Saturday, 17 August 2013

Where has the summer gone? and a back to school sale!

I love summer!  But I will admit I also love getting ready for a new school year!  This year I have another move (10th school in 12 years).  Yikes!  But I am teaching grade 2 again so that is a bonus.  Back to full time, so I look forward to adding math resources to my TpT store!

Check out Krista Wallden for great graphics!

I have a few new resources I've worked on this summer to share.  Just in time for the big (28% off) sale at Teachers Pay Teachers!  Here are the descriptions.  Click on the pictures to take you to the products.  All resources included curriculum connections.  I Can statements connect to the Ontario Curriculum + Common Core!

Words Rule!  This is my 2nd + 3rd grade spelling program I created and used in my classroom for the last 2 years.  I have posted a Words Rule! Bundle which includes the program, posters and dictionary.  I have also posted the posters and dictionary separately to supplement your word work program.

September Word Work Booklet  This resource is perfect for independent work or pairs during word work, daily 5 or literacy centers.  I plan to add an October to this product, so it is a perfect time to purchase as you will receive the October update before the price increases :)

Daily Math Activities  I can't wait to use this resource!  I love my word work program and I wanted to create a 15 minute program for transition time after recess.  40 weeks of number of the week and survey of the week are provided.  I intend to copy the page back-to-back to keep it simple.  The best news is that it is editable!  Some activities are intended for independent work or pairs.  I have also included some small group or teacher-led activities.

Letters in the Classroom Set 2  I created this set using Melonheadz Kids.  Again I can't wait to use these letters this year for pen pals.  Perfect for teaching asking and answering questions as well as writing personal narratives.  A variety of page options are included so that you can differentiate for your students.

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