23 November 2014

Black Friday LINKY + Giveaway!

Visit The Primary Pack for an absolutely HUGE Giveaway and to link up!

Items on my Wish List: 1. From a Year of Many Firsts- Link Here
there's even a video that goes with this product! How Cool! This product makes me want to start thinking outside the box for my own TPT Store! It is amazing Globe Trot Scott travels around the world to celebrate different holiday traditions. As he visits each location, he will send your students a special package. Inside the package, they will find a letter about his journey and a souvenir. The souvenir may be a fun craft that they will complete or a tasty treat to enjoy.

 2. A HUGE Item on my wish list is Kimberly Geswein Fonts Link Here
This would be a big purchase, but I just keep eyeing it on my wish list. It would be a wonderful Christmas gift.

Currently I use Fonts From the Pond, which I absolutely adore and if you do not have those I highly recommend the purchase! link here
3. Measure On! by Michelle Hudgeons Link Here

We are about the start measurement in my kindergarten class and this unit looks wonderful!

4. Chit Chat Messages, Close Reading Passages and More by Deanna Jump Link Here
My county is starting to implement and Close Reading and this set looks wonderfully engaging for my kinders! 


5. I am really into Tribal Patterns and have had my eye on these Tribal digital papers for awhile. They are so bright and fun! This set is by Elvira Funes Link Here

Now, let's talk about the most WISHLISTED items in my TPT Store!



1. HUGE Rekenrek Task Card Bundle- Link Here

Add this one to your wish list now! I use this item absolutely everyday during Number Talks with my kinders and rekenreks. If you do not have rekenreks they are super easy to make with card stock, pony beads, and pipe cleaners. I even allow students to make one to take home and have number talks at home with their mom, dad, brother, sister, dog or even the refrigerator (they love it when I say that). After using these cards whole group, I then add them to a math station with the rekenreks and tell students to take turns being the "teacher". This set includes over 400 cards. 

2. Counting Forward Task Cards- Link Here


This set includes 80 cards.
Each card has students count forward from a specific number and stop at a specific number.

I would use these in whole group, math calendar, small group and at math station have one student read the card for others to complete the task. 

For example: start counting at 12 and stop at 27. 
These cards are made to print out as black and white. I would suggest printing them on to colored copy paper and then having them laminated to use year after year. 

These cards directly relate with the common core standard MCC.K.CC.2. Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence 
(instead of having to begin at 1).

3. Roll and Trace Sight Words- Link Here

ROLL and TRACE Sight Words
These start off easy and get harder.
This set includes 5 different pages of Sight Words with 24 Words on each page. 

This is a great activity for literature centers. It can be an independent activity where students roll a dice and then trace the sight words under the number they rolled. You can stop there or have them continue to roll and trace until the page is full. 

I would copy on colored copy paper or card stock and have laminated and then have students use a dry erase marker. 

We often have Curriculum Nights where we share games with parents to take home. This would be a great one to use. 

4. Sweet Mixed Up Sight Words Link Here
This set includes 180 SIGHT WORD CARDS!

Great set to use during reading centers for students to try and solve the mixed up sight word and then check to see if they were able to solve using the QR CODE. 

I would have students write down the word they solved and read on a sheet of paper.
To differentiate you could have some groups read the words and then write a sentence using that word. 
ALSO, if students are having trouble solving you could underline the letter that the word begins with on each card. 

I would print these and laminate them to use year after year. 

The candies and colors along with integrating technology make this a very engaging center for students to accomplish independently. 

5. Addition Gum Balls with QR Codes Link Here

Addition Gum Balls with QR CODES for numbers 1-20. 
This set includes 230 Cards!

Have students solve the addition problem and then check their answer using a QR CODE Reader- I usually use a free app
"i-nigma" 

I would print these cards and have them laminated to use year after year. 

This will keep students actively engaged and excited to learn about addition. 


Did I mention a giveaway?

Visit The Primary Pack for an absolutely HUGE Giveaway and to link up!

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