It’s Tuesday, so I’m back with two more great deals to help you prepare for next school year!
First up is my Roll & Cover Game Board Bundle. These games are great for both first and second graders to use during your word work rotation or even during small group time. I have included directions on how students can use independently, as partners, or in small groups (6 or fewer). Here are some previews:
My second deal is my Grab a Book, Take a Look pack. This pack is filled with graphic organizers you can use with a variety of books. There are response sheets for both fiction and nonfiction. There are graphic organizers with clipart that is appealing to younger students as well as a more streamlined section of organizers for older students. I have also included book review pages, bookmarks, and reading calendars in the pack.
Here are some pictures of the pages in action:
These packs are marked down significantly for today only. Grab them while you can!
Don’t forget that today’s the last day for my Magic Tree House sale.
If you love a great deal as much as I do, be sure to head over to Chalk One Up for the Teacher and look around!
Just finished up a book companion for Amazing Animal Journeys, a Level 3 National Geographic Kids text. This book follows the migration of zebras, red crabs, and walruses. If you already own the bundle, be sure to grab this latest addition.
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