Book Match♥♥♥

Valentine's Day~An Emergent Reader

We absolutely L♥VE this activity!!! We have been making Book Match Sets for years!
(We finally got around to posting one...yay☺)
Your students can independently sequence the text of the book with the pictures.
 Then illustrate and READ their new book with confidence.
You can organize this in a pocket chart, on a table, or even on the floor!
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Groundhog Day FREEBIE!

Happy Groundhog Day!
We hope you enjoy this FREEBIE.

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Throwback Thursday...already!

Wowzers...that week flew by!
We have been crazy busy DIBELING our 47 darlins' every chance we get.
But we just HAD to post another "oldie"!

We made these silhouttes 4 years ago with our 1-2 multi-age kiddos. We used our overhead projector and chalk to trace their silhouettes on black construction paper. Then we cut them out and mounted them onto blue and red construction paper. Then our class wrote about what they would do if they were the president!

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Throwback Thursday!


In honor of Throwback Thursday, we are posting an "Oldie but Goodie"!
This picture of us was taken 12 years ago.
We dressed up to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday...oh my, we were so young!!!
Dr. Seuss' birthday is going to be here before we know it.
So we would like to give you this FREEBIE to help you celebrate with your kiddos!

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Story Necklaces

Retelling 

After completing our Multi-Flow Maps of If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, our kiddos made storynecklaces and retold the story with a partner. You can click the picture below to click our Multi-Flow map for FREE!!!





We copied our story necklaces onto cardstock. We reviewed the procedures for making the necklaces. Then we set out the materials for our students to use independently...hole punchers and yarn. They did a fantastic job cooperating, sharing, and helping each other!












The next day, our students made mice and completed a fun writing frame!

  


You can download and print our story necklace for FREE at out TPT store!!!
 Simply click on our TPT widget and it will take you straight to it.
Hope your students have as much fun as ours did☺







New Year, New Ideas, New Possibilites!


 
THANK YOU to Stephany, Stephanie, & Kathi at
Primary Possibilities for setting up this awesome New Year, New Ideas, New Possibilities LINKY!
 
Hey Bloggy Friends☺We are so excited about this
LINKY PARTY...it's our very first!!!
You can find our post today over at
Rulin The Roost with Angie.
We are extremely happy to have our guest blogger Amy posting with US today!
We can't wait to meet all of our new Bloggy Friends♥♥♥

Happy 2013! My name is Amy and I am so excited to be a guest blogger for Victoria and Tricia’s blog 2 Super Teachers. This is my first time guest blogging and this linky party is the perfect way to start. I have been teaching for 25 years. I consider myself extremely blessed to have a job that I love (and would continue to do even if I won the lottery!). I am a primary teacher (big kids scare me – LOL) and have taught various combinations of K-3. The last four years, I was an intensive reading teacher for second grade. Each year, I had a full-time class of students who struggled with reading. In addition, most of them had trouble with math and writing. Many of them also had trouble with behavior (understandable, since they had spent the last 2-3 years learning all about what they could NOT do). After four years, I knew that I had found my niche, so at the end of last year, I got certified in ESE K-12. This year, I am working as an ESE resource teacher for grades K-2 and I LOVE it!! I get to spend my days totally focused on my students. I am getting paid to discover how to help my little ones be successful in the gen. ed classroom – how cool is that – without all of the distractions our “housekeeping” duties bring.

I am all about helping students see their potential and achieve their goals. One of the activities I did with my IR kids each year was goal-setting. I found that helping children set realistic goals and then track their progress was very beneficial. So, I thought I would share how I did that.










I hope you will click on the picture above to download this resource from my TPT store. I would also like to invite you to check out my blog by clicking on my button below.








Have an amazing 2013!