Hello! Welcome to Home with Savi’s new location! With a newborn and a homeschooler, I no longer had time to keep all the websites up to date (to be honest, I hardly have time to keep one up!). I made the decision to combine our sites to make it easier on myself and to hopefully continue to bring my readers new ideas and freebies for their homeschooling needs more frequently!
While I get the page updated, below you fill find quick links to all the freebies that existed on Home with Savi. All paid resources can be found here for now.
A to Zoo Animals Activity Pack (download here)
Preschool Activities for our A to Zoo Animals Theme
Activities include: Math Dab a Number (2+1, 2+2, 2+3, 2+4 and 2+5), Beginning Letter Sounds, and Animal Bingo
Alphabet Do a Dot (download here)
Grab your dot markers and have fun learning the alphabet!
Counting to 100 (download here)
Easy printable to help your child count to 100! Using this printable, we can count together from 1 to 100 by pointing to each number as we go. As an alternative, you can also have your child mark each number as they read using a do-a-dot marker or a small toy, bead or pom-pom.
Moving forward, you can use another piece of paper and cover the left side of the grid leaving only the 10’s visible and count by 10 up to 100.
Dinosaur Fossil Puzzle (download here)
Place the puzzle inside a sensory box filled with sand, rocks and whatever else you can think of and let your child search for all the pieces! Perfect addition to any dinosaur theme lesson plan.
Earth Math Puzzle (download here)
Perfect Earth day counting activity!
Find the Number (download here)
Help your child identify numbers 11-20 with this fun dot marker game! Grab a do-a-dot marker, print off these pages, cut out the number flash cards and you’re ready to go! Turn the number flash cards face down on the table and either you pick the card of have your child pick the card. Let them identify the number by coloring the circle with the marker.
There are three versions of the card – one with numbers, one with circles for your child to count, and one with words.
Make a Skeleton (download here)
Skeleton puzzle perfect for “All About Me”!
You can cut out the pieces and glue them on black construction paper (so it looks similar to an x-ray).
You could also cut out the pieces, laminate them and place them in a sensory bin. Your child can find them in the bin and put them together like a puzzle.
St. Patrick’s Day Math for Preschoolers (download here)
Preschool Math Activities for St. Patrick’s Day
Activities include: Math Dab a Number and Shamrock Number Line (Counting from 1-10 and Counting to 100 by 10’s)