January 7, 2012

Hodge Podge of Good Stuff

 

My little ones enjoyed using some of the winter pocket chart activities that I made.. They loved them! And I love that I can hand them a bag and they get excited for a little “pocket chart time” with a friend. A win for both of us!

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Here are two girls doing the number word match. I asked how it was.. and they said “It was easy but it took a long time.” They were probably there less than 10 minutes. I hardly think that is a long time!

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This is the match the sentence to the picture activity. This was a GREAT activity and I will be making more of these. It made them think, sound out words, and engaged them working with a partner to figure out the matches. It was a success.

You can buy these in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. It’s a set of pocket chart/winter centers.

Winter Centers/Pocket Chart Activities

I did not make recording sheets to go with this unit. I didn’t because they are perfect pocket chart activities. Of course, they can be used on a table or on the floor. No need for a pocket chart if you don’t have one.


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I want to thank

Buggy For Second Grade

Confessions from a First Year Teacher

Blooming Into First Grade

for awarding me blogging awards.

 

7 quick things about me:

{1} My birthday is coming up.. January 17th!

{2} The first thing I do when I get home from school each day is put on a pair of pajama pants then pour myself a BIG glass of cold, ice tea!

{3} I love glitter.

{4} I have been married 10 1/2 years. It feels like about 2 years.

{5} I own a stationery business- Doodle Bugs Paper - that I started in 2003. Believe it or not I consider it my first job and teaching is my second job. I spend way more hours processing stationery than working on school work.

{6} I love cold pizza for breakfast.

{7} I love animals.

{8} My office is painted pink.


If you haven’t heard.. Pete has a new book.. Yippie!

Available May 1st..

Here is what Amazon’s description says..

Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirt—the one with the four totally groovy buttons. But when one falls off, does Pete cry? Goodness, no! He just keeps on singing his song—after all, what could be groovier than three groovy buttons? Count down with Pete in this rocking new story from the creators of the bestselling Pete the Cat books.

Preorder from Amazon now.


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And so far.. the BEST  thing about today. I woke up at 8:30! Whooopie!

Have a great weekend! I am working on orders this morning then hopefully going to enjoy some quiet time this afternoon.

me + the couch + a cozy blanket + dvr shows

Bring it on!

xoxo, kacey

13 comments:

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Congrats on the awards! Your station activities look great! =)
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Erin said...

A NEW PETE THE CAT BOOK?!

I love Pete the Cat! So excited for this! Thanks for sharing about it!

Creating & Teaching

Kelley Cirrito said...

I love the picture of the clock! You are too funny! I love reading your blog and just had to give you the award! :) Enjoy your weekend!

S. Parker said...

I love your stuff. I must go over to your stationary store soon and order some cuteness made by you. :)

Kristin said...

Your stuff is absolutely adorable all the time! I think it's your stationery stuff overlapping and that's why. :) The pocket chart winter stuff is on my wish list.
I put my pajama pants on practically when I pull into the garage! :)
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

Lisa Lizak and Beth Wright said...

Love your blog, winter stations, and stationary! I'm a huge fan of your work and just started officially "following" you today :) Thanks for being a great inspiration :)

Lisa :) (new follower)
http://madeintheshadeinsecondgrade.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

love your blog cute ideas.gjdhoward23@yahoo.com

Kim said...

I love all your centers and activities...it's all so cute!!

Kim
First Grade Facts

Meghan Mayhew said...

I have an award waiting for you on my blog. Stop by and check it out. :)

Inside The Classroom- http://www.mrsmayhew.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I LOVE your blog. I appreciate that you show all of your items in the packets you sell. I buy them every week to every other week! Thank you for allowing your followers to download the corresponding worksheets for free. You have a loyal customer of me. I check back each week. Getting ready to buy your winter centers now! One question, what type of printer do you use? How much ink do you go through just for the classroom...not your business?

Kristen
cordeskristen@yahoo.com

Jonelle Bell said...

I gave you The Versatile Blogger Award because I {heart} your blog button!
Jonelle
A Place Called Kindergarten

Erin Eberhart said...

Your pocket chart activities look presh. And I cannot wait for that Pete the Cat book to come out. Squeal!

Isn't awful that we consider 8:30 sleeping in? ha The joys of being a teacher :)
Erin
Eberhart’s Explorers

Barbara said...

I didn't know about the new Pete the Cat book. Very cool! Thanks for sharing.
Barbara
Grade ONEderful