Saturday, March 26, 2011

Zoo Animals! Literacy Stations FREEBIEs plus+

So it is snowing... AGAIN... Really???  I wore capris last week... ERRR!  So what is a teacher to do?  How about create some new things?  I'm totally excited and inspired by Deanna Jump's Zoo Unit.  I wonder if she ever grows tired of being so "FAB.U.LOUS!" I love her stuff!

First I made a board game.  This is a first for me, so I would love FEEDBACK!
This is FREE at my TpT store.

I also made another CVC game.


I have blogged before about how I like to cut these cards up and keep them in a empty frosting container. This is perfect for kindergarten hands.  I put 4-5 different versions of the same game in one of my literacy stations.  Students can pick which version of the game they want to play (Roar!CVC-Dinosaurs, St. Patrick's Day CVC, America CVC...).  This makes it so easy for me to "freshen" up the station with new materials, but I don't have to reteach the rules of the game.
Anyhoo... Wild Zoo and Safari!! is on sale at my TpT Store ($2).

Last.. But NOT Least... head over to
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7 comments:

  1. This looks terrific! My hubby told me to put stuff on the flashdrive and color copy at the store---yippee! I can't wait to try the game this week.

    (Is it snowing in your corner of the state?)

    ReadWriteSing

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  2. Yes! It! Is! I'm ignoring it and "spring cleaning" anyhow!

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  3. Your game board looks amazing!! Way to go!

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  4. Love, love...can't wait to use this before we go to the zoo in May. Thanks :)

    http://teacherscannotlivebyapplesalone.blogspot.com/

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  5. I may have to put a zoo unit into my plans just to use all of your ideas! Thanks for sharing your game! I'm off to buy your other one!
    P.S. Isn't MO frustrating? Mon. I had on the air in my classroom and by Thursday I had on the heat!

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  6. Hey,

    My name is Jacque, and I have some really exciting news for you. Every Friday I feature a bunch of fun printables, activitites, lesson plans, etc. on my blog. And your "Literacy Stations" got featured this week. It looks like a really cute way to get your students involved in learning how to read.

    Feel free to stop by my blog and grab a "I was on Featured Freebie
    Friday" button.

    Congrats!

    Jacque
    http://mommy-and-me-creations.blogspot.com/

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  7. so, so fabulous. Thought you might be interested in what I just posted about zoo themed learning http://ateachersbagoftricks.blogspot.com/
    - Lisa

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