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Showing posts with label classic literature. Show all posts
Showing posts with label classic literature. Show all posts

December Freebies

It has come to my attention just how many freebies I have for the month of December. 
December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

Here are some of my favorites:


December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

Hanukkah is super early this year, in fact, it's happening now! Be sure to download this Hanukkah Game Board Freebie. It can be used with skill that needs practicing:  math facts, sight words, task cards. Just do a card, check, and roll your way around the game board.  

December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

Holiday Fluency Freebie is a fun way to practice reading phrases.  With holiday words, of course!

December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

This is my very favorite holiday activity. It focuses on the classic holiday music and the storyline that goes along with it. Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker includes suggestions on which music to play with each part of the storyline. It's a great exercise in visualization, and the kids absolutely love it! Yes, even the boys! How can you miss when the setting is a place called The Kingdom of Sweets! (I've done this every year for at least 15 years!)

December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

This is what my students are working on tomorrow:  Acts of Kindness Countdown gives the kids a chance to count down the days until Christmas and enjoy the joy of giving at the same time.  Plus, everything they are giving is free!
 

December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!

I had to throw in my newest product, although this one is not free.  Holiday No Prep Printables Includes a collection of different Literacy and Math activities that are holiday related, fun for the kids, and great when you're in a pinch... or just don't have time to plan.  Just print and go!


December Freebies: Here are several freebies to help you through the month of December!


What Does a Bunny Have to Do With Easter?

Did you ever wonder where the bunny came from? Or, for that fact, baby chicks? Or eggs? 
What do all these things have in common?

What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!
I often wondered that, so I looked it up, and it all made sense. Rabbits, chicks, and eggs all represent new life.



It is also appropriate that the date of Easter is close to the Spring Equinox. Again, we're talking about new life: rebirth, the world comes back to life.  

It all goes together, doesn't it?


What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!


I really don't think chocolate bunnies tie in, but I think we all could use a chocolate bunny!  Or maybe some Marshmallow Peeps!


What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!



Here are a few books about Easter that I found!  
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Here are a couple of books with a Spring focus!    

What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!   What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!   What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!    What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!       

What post about Easter would be complete with this classic?

What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!

or this one?

What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!

Happy Easter!


What does a bunny have to do with Easter? Did you ever wonder this? Here's the answer, and several book suggestions for the occasion!

Celebrate the King of Nonsense

Read Across America Day is coming up!  
Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss on March 2nd!

Celebrate the King of Nonsense! Ideas, books, and resources to celebrate Dr. Seuss in the classroom. It includes a nonsense word freebie!

We'll be celebrating the whole week of his birthday!

Dr. Seuss was the master of rhyme and nonsense.  In his books, if he didn't have a word that rhymed that fit, he made one up!  And he did it well! Just look at this list of some of my favorite Dr. Seuss books! (Each image is a link to Amazon.)
                                     


So, how do I celebrate Dr. Seuss?  With Nonsense words, of course!  I have this board game freebie with 24 CVC, CCVC or CVCC Nonsense words  Click the image to download the freebie.

Nonsense Word Game Freebie

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Nonsense-Word-Board-Game-Freebie-5262136?utm_source=blog%20post%20dr%20seuss&utm_campaign=nonsense%20word%20freebie

 
Want to have the kids practice more than just short vowel words?  
This extended version has 30 short vowel words, 18 long vowel words, and 18 vowel pairs and R controlled vowels. Click the image for the link to this resource.

Nonsense Word Sort and Game Board


Looking for a little more about Dr. Seuss? Try these two activities in this Science and Social Studies freebie! 


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Science-and-Social-Studies-Activities-for-March-Sampler-5264921?utm_source=blog%20post%20march&utm_campaign=S%20and%20SS%20March%20Sampler
 



Celebrate the King of Nonsense! Ideas, books, and resources to celebrate Dr. Seuss in the classroom. It includes a nonsense word freebie!

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