Yay for Friday and Dr. Seuss

I am soooo glad it's Friday. While I love teaching, this week has been a bit of a challenge behavior wise...I think we're all hyped up about Valentine's Day! 

We graphed Valentine colored chocolate candy today (a.k.a M&Ms) and also did a little data sheet. These are both part of my Love is in the Air pack.


I had to share these pictures of what one of my groups did at literacy workshops today. They went to the game bucket and were so excited when I could come look at all the games they had finished!


I also just posted my Fun with Dr. Seuss pack on TPT. You can find the pack and a full description  here. There are lots of language arts and math centers as well as writing prompts and a graphing activity. Numerous common core standards are covered, so be sure to go check it out. I will give one copy away to the first person to comment here that also 1. Follows my blog and 2. Follows my TPT store. Make sure to let me know both in your comment and don't forget your email. Happy weekend!!

11 comments

  1. I am so bad! I do follow your blog and your TPT store! I am so excited!

    rmariemuniz@yahoo.com

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  2. Rachel - I will email you your pack! Thanks :)

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  3. Looks Good! So glad you finished. Have a great weekend!

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  4. Looks wonderful, as always. :)

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  5. Looks great and fun! I am your newest follower! :)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  6. <<<< someone got a paaaackkkkaaagggee!!! LOVE IT!!!! blogging about it on VDAY!!!! thanks friend!!!


    Rachel
    Ms. Rachel’s Room

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  7. All of your idea look so wonderful and engaging! Can't wait to use some in my classroom... I see that you just recently started your own blog in January and you already have a big following- any tips? I too, am new to the blogging world but can't seem to find a way to get myself out there!

    I have a blog: http://fearlessfirst.blogspot.com/
    TpT Store: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Lovely-Lauren

    Any advice or tidbits you have to offer would be fantastic! Thanks :)

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