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Deedee Wills - Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

Stamps! We Love STAMPS!

Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom!
Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students.
Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom!
 
I made my first stamping unit in October of 2011!  WOW!  It has undergone a few revisions over the years, but we still love it.

Reading and Phonics Stamping

 The students can stamp CVC words.
  The students can stamp sight words (this page is editable so you can add your own words.)

Stamping Phonics

This is part of the phonics set of stamping activities. These are the skills included in this set:

• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ Beginning Sounds!
• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ Blends!
• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ CVC Short Sounds!
• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ Digraphs!
• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ Long Vowels and Vowel Teams
• Phonics STAMPING Center ~ Ending Sounds!

You can see the Phonics stamping bundle activities HERE.

This is part of the phonics set of stamping activities. You can see these activities HERE.

Math Stamping

These Number stamps are awesome and I get them HERE.

 Thematic Stamping

My kiddos love the scented ink pads too!
 This is from my Save My Ink Series!
You can find this series of stamping activities HERE!
 

Storing the stamps

You can store the stamps in their original container or move them over to a case like this one.  I got this in the fishing section of WalMart.

Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom! Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom!
Pretty. Darn. Cool.
I have not found this specific bin, but you can see if this one might work.
ArtBin
 
 
Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom!
 
Click HERE to see my stamping words files.
 
Happy stamping!
 
 
 
 
Having a kindergarten stamping station has always been a fun treat for my students! This is a great literacy center and a math station. Check out these ideas on how to make one for your classroom!

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Deedee Wills

Deedee Wills

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!

Hi, I'm DeedeE.

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!
 

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    1. I am not exactly sure of the bin she got. Her post said it was from WalMart! So I bet they still have something like that. I also did a quick search on Amazon, so I added a link in my post to the one I found that looked similar.

      1. They actually look like the ones from the dollar tree in the tool section.

  1. Hello! I love this! Do you have the link for the alphabet stamps? I’d love to use this with my son.

  2. When doing activities that require writing, I have always required my kids to use pencils so they have the ability to correct mistakes. However I notice most of you photos show the writing in marker or crayons. Am I putting too many restrictions on them?

    1. It is really up to you. I just like to offer some variety for students. Sometimes I mix markers or crayons in stations, but at other times I ask them to just use a pencil.

  3. How do you keep the students from mixing ink when they are in small group stations? Mine love stamps too, but they end up stamping with several different colors and messes the ink pads up.

    1. I only give them 1 ink pad. Since I only have 2 students to a center, they share a stamp pad. I change the stamp pad colors out a few times per year. 🙂

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