Sunday, December 11, 2011

I Have Who Has, starring J, the 3 year old

I owe a lot to Fran Kramer from Kindergarten Crayons.  First the little dots on her readers taught my 3 year old how to track words on a page.  Find this paper book on her blog here.

and now, thanks to her I Have, Who Has cards, she is reading and recognizing numbers 1-30!

Fran, you are reaching out to more than just the students in your classroom.  THIS is the beauty of the blogging community! :)


  1. Thank you Amanda for such a beautiful post. I loved watching these videos and this reminds me of why I love teaching kindergarten.

  2. How precious of a video!! You have a definite reader on your hands and she is only 3. You had better buy stock in Amazon because she is off and zooming!!

  3. I just found you through Fran! Loved these videos - so exciting!!!! :) I loved when your daughter said "I'm getting faster!". So cute!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

  4. Love these! Your daughter is precious...and a smartiepants! I'm your newest follower :) would be so grateful if you stopped by ours too!

  5. This is the cutest thing I've ever seen!! You have to be so proud!! She is going to kick "the" out of the water in kindergarten!!

  6. Just stopping by from the new follower linky party. Thanks for sharing a link to Kindergarten Crayons! This is such a simple idea for teaching little ones to read. I read your profile and noticed you're a mom and teacher. I'm taking a break from my teaching career to be a SAHM to my two little ones...I love reading blogs of other teacher/moms! I'm your newest follower on GFC!

    Criss-Cross Applesauce

  7. Can I just say I am jealous you get to be a SAHM. I completely embraced teaching when my kids were littler but not I am noticing the things I am missing with them during the day and also I get so tired after the work day!

    Translation: Lately I've been dreaming of staying at home too, but I've worked too hard for my position, and now have my Master's, so I'm staying put! Are you teaching the rest of this year LIsa? You may want to follow my other blog at Lately I've been putting all my mom stuff there. :)