Friday, June 28, 2013

Happy Summer!

Happy Summer!
WOW, we've had a busy yet fun 2012-2013 school year and 
We are just thrilled that we have a few months off for some much needed rest and family time!  
We hope you're all enjoying your summer as well, and we've got lots to share with you.  Plus, as a kick off to summer, we're giving one lucky follower a $30 shopping spree in our Teachers Pay Teachers Store!   But first before we fill you in on this giveaway, we'd like to show you some of our newest products that we've added to our store!

We've added six different paper practice/word work activities that can easily be incorporated into your literacy centers.  Each set contains 30+ worksheets!   These worksheets work well with Treasures, our newest reading program, but if you teach first grade high frequency words then you will love these practice pages for your students.  They give great practice and are perfect for students to work independently in centers.  Just click the title above each pic below and you can head over to our store and check them out!


Spin a Sight Word
Students use a plastic spinner (or pencil and paper clip), and write the word they land on.



Rainbow Words
Students simply read, trace, and write the words in rainbow color in order to help them memorize these words

Write a Rainbow
Students practice writing the words in different rainbow colors in 
order to help them memorize the words.

Roll a Sight Word
Students roll a dice, and write the corresponding word.

Word Boxes
Students use the letter boxes to write the words.


Read Write Build
Students use the letters to cut and paste while creating their words.

At the end of each set  is a list of high frequency words that are incorporated into each word work set.

Another newest addition to out TpT store is our 
Common Core Math Vocabulary Cards.
 Included are 100 math vocabulary word cards, with both definition and pictures. These cards are great for focus walls, vocab and word walls, and reinforcement of those concepts that our first graders must know.   Just click the pic below and you can check this handy little set out!

 


Now onto our little giveaway!  
You've got 5 ways to enter.  Please comment separately for each entry you complete.

1.  Leave a comment below about any tips/activities you've tried and/or used during literacy centers
2.  Follow our blog {If you're on bloglovin' you can follow us HERE we'll give you more info about bloglovin' in our July 1st post}
3.  Follow our TpT store
4.  Blog about our new products and leave the link in your comment
5.  Pin one of our newest products from this post and leave the link to your pin in your comment

 Our giveaway ends on Monday, July 1st at 5:00 (PST).  
We will choose one winner who will choose $30 total in free products from our store.   
Winner will be chosen using RANDOM.org and the winner will be announced shortly after the giveaway ends!
Thanks for stopping by!



21 comments:

Rachel said...

I follow your blog!

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Rachel said...

I follow your TPT store!

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Rachel said...

Here is my pin! Love this one:

http://pinterest.com/pin/145944844147501959/

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Rachel said...

Love the Elmo or document camera! I had purchased your Earth Day unit, so I read aloud the story Michael Recycle using it. The students can see the pictures so clearly! Love that piece of equipment! It helped when I explained some of the activities!

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Renee S. said...

I have students use magazines to find representations of picture/letter/word/sentence.

Renee S. said...

I follow your blog!

Renee S. said...

I follow your TPT store!

Jen P said...

http://pinterest.com/pin/106960559873159908/
Love the math vocabulary!

Jen P said...

I follow your blog :)

Jen P said...

I'm following on tpt

jbales said...

Oh my good gracious! Your sight word center activities would be the answer to my prayers. I am starting centers this year and am scrambling for engaging, meaningful activities for my firsties.
I have always been a follower and lood forward to your creative posts. I will pin your ideas and try to figure out how to leave the link-I am not tech. savvy. :)http://pinterest.com/jbales/daily-5/
Thanks again! Julie heyjbales@sbcglobal.net

Amy said...

I follow your TPT store.

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Amy said...

I follow your blog by e-mail.

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Jude Eastman M.Ed. and IAC/MCC said...

I love have the kids red-write-build the sight words of the week--rainbow writing--putting them in abc order--make them out of playdoh. judeeastman@gmail.com

Jude Eastman M.Ed. and IAC/MCC said...

I follow your blog.
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Jude Eastman M.Ed. and IAC/MCC said...

I follow your store.
judeeastman@gmail.com

Tami Malan said...

I love your blog! Your store is great. Thanks for sharing your ideas!

Katy said...

I follow your blog!

- Katy
firstgradekate@gmail.com

Sabrina said...

I follow your blog on Bloglovin

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Sabrina said...

I follow your TpT store

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Mrs D said...

I follow both your blog and tpt store, and here's a link to one of these awesome products: http://pinterest.com/pin/8585055512602388/

I'm also a new follower, so thanks!

Mrs. D Reading with Mrs. D

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