Sunday, May 15, 2011

A Reading Shell-a-bration & A FREEBIE!

I just uploaded an ocean themed packet to use during our school’s Right to Read Week (a week long reading celebration we have annually in Ohio).  It is not intended to be a complete unit.  It was intended to help integrate the theme easily into my classroom!   If you don’t celebrate Right to Read week, you could have your own beach-themed shell-a-bration, or you could opt to use these resources to wrap up your school-year with summer themed resources!  If you're interested in scoping out the resources I've created for our Right to Read Week Reading Shell-a-bration, you can preview the 16 page file HERE. The first three people to comment on this post will get this packet for zero dollars!  :) 





Also, again, I'd like to take the time to thank everyone who follows my blog and TpT store.  I love the fabulous collaborative community we've built through our blogs, and I love learning from all of you.  In honor of surpassing 600 followers this weekend, I'd love to share yet another freebie file with you.  (I was going to share it with you anyway, but this gives me a good reason to celebrate!  Ha!)  This poster has been extremely helpful to my students when they are working with informative texts.  I hope you'll find it useful with your own kiddos! 

13 comments:

  1. You are very creative! I love and follow your blog often!

    Lori
    tlplus3@wi.rr.com
    Little Priorities

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  2. Wow. What a great unit.
    kringangel@Yahoo.com

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  3. Looks awesome! Thanks for sharing your amazing resources with us!

    Gladys
    http://teachinginhighheels.blogspot.com
    teachinginhighheels@gmail.com

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  4. How cute! I definitely want to incorporate some type of reading celebration as we end the year to keep my kids' momentum going with reading. Thanks!

    funteacher777@gmail.com

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  5. Absolutely awesome unit. Just what I need for some end of the year fun. jrich@mgaes.org

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  6. I am a first year teacher and I love your blog! I wish I had all the money in the world to buy all your creative teaching tools. I have gotten SO many ideas and inspiration from you and this blog! Thank you for sharing! One day I hope I can become creative enough to make materials like you have!

    amiewetmore@gmail.com

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  7. It looks great! Students will have tons of fun with this! Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Love it Amanda!! So cute!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. This looks great!
    becky.bacon@cox.net

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  10. Thank you for sharing. Can you tell me what font or graphics you used for Reading Shore is Fun?

    www.littlemisskindergarten.blogspot.com

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  11. oh sure, just when I leave to go clean I miss out! crud :(


    Jennifer

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  12. This looks amazing! I love your blog! quiltwoman0@gmail.com

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