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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Teacher Appreciation

I hope you're all enjoying your week so far!!  I just wanted to THANK YOU for all that you do!!  

Teachers truly are special people, and I'm not saying that because I am one!  I have always loved school, and I was fortunate enough to have great teachers from elementary through college.  I am so thankful for all they have done for me through the years to help me get to where I am now.  

In honor of Teacher Appreciation, Teachers Pay Teachers is having a sale!
I am also having a sale in my TpT store.  Most products are 20% off.  The two mega sets I had were already discounted, but you still receive the extra 10% off if you enter the code at checkout.

I want to showcase some of the products I've made that I feel have truly helped my students.

I had many pre-primer students coming to me this year from Kindergarten.  One of my little ones only recognized 5 sight words the beginning of the school year.  I can now say that she's mastering many words, and her reading has SOARED!    Her mom told me at conferences that she believed these stories helped her and thanked me!  (How wonderful to hear, right?) :)

Making Words activities have been a favorite for both myself and my students for several years now.  I like them because it provides them with letter manipulatives to use to build words.  Students like them because they get to use the letters to build given words.  It makes it "easier" than just building words with given letters.  I also like it because the layout is easy for subs too, as there are directions to read for each lesson.  I have a few others in my store as well, but these are the ones I used this year.

This was a fun day of lessons that I left behind for my sub.  It worked perfectly for them, and she loved the little pig craft that the students did.  It is so nice to be able to have a quick lesson for those emergency days.  

But, now that we are nearing the end of the year, here are some things that my students are enjoying.
This picture above will take you to the combo pack. 
Once there, there are two links in the item description that will take you to the math pack, or the language pack if you need separate centers.
These centers do not require paperwork.  They are fun games to add to your tubs.  However, if you'd like work to go with them, I did make a printable pack with the same skills as the game.

My students also enjoyed our digraph/blend game.  This also would be simple to add to your centers.

If you're already thinking next year---YOU ARE AWESOME and CRAZY at the same time! :)

**Clicking on the images above will take you to the product listing.  If you would like to visit my store and browse, you can click on the image below.**

Thank you for all the support you have given me as I've grown as a blogger, and TpT-er. 
 I appreciate all of you! :) 

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