Do you need
Daily Literacy Journals
for Kindergarten?

Journaling is a huge part of the Kindergarten day. It is when the children can reflect on what's been taught and respond to it with pictures and words.

"Daily Literacy Journals for Kindergarten" gives you everything you need to have a year’s worth of quality literacy journaling.

I wrote this eBook to help you meet your reading goals and standards and have tons of fun doing it.

This is the eBook for every Kindergarten teacher who has ever set up, or is considering setting up, journals in their classroom.



Topics include:
  • letter recognition and sounds
  • phoneme blending
  • rhyming
  • beginning sounds
  • ending sounds
  • syllables
  • word families



I’ve been doing literacy journals for several years, and found they make my life more organized, focused and exciting.

How did I start developing Daily Literacy Journals?

When I first started teaching Kindergarten I felt like the children were not writing enough throughout the day. There was a need, and I had to figure out what to do.

The children were not writing in reading class as much as I'd hoped, so I thought about having some type of journal for them to practice in.

Then, I took my state standards and created “prompts” for them.

Overtime, these prompts turned into what I have today. A highly focused, standards based program that is easy to use and extremely fun.



What You'll Receive in This E-book:

100+ standards based focused journal prompts.

Topics include:

  • letter recognition and sounds
  • phoneme blending
  • rhyming
  • beginning sounds
  • ending sounds
  • syllables
  • word families


Download this free printable here!

Do you have something to share? Please write a testimonal! I'd love to hear from you.

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Still have questions? Feel free to contact me about Daily Literacy Journals!

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