Well, I was hoping to share some picture of our Valentine’s Day fun with you all today, BUT unfortunately, we had another Snow Day on Thursday so our party will be next week.
I also wanted to share with you some of the fun things we worked on in our poetry unit this week, but since we didn’t finish our week, It will have to wait until next week. I can share with you a new lapbook I created (thanks to my Snow Day) for poetry!
Click the picture below to check it out! I’ll post some pictures of it in action once I can actually put it together with my class.
Last thing: You can only grab my Wacky Words Bundle on Educents for 3 more days!
As a bonus, they’re offing 10% off this weekend only if you use promo code PRES10.
Click the picture below to grab your deal!
Check out this s blend board game from The Speech Space! This product has a fun, wintery feel to it. It contains a game board for addressing sl-blends and another board for sm-blends. There is also a handy data tracking sheet to help keep you organized. This would be great as a partner game.
Keep your kids engaged and moving with these alphabet task cards for the letter P from Ann Rowell. These are great for kinesthetic, auditory, visual, and tactile learners and includes 42 task cards in all. Kids get to search, think, touch, list, cut, draw, color, exercise, sign, discuss, read, write, draw, rhyme, practice left and right, and sound out words! Covers MANY of the common core foundational reading skills for kindergarten and first grade.
I love these foldable sight word books from Brenda Tejeda. They review 5 sight words at a time with fun games and activities. This freebie includes 2 foldable books, 2 enlarged practice pages to do whole-group, directions for the activities, and a list of the words in each book included in the full pack.
Check out this unique freebie from Amy Swan. She says, “Are you looking for a fresh new way for your students to practice sight words? If so — then this “FLASH!” Freebie is just for you!! I call sight words “Camera Words” because students should be able to recognize them “in a flash!” Get your students up and moving and learning at the same time!”
Grab this Winter Olympic Close Read from Kennedy’s Korner. This is perfect to teach your students about the 2014 Winter Olympics. This close read also includes a compare and contrast activity to do with the Paralympics. Your students will learn about athletes who are physically challenged, yet are competing in the Winter Olympics!
Thanks for stopping by, make sure to leave these fabulous freebies some love, and remember, THIS is why we work so hard.
Have a lovely weekend! 🙂