Deck The Halls with TPT! (A Linky)

Sunday, December 1, 2013


I don’t know about you, but I love Christmas! No, Seriously. LOVE it. I love everything about it and luckily I am allowed to celebrate it at the school that I work at.  I’ve see the awesome visual schedules that several teachers do. I would love to be able to do that each week, but I am lucky to plan what I need to. I do, however, have December ALL planned out already. Yep, you read that right. =) So exciting! I love the age students that I have right now. It is such a great age.
Enough with my love of Christmas, when my wonderful bloggy friend said that she was going to have a Christmas themed linky for the upcoming TPT sale, I knew I had to take part!

I am playing these wonderful hits for you:




Oh, Management! If you are like me, classroom management is a MUST. If it is not effective and in place, you will get nowhere. I loved using classdojo over the past two years, but needed a way to make the points my students were earning more tangible. That’s why I created this packet "Class Dojo Behavior Rewards and More". It gives a variety of prize options for points and lets students keep track of their points weekly. It is a top seller in my store and it will help your kiddos with putting their best foot forward.





It’s beginning to look a lot like visual writing

This little product was a brainchild of mine, after struggling to help my students learn how to use a dictionary. “My
First Visual Dictionary” allows you to decide which way you would love to introduce the words to them. All at once or certain words at a time. It is fabulous for early elementary students, special education students, and ESL students. 

Walking in a Math Wonderland
These “Shape Poems” are perfect for getting pre-
k and kinder students to memorize their shapes. The cute rhymes help to reinforce learning. Check them out!

Thanks for stopping by! =)

Happy Merry Christmas Planning! (if you are lucky enough too) 
 


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