Monday, January 21, 2013

Peek at my Week-Martin Luther King, Jr

I am semi-ashamed to admit that I am still in my PJ's!   If the house caught fire, I would just stay in it!  Ha!  I FINALLY finished a few things and now I am ready to share... nothing like screeching in at the last minute!

Next week we will be talking about Martin Luther King, Jr.  I will be using these two AWESOME resources!

Click on the images to see more on these units!

This one is from Rachelle at What the Teacher Wants!

This one is from Kim Adsit at Kindergals!

They both have super cute activities and spot-on social studies learning... PER-FECT!

I just finished this unit today...OY!   Last! Minute... right?

And finally... Here are my plans for next week!

Have a great week!


  1. MUAH!!!!! LOVE YOU!!! I WILL be posting about your poetry units! They are fab!!!

  2. Your new unit looks fantastic, Deedee! I am off to TPT right now! Thanks a bunch! Enjoy the rest of your day in your! :D

    1. I actually got out of my jammies and hauled myself to Costco (the happiest place on earth)!

      Thank you!!!

  3. I love your blog and your visual lesson plans! This was a perfect day! I'm still in my jammies, but not for long :( My daughter has basketball practice.

    Literacy Without Worksheets

  4. I love your lesson plan format! Is there a place that I could get a copy of your template?


    1. Sabrina, If you email me I will send it to you.

    2. Us too! Can we get a copy of your lesson plan format. LOVE IT!

      XOXO The Goonie Gals

      Deedee...we really thought we worked hard at school until we met you! You blow us away and are the superhero of bloggers!!!
      Thanks for sharing w/us...LOL

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  6. What a fantastic unit! Congrats! I am your new follower.

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  7. Deedee...I am glad I am not the only one doing Dr. King this week. However it is Tuesday morning and I am frantically rewriting parts of my plans. I love that you have an emergent reader, I'm glad I have a high school aide to help me put them together. The reader will go great with the other learning activities I have planned. Love you!!


  8. Hi Deedee! After seeing all of these great things online about Literacy & Math Work Stations last year for Kindergarten, I switched over to them this year. In the past, I have done a more open choice-based format with star jobs that allowed me to just call groups over as needed. I LOVE the new structure of Work Stations, however I am struggling with one thing. How do you meet with your intervention group each day?
    Currently I have 24 students, which makes 12 pairs. They are doing stations in pairs, but I meet with four kids at a time at my table (counts for 2 stations on my board). So I have 10 stations with me. And I have 6 groups of 4 students for Guided Reading. With this, I am able to see my kids 1 out of 3 days when I rotate all the stations through the boards. I am wondering how you are able to meet with your Intervention Group each day without screwing up the work station board rotation. Do they miss stations to meet with you? I'd appreciate an explanation of that.

  9. Hi Deedee! How many writing units will you have available? Are there only 5 so far? Can I expect more?


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