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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

And the winner is.....

If only you could hear my awesome drum roll that's playing in my head! :)  


Melanie, I will be emailing CTP with your email address.  They will forward it on to you! :)

Okay---so in Treasures this week, we are working on the story Meet Ben Franklin (which I really enjoy) and long E with ee and ea (which I don't enjoy).  My students are doing pretty well with reading the pattern, the spelling--ahh--well reading them is half the battle! :)  Below you will find a simple long e sentences for a read and draw, and a riddle page.  Click the pic to grab yours.

I have story questions that I typed up, but they are the computer at school.  Here's the story quiz though.

Thanks for the comments you all have left me.  They cheer me up.  One thing I want to leave you with---another quote that I found floating around on pinterest.  It's similar to the one from yesterday, but it really does make me stop and think.
I have a lot to be thankful for.  I need to focus on the positives, not the negatives in my life.  Enjoy your evening! :)

(oh and if you wanna leave a comment---I won't be hatin')


  1. What is the name if the basil reader you use?? It sounds very similar to the one I use with my first graders:) is it Reading Street?? If it is... I have lots to share with you:)

  2. Tammy, we use Treasures Reading Series by McMillan/McGraw.

  3. Ok:) it seems like it follows very closely to the same phonic lessons we have.

  4. I'm on the same week as you! We're reading the story tomorrow so this little quiz would be perfect. Thanks for sharing! Have a great rest of the week! : )

  5. I am super excited!! Thank you very much I can't wait!


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