Seller Spotlight Sunday: Planning Playtime

Welcome to my first ever Seller Spotlight Sunday.
Every Sunday on my blog will now be a guest post from another fabulous TpT Seller. They will be sharing one free resource from their store, one paid resource from their store and something that they have been up to that week or similar! 

So, don't forget to check back every Sunday or sign up for my email list to get notifications of new sellers!

Up first this week is Amy Nielson from Planning Playtime.

My name is Amy, and I am the creator over at the Planning Playtime TPT store and the Planning Playtime blog. I am obsessed with learning, fun, and homemade fudge, and I try to keep all three in my life. I have taught music, preschool, and K-2nd grade reading, and being able to share some of my favorite materials on Teachers Pay Teachers has been very exciting. I try to fill my store with engaging and educational Kindergarten and 1st grade reading, writing, and math activities.

Fun, free alphabet letter games for preschool 

 One of my most popular free products is 5 Fun Alphabet Games for Preschool. This is a fun collection of games to help children learn their alphabet. There are free printable cards included as well as the instructions.

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension 

 I am also excited about one of my latest projects, my Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Passages. This set includes 40 early emergent reading passages, written by work family. The children can highlight the words in the focus word family and color a smiley face as they re-read the passage for fluency. They then get to answer the questions below both by filling the bubble, and writing the word on the line. I've wanted to write my own reading passages since I was a child, and my retired teacher mother taught me to read from passages she had written down on notebook paper. This has been such a fulfilling project for me.

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Worksheet 

 The project my children and I are working on right now is a series of Minute to Win It reading games to practice building and reading words. These are fun activities that can be used in the classroom or at home. We released our first video earlier this week, and we have more coming soon. You can follow along on my blog or catch me on Facebook and Instagram


  1. Thanks for sharing Amy! I really like your video, it brings your activities to life!

  2. Great stuff!!!! Lovely idea for a blog post and well done!

  3. Great ideas, Amy! I'm really interested in your reading comprehension passages and can't wait to check them out. I'm always looking for new material!


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