Sunday, November 30, 2014

Cyber Monday Special Blog Deal!

Hey there, Cyber Monday shoppers! With just a few more hours left until the big sale, I've got two things for you! 1- An introduction to my newest and biggest product! 2- A special deal that you won't want to miss. So, let's get started, shall we!?
Incase you have been out of the loop for the past week, or are still in a food coma from all of the yummy things you ate on Thanksgiving, tomorrow is TPT's quarterly sale! You will automatically get 20% off when you shop in my store tomorrow, BUT if you use the code tptcyber when you check out, you will get 28% off! Who doesn't love a sale!?
I'm taking a break from filling up my own shopping cart to tell you about my NEWEST and BIGGEST product out there… Winter "Wonderfull" Mega Pack!
This mega pack is literally PACKED with engaging and meaningful literacy and math printables and activities for your pre-k, kindergarten, or first grade class. Here's why you'll want to snag this bad boy for 28% off tomorrow…
So, let's take a closer look at just SOME of the activities included in this new mega pack.
1- Jumbled Gingerbread: This activity will have your kiddos BEGGING to spell their sight words! All Dolch primer words are included, along with some extras. Each word is numbered so that you can easily figure out which pieces go together. Students will have to unscramble the gingerbread men to spell a sight word. With four recording sheet options, there is guaranteed to be a recording sheet for all of your students! **Using a cookie sheet to build the words on will make this activity even more fun!
2. Wintery Word Families: A spinner and a paperclip is all you need to have your students blending onsets and rimes. Students will spin the spinner, and build a word. Then, they will illustrate the word that they created. All short vowel word families are included! **Let your kiddos write in colored pencils to make this activity even more fun!
3. Chilly CVC Words: This activity really lets your creativity shine! Students will build the CVC word shown on the mitten. You can use any type of manipulative that you have available (magnetic letters, bottle caps with letters written on them, letter beads, letters cut out from magazines, letter stamps, etc.) You can also laminate these and have your kiddos write on them with dry erase markers- then they become reusable, too!
4. Cookie Comparing: Who doesn't love cookies!? Students will choose two number cards, and place the correct amount of cookies on each plate. Then, they record both numbers, and color in the plate that has MORE or LESS depending on the recording sheet you have chosen. **Added fun- store the cookies in a cookie box (shown) or cookie jar, have your students use a spatula to put the cookies on the plates, place the included Santa image on the plate with more cookies before you record (we all know Santa wants as many cookies as he can get!)
5. Cookie Crunch Version 1: Students will choose two number cards and place the correct amount of cookies on each plate. Then, they will use the two numerals to create an addition sentence. They can check their sum by counting all of the cookies together.
6. Cookie Crunch Version 2: Students will place 10 cookies on their plate. Then, they will choose a number card and remove the given number of cookies. They will use these numbers to create a subtraction sentence, and check their answer by counting the number of cookies they have left on their plate.
But, THAT'S NOT ALL! Those are just SOME of the fun activities that are included in this mega pack. Here is the complete list of what you will get!
I hope that you find this to be a helpful and fun pack full of literacy and math goodies for your classroom! If you're still not convinced, I'd like to offer you a special deal as a THANK YOU for following my blog. 
I hope that many of you will be filling up your shopping carts at my store this Cyber Monday {click here to go to my TPT store!} Happy Shopping!
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