Welcome to my new page specifically designed to spotlight my emergency lesson plans. These are plans that are ready for a sub--complete with instructions (you will need to include the book, your schedule, and lunch/bus routines). No need to wait for a sub--it is something that you would find fun to do with your kiddos. The activities can also be incorporated into math and literacy stations for independent practice. This was my first one to create! It comes with two literacy activities, two math activities, and group activities complete with printable cards. You may purchase it at my TpT store. Click on the picture to be linked to my store.
Tomorrow is Leap Year and there is a sale going on...
and I can't figure out how to make this wonderful picture enlarge and still be legible...
So what do I do?
I guess I will just need to tell you about it
TpT is having a sale and is offering 10% off when you enter the code L2P9Y
and I am having a sale at my store and offering 20% off. That is a total of 30% off tomorrow!
...so does anyone know how to make that picture work for me? I would like to make more occasionally...
I created it in Oo Draw, saved to a PDF, uploaded to Docs, saved as an picture, and uploaded to here.
Seems like too much work!
We had our first snow day yesterday and we have another one today.
I was hoping to spend a whole day working on some creations, but I spend yesterday getting my computer back up and running again. This is the second time in less than a year that I have had to reset it to factory settings. Not so bad the first time, because it was only a few weeks old and I didn't have much on it. This time, not so happy because I had like a
things on it that I had to reinstall and reload a ton of things! Couldn't find everything...
so I am hoping it is on my school computer--fingers crossed!
Hopefully I will be able to do more creating on day two.
While I was cutting out some extra monster cards for my class, my niece decided she wanted to play
one of the games. I thought she might so I printed off alphabet monster cards. She started lining them up and told me she was going to play "memory"--great idea! She showed me something that I hadn't even thought of...
...matching the monsters.
She is in preschool and can identify and match some capital and lowercase letters, so she began matching the monsters together.
...she found a letter in her name! Awesome--love that smile!
Look at all those matches on the floor! And the best part---
she was playing a game on the DS and put it down to play my monster game
without me asking! Love it!!
In honor of Michaela you can download my monster ABC game here.