My Top Ten "Go To" Resources

Every year in August I get lots of questions asking which resources I recommend the most from my TeachersPayTeachers store. So I've compiled them in this blog post! Hope this is helpful to those who are browsing! You can click on the title above each image (e.g. #10: Fill in the Blank: Sight Word Poems for Kindergarten) to go to each resource in my store!

UPDATED 07.28.21: I updated this list with one new resource and I added corresponding digital packs for virtual teachers!

#10: Fill in the Blank: Sight Word Poems for Kindergarten

#9: My Book of Holiday Words Bundle

Here is a close up picture of one of the pages in the Thanksgiving book:

#8: Kindergarten Literacy Assessment Bundle

Here is a close up photo of the alphabet assessment:

#7: Alphabet Intervention Mini Books

I wrote a whole blog post about how I use these over on Kinder Tribe years ago. If you are interested in reading it, click here:


#6: White & Rainbow Teacher Binder

I shared my teacher binder in more detail in this blog post: if you are interested in taking a look!

There is also a BINDERS highlight on Instagram where you can see how I put together my binders!

#5: Editable Calendars & Newsletters

Here is a photo of our October calendar & newsletter I made using the this resource!

#4: Kindergarten Activities Mega Bundle

Here are some photos of the centres included!


#3: Step by Step Kindergarten Writing Bundle

I use these linking charts (included in Step by Step #1) from the first day of school!

#2: Sight Word Mini Books Mega Bundle

Here are some photos of what the "I" booklet looks like:


Digital Sight Word Activities (Google Slides) - The YEAR LONG Bundle

#1: Kindergarten Math Centres: The Year Long Bundle

Here's what the lesson plans look like (there are 8 lessons for 2D shapes, the first 5 are shown here).

You can see more pictures from this bundle by going to my "Math Ideas" page and clicking on the subjects that interest you! Click here to visit my "Math Ideas" page.


Definitely my biggest labour of love during the 2020-2021 school year! I started creating these based on a request from my friend who was switched to virtual last minute and loved how they turned out. I will definitely be using these in class when I return (the lessons are no prep, just project on a screen or interactive whiteboard!) and you can use many of these activities whole group during a math lesson and then leave out a few as a centre if you have an interactive whiteboard!

I had lots of feedback from virtual teachers this past year saying they were happy with these math units as well :)

I hope this is somewhat helpful! Let me know if you have any questions!