Saturday, January 31, 2015

Teach, Blog, Collaborate ----> NEW BLOG

Greeting sweet friends! I have some exciting news! I have teamed up with some wonderful blogging buddies on a collaborative blog called.....




Yup! It will be another way for me to spread the love -  with tips, tricks, freebies and loads of fun stuff! Be sure to follow this NEW blog as it launches. Fun stuff is sure to follow!

Enjoy the weekend :)

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Superbowl $1 Sale

Hello football fans! Are you ready for the big game? I’ve teamed up with PAWStively Teaching and other fabulous TpT sellers to bring you three $1 deals for the big game!



Click on the pics below to head over to STEAL these DEALS which are good for just today (1/31/15 and tomorrow 2/1/15). 





Check out all the GAME STOPPING dollar deals below :) Have a great weekend everyone!!




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Saturday, January 3, 2015

January Pick 3





Hello January 2015! There are so many fun and creative ideas that I love to do in January in my first grade classroom. Below are 3 of my favorites that I’ve found on Pinterest. I hope you can use them too! Click on the link to be directed to the originally post on the pin to learn more! 






I love to teach my firsties about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This is an awesome way to provide a visual of the concept that we are all the same on the inside no matter the color our skin. Certainly a lesson that will be remembered :)






I love love love these snowflakes! They come out amazing! I have done them before with kindergarteners as well! We made them extra large and hung them from the ceiling! 

With the little ones, I precut the shapes for them. I used the shape template that came with our math kit. Here’s what it looks like:



Students love tracing the shapes onto paper! Then they cut them out. You can extend into math with having students cut out a certain number of hexagons, circles, or rhombuses. This project may take a few days to complete. The finish product is beautiful!




This is the coolest snowman ever! What a great way to show the perspective of a melting snowman.  Creative juices really get flowing as students write from the point of view of the snowman! 

Would you like to visit other bloggers January picks? Click on the links below for more super ideas!



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