Saturday, February 11, 2012

Peek at My Week-More Valentines

Solutions for Early Finishers 

I blogged about these back in July.  In order to add a challenge, I shrunk the images down and made them smaller than their actual size.  These are from Kelly's Kindergarten.  You can also find some at Pre-Kinders.

I just scanned the images in.  Took a screen shot, added a label,  and reduced them to 4 on a page.   Print them on card stock, laminate, and cut!   Simple.

Now these... I'm not sure where I got them.  I have had them in my computer for a long time... Are they yours?

 I made these two response pages.  You can select the one that works best for your crew.
Grab from Google Docs
Super cute!  This little emergent reader is from Marlana at Lil' County Kindergarten. Hop over to her blog to find out how you get your FREE copy.

I made this for my fabulous blog followers.  My inner voice told me my class needed something like this (no I am not taking medication...probably should).  You can grab these for FREE at my TpT Store for a limited time..

Click on the image to go there.
I will be introducing this Word Family Tic-Tac-Toe Game to my kids this week.  I made it last year and revised it this fall. You can download the revised version by going to "My Purchases" at TpT.

Here is what is included:  5 spinners (one for each short vowel sound) and 125 playing cards.  This will last you a LONG time...Weeks and Weeks! 

I also revised my entire America CVC Game. My intention was to just make a few changes, but my old word version was gone along with my old clip art.  So I had to start from scratch.   Anyhow, if you already bought this game, you can download the new version for FREE by going to "My Purchases". You may want to save it under a different name.  It will be like getting two games for the price of one.

This version is for Dental Health Month and Valentine's Day.  The "I Can" cards help students work independently. Once they learn the format of this game, it is so simple to swap the old theme for the new theme.

You can save HUGE and find the BUNDLE HERE.

If you are interested in math, your class will love these Valentine's Day Math Work Stations... perfect for Kindergarten.

Here are my stations plans for next week.  Click on any image to download my document with source links.


  1. I've been meaning to make a pattern block recording sheet like that, thanks for sharing!
    Finally in First

  2. I think I have part of the second "older" set in my classroom. However I have NO Idea where they came from!! Sorry I cant help you!! I LOVE the block sets!! Thanks for sharing that there are MORE out there!!


  3. WOW! I feel like you just provided me with a golden key to your classroom with all these ideas! Thanks for sharing.
    I have added your blog to my roll. Feel free to do the same.

    Best wishes on a GREAT week at school.

  4. DeeDee I don't know how you can get all that in. We only have our kids for 3 1/2 hours and that includes 1/2 hour recess-snack. I'd love to be a fly on the wall in your room. Ok maybe not a fly, but you know what I mean. Have a great week.


    Time 4 Kindergarten

  5. Pattern blocks are among my favorite things....thanks for sharing the documents!

    Your Puppy Love game is super cute!

  6. Can I just tell you that I feel like I've been mentioned by a celebrity blogger?? I started hitting my husband when I saw you were using my Sweethearts graph. He thinks I'm crazy, but I told him that it was soooo exciting because I have followed you forever! Love all of your ideas and love that you post your plans!!I need to get that word family packet!
    Mrs. Plant's Press

    1. Vickie, You are so sweet! Thank you for your cute activity. I know my kids will love it!

  7. Love pattern blocks and I am really in love with your Sentence Builder! Thank you for creating it and sharing it with all of us! Happy Weekend to you! :)
    Crayons and Curls

  8. My kiddos LOVE pattern blocks so thanks for sharing!! They will love the additional challenge of having the scale different. I love your blog and have been visiting for quite some time. I am just starting out but if you have a second, please check out my blog,

    Thanks again for all the great ideas!

  9. Deedee, I LOVE this post! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and creations with everyone. You are wonderful! =)

    Heather's Heart

  10. Thanks for sharing my link! I love the idea of making them smaller to make it more challenging, and the extension activity (recording sheets) are a great idea!

    1. Thank you Karen!!! Your shape puzzles are AWESOME!

  11. Deedee, you are so fabulous! Thank you so much for mentioning my little freebie. I tried to be you today and create a little 'peek' into what I'm doing this week and well, I ended up devoting a whole post to you and your greatness because I am AMAZED that you are able to plan like this every week and still make resources to sell and teach and blog and....the list goes on and on!

    Lil' Country Kindergarten

  12. I'm new to this blog and I'm in teacher's heaven!
    Thank you

  13. I just love keeping up with you thruogh email and blogs. I love everything I get and see. You are awesome!!!! Bonny

  14. I am so in love with the sentence builders!!! My kids love it! I use it as a guided reading activity while I am getting the rest of the class situated!! Please make more! You are amazing!!!

  15. I love the pattern blocks. My daughter is going to have lots of fun making patterns. Thanks for sharing them.

  16. I would love to download your sentence builders, but I can't seem to find them anywhere on your TpT page now? Please help. Thank you!

    1. Sorry Amber, I removed it from my store. :(


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