So, what do you think everyone? Courtney over at Blogs Fit for a Queen is AMAZING! I had no idea what I wanted my blog to look like, but Courtney figured it out! Seriously, if you don’t have a blog and you want one, contact Courtney!!
Now that I have this wonderful blog, I have to use it! I promise that I will do my best to stay updated but I’m really a Facebook junkie so if you’re not following me over there…you really should! I love doing flash freebies! What are you waiting for? Click here!
If you’re already following me over on Facebook then you know I have a giveaway going on! The main reason for this giveaway is to help get my Kindle Fire DonorsChoose project funded before the school year ends! All you have to do is donate 1 DOLLAR!! There will be 3 winners- $10 to spend in my store, $5 to spend in my store, and a product of your choice! Just enter using the Rafflecopter below.
I know we all have our classrooms and families that we spend money on, but my students are going to leave Kindergarten not knowing what “technology” really is! We have chalkboards and computers that Bill Gates would be embarrassed to touch (and my county’s evaluation system works off the Gates Grant…hmmm…)
So I’m begging you, please please help out my students! To add a little something extra to the mix, I will email a little freebie to everyone who donates if my project gets funded by the end of this giveaway! (Leave a comment here with your email, click on my cute little email button on the right side of this blog and send me your email, or message me your email on Facebook!)
• FALL • SIGHT • WORD • SENTENCES •Did you watch any football this weekend?? Tell me who you're rooting for in the comments! 💙🧡 I'm so happy it's football season again and I can watch the Gators play! 🐊My students loved finding these read-trace-write-glue sentences for morning work. These are a great way to practice reading sight words and writing sentences. This was always a fun one to use in the fall at the beginning of football season! 🏈 》http://bit.ly/fallsentences ... See MoreSee Less
Whoa, we're halfway through September!!! 🍂These monthly reading logs are the perfect way to make reading at home fun! My students and families loved getting their new log each month in their folder. Then when they read a book, they colored part of the picture.I also added different writing and recording pages on the back so they could write the title, characters, setting and more.This a such a fun way to track reading and help hold students accountable for doing it!🔗 bit.ly/readinglogsallyear ... See MoreSee Less
Teachers are some of the hardest working people on the planet! 🍎To say thank you for all the work you do for students, we have some amazing 💲 deals for you.On Sunday, September 5th + Monday, September 6th, search #laboroflove on TpT to find hundreds of products marked down to only $1.TIP: To see products relevant to the grade level you teach, make sure to filter the results with the grade level(s) you want to shop for.Load up on everything you need to get you started off on the right foot this school year (for just a few bucks!) 🎉Go here to see all the products included>>>> bit.ly/3D0u8Ty》All About Apples 》bit.ly/applespack》Ways to Show Numbers 》bit.ly/shownumbers ... See MoreSee Less
》S C H O O L 🔤These alphabet activities have a fun #backtoschool theme and are a great way to see where your students are at with their letter and sound knowledge!Perfect for Kindergarten and Pre-K or any students working on letter knowledge.Practice these skills with your new students!⭐ Uppercase/lowercase matching⭐ Letter identification and sound knowledge ⭐ Beginning letter sounds🔤 bit.ly/schoolabcs... See MoreSee Less
How do you work on handwriting at the beginning of the year??I always paired handwriting with our letter of the day. These pages also helped my students practice reading simple sentences. And I always, always let them use markers to make it extra fun!!Another way to use these are with dry erase pockets. Save on paper and reuse them over and over! You can put them in a literary center, morning work bin, or for early finishers.You'll find these printables in my Print and Go pack for Letters & Sounds 🔤🖨 bit.ly/printgoletterssounds... See MoreSee Less