Monday, April 14, 2014

Hens, pizza and bread

We read the Little Red Hen and I made some resources to complement the story.

This is a vocabulary bag to consolidate vocabulary from the story. I placed some words related to the story and things you can make with flour, like muffins, pizza and bread. I sealed the bag and let kids find the words there.

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    Saturday, April 12, 2014

    Fresh off the press: Easter

    New Easter Bundle!

    Looking for printables to complement your Easter bundle unit? Easter bundle contains 15 files: 

    Number 3 eggs file folder
    Easter Abc sorting mats
    Easter Abc matching cards
    Easter cards and envelopes
    EasterCounting cards
    Easter word wall cards
    Easter flashcards
    Easter build a word
    Easter visual discrimination cards
    Easter sizing cards
    Easter odd and even mats
    Easter jokes
    Easter ordinal eggs
    Easter question of the day 
    Easter vocabulary mat

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    Friday, April 11, 2014

    Easter roll & keep it!- freebie

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      Friday, April 4, 2014

      Ants go marching!- freebie

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        Fresh off the press: Spring

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          Monday, March 31, 2014

          April's cool day

          April Fools' Day happens on the first day of April, but do you know why we play tricks and practical jokes on one another? 
          April Fools' Day is about more than playing jokes, tricks and pranks. That's just the most fun part of the day! Check out why we're all so mischievous on April,1st.
          In the 16th century, France celebrated the New Year just like we do today, except they partied on April 1st. In 1562, Pope Gregory changed the calendar to the one we use today and from then on, the New Year began on January 1st. Lots of peeps didn't know about the new calendar, or they ignored the new calendar and kept celebrating on April 1st. Everyone else called them April fools and played tricks on them.

          I don't like the idea of playing tricks in my class so we will have an "April's cool day" 
           I made a set of "knock, knock" jokes to have fun with my  kids

          -Knock, knock!
          -who's this?
          -Justin who?
          - Justin time for dinner!

          joke is something spoken, written, or done with humorous intention. Jokes may have many different forms, e.g., a single word or a gesture (considered in a particular context), a question-answer, or a whole short story

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            Friday, March 28, 2014

            Weather prompts- freebie

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