Sunday, September 11, 2011

Alphabet FUN

We would like to invite you to head on over to our classroom blogs to read all about the fun things we did last week to celebrate the end of our alphabet review unit.  The kids had SO much fun and we now have lots of class books to share with their parents when they come to conferences later this week . . . that’s right . . . it’s already that time of year!!!  Hard to believe, huh???

 

Here’s a little {sneak} peek at some of the literature based activities you saw our kids doing.  They are included in our alphabet FUN unit . . . which is available in our TpT store.  alphabet FUN

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18 comments:

  1. I bought the unit (and my kiddos and I are LOVING it!!!) and I didn't see the Mixed up Alphabet activity in it. Can it be purchased separately? Thanks for the fantastic resources!!
    Miss Jensen

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  2. So glad to hear that your kids are loving it. The mixed up alphabet activity you saw is actually something we got from Cara Caroll who publishes The First Grade Parade blog. We used the adorable cards from her unit along with a record sheet we created for our center. Head on over to her blog or TpT store to pick up a copy of her Back to School unit.

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  3. This is really cute! I'll definitely check it out!

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  4. I was introduced to your blog, today, and LOVE it. Had to be come a fb fan. Plus, as an up-and-coming teacher the A-Z resource will be wonderful! Since I am familiar with A-Z, I also became a fan of their fb page (I didn't know they had one). Also added you to my favorites on TpT. Winning the year-long subscription would really help me start building my classroom library. :)

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