Stretchy the Word Snake!
I have lovvvveeed seeing all of the great find from Target on the BLOGS this summer! I found the cutest pencil boxes today!!!! They came in lots of CUTE colors and patterns for only 69 cents! Place the cards inside the pencil box. Then have the students SLOWLY pull open the box and sound out the letters they see. When they get to the last letter there is a picture for them to self correct their reading!!! Click on the picture below to download!
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Make It: Family-Friendly DIY Valentines Mailboxes (Two Ways)!
As a kid, Valentine's Day was one of my favorite holidays (candy--duh!). We'd make glitter and puff paint-covered Valentine holders in school from paper plates folded in half (classy), which would inevitably reach "maximum candy capacity" and burst open halfway through my walk home from school. Sad times. But this isn't a sad post! We're talking about Valentine's Day mailboxes, people! That's some happy stuff. Imagine my retroactive/future/past/possible surprise if one of these mailbox…
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Target $ Spot Find = Word Choice Resource - Create Teach Share
One day during this last school year while I was circulating throughout my classroom, I came across one of my students who was working on writing. I noticed that besides her pencil, she also had a handful of colored pens lined up next to her Writer’s Notebook. I watched over her shoulder as she wrote.…
Our Mail Station for Valentine's Day
I am so happy with how my mail boxes turned out thanks to this idea that I came across the other day. I headed to the craft store to get wooden circle plaques (39 cents each) and a large dowel ($1.00). I cut the dowel to different sizes, glued them to the circle plaques using E6000 and then painted them. Glued the mail boxes to the top once dry and embellished with ribbon and stickers. They are now ready to be displayed as well as filled with little love tokens for the next 14 days. My kids…
I was so excited about my dollar spot finds the other day that I had to go put it all in my room this morning and drop off some toys from a ...