Sunday Funday!

April 20, 2014
Thanks to Molly at Lucky to Be in First for the cute graphic!

First, I'm throwing a little sale in my TpT store today and tomorrow.  Make sure to check it out.  Also included in the sale are Easter/Spring and Earth Day units!

Now onto some Sunday Fun!

Super Teacher Worksheets

April 19, 2014

If you are a teacher and have ever searched the Internet for a worksheet to meet your lesson needs, chances are that you have stumbled upon Super Teacher Worksheets at one point or another.  The website has been around for several years but has undergone a few changes recently.  I had the opportunity to check out the updated website recently, and I was quite impressed!

Fraction Review Craft Activity

April 16, 2014

Spring is the perfect time for this fraction review!  Not only will it help your students prepare for upcoming testing, it will also make an adorable art project! 

Free Jellybean Graphing Activity

April 15, 2014

If you are still allowed to use edible manipulatives during your math lessons, here is an activity you might consider using with your students.  Since Easter is on Sunday (What?!? Where did the time go?), grab a bag of jellybeans and enjoy this simple math activity. 

 Just give each student several jellybeans, have them sort them, and then complete the graphing activity and questions!  When they're finished, let your students eat their manipulatives!

If you would like this free activity packet,  Download Here.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail...

April 13, 2014

This year has just flown by.  It's hard to believe Easter is this week, and school will be over for the year next month.  Crazy! 

Anyhow, speaking of spring, it is the perfect time to incorporate some Beatrix Potter works into your classroom!  I absolutely adore her books.  Not only are her illustrations easily identifiable, but she used vibrant and illustrative language in her books.  More often that not, Beatrix connected the two, which make her books perfect for comprehension and word study.  And that, my friends, means they are great texts to use to teach or review Common Core Standards.

Earth Day Madness!

April 02, 2014

IT IS FINALLY SPRING! After a harsh winter, we are in our first week of 70+ weather each day.  Today, it even hit 80!  Woo-ho!  To say I am loving it would be quite the understatement! 
Speaking of spring, Earth Day is only two weeks away. In the past, I've always based my Earth Day lessons and activities around Dr. Seuss' The Lorax.  I once had a Lorax unit with all of the activities included, but since Seuss Enterprises doesn't want teachers creating resources to go with their books (grrrr!), that is no more. 
The good news is that I updated that unit and replaced all the Lorax references with an Earth Day theme!  The unit can be used by itself or with an Earth Day-themed book, and if you'd like to use The Lorax, it will work PERFECTLY with it as well!

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