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Use letter cards to build words in your apron

One of the best ideas I got from the I Teach K in Vegas was this Show and Tell Apron from Sandy over at Kinder-Gardening!!!


Sandy must have had the most buzzed about shop in the exhibitor's hall in Vegas! Everyone wanted one of her super cute aprons and I got one!  LOVE IT!


Use letter and Number cards in the apron

Sandy had all kinds of different colors and fabrics.  These colors of teal and green matched my classroom colors so I snatched it up fast before she sold out.  The apron has 5 plastic pockets for letter, picture, or number cards and 2 fabric pockets under that.

Use letter cards to build words in your apron

The Show and Tell Apron can be used in a lot of different ways.  One way is stretching and  building  words.  Sandy has a free download of letters and numbers, but she also has a Letter Pack and Word Pack that you can get to build words and practice sight words.  I can see sentence building as another activity that could be done as well as a great way to do the activity Making Words!

Use number cards in the apron

But you can also use the Show and Tell Apron for math.  You could display numbers in random order and have students write them from smallest to biggest.  

use number cards in the apron

Math facts could also be practiced.  Sandy does have a number pack that she offers that has more to offer.  

If you will go to Sandy's blog, she posted about her aprons and has a lot of great pictures of how to use them.  Tell her I sent you over!  She is just a super sweet lady!

28 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! I'm doing a happy dance all over my kitchen! You have made my day! Thank you! My email is sandywelch057@gmail.com. Hugs to you!

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    1. You are so very welcome, Sandy! You know I loved these cute aprons!

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    2. Are you still making the aprons??? I would LOVE one, but can't seem to find where you have them listed to sell. Fingers crossed you still do it!

      Misty

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    3. Misty, here is the link to Sandy's store- she makes the aprons- https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kinder-gardening She is still making them and has even put out some tutu aprons!

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  2. Oh my goodness! I couldn't love this any more!! I am going to head over to Sandy's blog now. So glad you linked up in the Teaching Blog Circle as well...I was able to find you very easily:) Looking forward to following your sweet blog!
    :)Tracey
    The Teacher’s Chair
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    1. Thank you allowing me to link up, Tracey!! And aren't these aprons adorable? Can't wait to use them!

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    1. I so agree about the cute aprons, Becky!

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  4. How cute! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing :)
    Julie
    The Techie Teacher

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    1. You are welcome, Julie! I love Sandy's aprons!

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  5. Your apron is so cute & I love that it will match your room decor! I ordered a black patterned design because I LOVE black but you really couldn't go wrong at her booth no matter what you picked out! It's all adorable!
    Learning at the Teacher Table

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    1. The black ones that I saw were super cute too, Donna! So many great colors!

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  6. Wow!! That is so great. The possibilities are endless. My brain is turning now!! Hmmmm...! By the way....can't believe we were both in Vegas and did not get to meet each other!
    Em
    Curious Firsties

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  7. Em, there were so many people that I missed in Vegas! I wish we could have met up! Aren't these aprons just adorable??

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    1. Kinder Gardening sells the aprons on TpT.

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    1. I thought the aprons were really cute too, Barb! They were so popular in Vegas.

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  10. What possibilities, huh? She hit the jackpot with this one!
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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    1. So many ways to use this apron, Tammy! Plus, it looks so cute!

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  11. This is the first time I am seeing the aprons! I have to go check them out! Love the idea to build words!!!!
    Little Literacy Learners

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    1. Julie, you need to be sure to check the aprons out! She is working on getting more colors and patterns. I can't wait to use them!

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  12. love this! thank you for showing us! Paula

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    1. You are welcome, Paula! I can't wait to use my apron!

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    2. Wow! Thanks for sharing. I just couldn't resist, so I logged into TPT and bought one. A MUST HAVE item for teachers! LOVE IT!

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    3. So glad you like Kindergardening's aprons! I know I love mine!

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    1. Anjanette, just search show and tell aprons on TpT to find the aprons. Her store is Kinder Gardening. :)

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