Saturday, October 22, 2011

A Little Bit of This and That

I am pleased that the majority of my students know their letters... not everyone... but most.  Now I want to strengthen their letter sound skills.  

As students take turns, I am noticing that some students let their attention drift when it is not their turn.  I wanted to create a game that would keep them alert I created this version of SNAP!

Here is the "I Can...." chart!

I have it at a reduced price right now at my TpT store!


Here is a little Halloween FREEBIE!
Happy Saturday.... I will be back tomorrow for my Peek at my Week!


  1. Love this! However, on number 5, shouldn't "on" be "one?" :)


  2. Oh Hannah! Thank you for being my editor...!

  3. Hannah...if you send me your email, I'll send you a thank you gift!

  4. THANK YOU for everything! I am a first year kindergarten teacher in Tennessee. While I have a GREAT team of teachers that help me, their ideas and resources are a little dated. You have inspired me tremendously!

  5. Thank you so much!! I really enjoy reading your blog! My email is


  6. Makes me want to say, "Oh, Snap!" and pretend to sound ghetto-like. But coming from a small white girl with no rhythm, that just sounds funny! Thanks for sharing. Have you found it valuable to use your "I Can" charts for these games? That takes time so I'm just wondering your thoughts on that time vs. saving time repeating directions ;)
    - Leslie

  7. Hi Leslie~Yes,the "I Can" charts have been a wonderful time saver. It does take time for me to make them, but I gain instructional time, so it is TOTALLY worth it.

    I laughed when I read your "Oh, Snap!" because that is what my kiddos say... I may need to rename these.


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