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Fabulous Friday!

I added what I think is my favorite product EVER to my store last week! When I was little, I I remember visiting the Hello Kitty store while at the mall. I would always beg my mom to let me buy the grab bag! It was always so fun to discover a new treasure to add to my collection!

Each week, I make a TON of random worksheets {and other stuff!} for my classroom. It might be a random note for kids, a holiday goody, a science worksheet or a fun new classroom decor. It’s too little to turn into a new product, so I’ve decided to offer you my version of the Hello Kitty grab bag… Grab Bag Galore!

At least two times a month {but likely more!} I will add new stuff to this collection {1-2 page treasures}!

I’ve already added a few goodies {and one often requested, but no longer available product of mine!} The price will increase as more treasures are added, but you’ll always have access to the the previous content! I promise this will be worth it!

We’ve chatted a lot about nouns recently. Last week, we focused on what a noun is by making these noun flippers. You can grab this freebie {here}

Then, we moved into a Noun Sort.

This sort is included in Grab Bag Galore!

This week, we’ve been discussing proper nouns by using a bunch of the goodies found in my Super Sweet Nouns unit. The kids especially loved the Super Sweet Sugar Search around the room!

    I love First Grade Fairytales’ Proper Noun Pizzas! Head over to grab her freebie!

    We also worked a bunch on shapes this week! I am lovin’ Smitten with First’s awesome pack, Shake Rattle and Roll! She definitely got me with the name BUT the pack is great too!

    We made these fun Shapes Around Me pictures!

    SO creative!

    Then, we used First Grade Fairytales My Shape Pizzas.

    They are too stinkin’ cute!

    And we also squeezed in some Math Monsters, too!

    Next week we’re onto money. I’m pretty sure it will not be as fun as shapes!


    2 Responses

    1. You are definitely not alone! Just this week we were looking at short and long ea words and some of my little friends couldn't remember the short e sound…oh no! This rhyme to read app looks fantastic! I love how it has word families and sight words. I will have to check it out, thank you for the reference! Have a great weekend!

      Teach Talk Inspire

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