numbers is colorful and bright. As the weather warms up, ice cream themed learning is so popular and engaging. Print and laminate quickly with self adhesive laminating sheets.
Create summer themed learning in your language centers with Summer Syllable Sort. Ask students to work in teams of 2-4 to allow students to learn from each other!
As your students are getting ready for their beach vacations, print and read the Ocean Animals Interactive Reader. This is a great way to introduce ocean animals before summer break.
Fall Printables for Little Learners
Fall themed Apple Number Match is inviting and fun! Ask students to sort apple cards into the appropriately numbers baskets for number recognition review.
Aren’t these turkeys fun? Turkey Names – Name Building Practice is a great activity to send home over Thanksgiving break or practice in the fall months!
Number recognition is an essential skills for little learners. Leaf Number Sort is perfect for helping little learners review their numbers in your fall themed math centers.
Pumpkin Addition Mats are a hands on way to review math facts this fall! Print and laminate to use this download year after year. I like to add a set of dry erase markers to this activity to make learning fun!
Have a struggling students? Start with a handful of Turkey Initial Sounds sets before giving them the entire alphabet. Ask students to work in teams to complete the whole alphabet in your literacy centers!
Bingo a great collaborative class game! Fall Bingo is bright, colorful, and packed with fall themed vocabulary for little learners.
Rhyming Bats Literacy Center fits in well with any Halloween themed classroom. Print and add to your fall literacy center with this free download!
Thank you! You are doing an amazing job with the little learners in your life!
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Jennifer, thank you so much for what you do. I use your products in my classroom as much as I can. I teach AU1 and having high expectations for my students is important to me and their parents. Using your products has made it all the easier.
Wow! Thank you so much! This will help me a great deal with my son. Are these downloads for free on a limited time?
I’m so glad they will be useful!
Some downloads are free (and will always be free) some are paid if they are bigger/more indepth products.
If you have ideas for new product, I would love to hear more!