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St. Patrick's Day Unit

I just uploaded my St. Patrick's Day unit to Teachers Pay Teachers.  It has a lot of fun math, literacy and science activities.  Here's a picture of the adorable leprechaun glyph that's included in this unit.


If you're interested in the unit you can view it HERE.

12 comments:

  1. Deanna,

    I just awarded you the Stylish Blogger Award. See my latest post for the details.

    April

    http://larremoreteachertips.blogspot.com/

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  2. Deanna, Love the Spelling Chunks! Did you know the "kn" is missing? I would love to have it to complete the set! Thanks!

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  3. Your blog is super cute. I have awarded you The Stylish Blog Award. You can check it out here.

    http://www.fabinfirst.blogspot.com

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  4. I see several bloggers have beat me to it. I have also awarded you The Stylish Blog Award.

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  5. Thanks for all that you do! I love all of your ideas and you are truly inspiring :). I'm also awarding you with the Stylish Blogger award.

    Barbara
    http://mrskilburnkiddos.wordpress.com/

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  6. Do you think you would ever do a fairy tale unit?? I would LOVE to see it!

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  7. I always stuggle on what to do when having my one year evaluation by my principal. I want to show how my first graders are engaged and learning in a 45 minute period. It is always fun to do something a little different. I thought you may have some great ideas to share.

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  8. Jennifer, A fairy tale unit is on my To-Do List. My To-Do List keeps getting longer and longer. :) We do Fairy Tales in April so I will be working on it soon!

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  9. Anonymous,
    You are lucky that you get to actually plan out the lesson you want to have observed. Our observations are unannounced. Last year I was observed on a rainy day right after indoor recess. FUN Times! :) What subject area are you thinking of doing? I think it is always important for your students to be able to show and verbalize the strategies they are using to figure out problems. Whether it be in Reading, Math or Science. I always try to include discussion in my lessons where the students share their thinking with their classmates. Let me know the subject you are wanting to do and I will give you some ideas. :0)

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  10. Thanks so much for this great unit! You have done it again! I bought 12 units of yours from TpT this weekend. My friends cannot believe I am getting ready for fall already - thanks again. Virginia

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  11. I am being observed and am in need of some great ideas for writing or science/social studies. Love, love your ideas. I have bought several of your units and love them!

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  12. This is the cutest little green guy ever!

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