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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Silly Stations Giveaway!!

I am a little late blogging about our Seuss Stations, but school life has been crazy lately.  The last few weeks have been filled with ice and snow days and 2 hour delays going into work.

During the craziness, I added to my Silly Stations pack.


Here are some of the activities that the kids completed during our Read Across America week.

I printed copies of this puzzle and then chopped each student's puzzle and held them together with a paper clip.  The students had to glue the puzzle in order counting by 2's onto construction paper.  We haven't practiced counting by 2's a whole lot so this was a fun and simple way.

I used "There's Money in My Pocket" during one of my Math Stations after reading There's a Wocket in My Pocket.

The kids practiced telling time to the hour with "It's Time to Leave, Cat!".  They did really well telling time.

I used the following Station to review blends.

We haven't practiced this before, but the kids chose cards and then recorded the missing letter.  They had to pay close attention to whether a capital or lowercase letter was missing.

This is an example of a math station in which the kids had to keep counting.

We also practiced finding and recording missing addends.

Most of you have probably already completed your week on Read Across America, but I am going to give a copy away that you can put away for next year. :)

If you would like to win, simply:
1. Follow my blog, leave comment with email below.
2. Follow my TPT store, leave comment with email below.
3. Follow me on Pinterest, leave comment with email below.
4. Follow me on Instagram, leave comment with email below.

Good luck and I will be back shortly to announce a winner! :)

Friday, March 13, 2015

Five for Friday~ St. Patrick's Day Giveaway!

I am linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching to share five highlights from my week.


This week our class began learning about St. Patrick's Day.  We will continue to learn about St. Patrick's Day through next Tuesday.  After that we will begin Community Helpers in preparation for our upcoming Career Day.

Our kids' report cards are due before the end of the month so I added many printables to this packet to use for assessing.


Here are 5 ideas that we used this week:

I used this to see if my students could fluently subtract within 5.
This printable has matching picture choices that the students have to cut and paste.
I used this as an assessment to see if the students could isolate beginning, middle and ending sounds.
The students practiced counting and matching numbers.
I also assessed whether the kids could fluently add within 5.

This packet contains many Math and Literacy Printables and Stations.  It also contains a few craft and writing activities.

I am giving this pack away to one lucky reader.  

Here's how to win:
1. Follow my blog, leave comment with email below.
2. Follow me on TPT, leave comment with email below.
3. Follow me on Pinterest, leave comment with email below.
4. Follow me on Instagram, leave comment with email below.

Good luck!  I will be back later to announce a winner!