Sunday, August 19, 2012

First Week of School, Year Long Plan, and Back 2 school purchases



Click HERE to download the coloring sheets.




Click HERE to check out my Best Selling Back to School unit. 
This unit has over 150 pages of FUN Math and Literacy activities. 


Click HERE to download,  What Do Scientists Do?


Many of you have asked which order I do my units in.  Here's my yearlong plan.






Click HERE for a printable version of the yearlong plan.





I'm a little late linking up because of the first week of school.  

Here are some of the things I purchased!






24 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your year long plan!

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  2. Thank you for posting the year-long plan for your thematic units!

    Jessica
    The Littlest Scholars

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  3. Thank you for the year long plan! I love all your materials. I am so excited that my nephew is in your class this year! He is already having a great time! I am hoping maybe I can meat you some time :)

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  4. Thank you for the map of the year. I found out I'm teaching first grade so this will be great! I've taught second for 7 years. So i'm a little scared. So i'll be checking out your blog often.
    ஐRikki

    The Hive

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  5. OMG - I love the black student desks!!! I would love to know how they hold up to little fingers at the end of the year. The color really makes the room look nice because it takes the focus away from having a ton of desks!!

    Thank you for using my clip art & for the shout out (-; You are too sweet!!

    I am totally obsessed with your desks - how stinking cute!!!

    Have a great 2nd week of Kinder (-; I hope you have a great bunch this year and tons of parent support!!

    Michelle
    Visit My Blog
    Email The 3AM Teacher

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  6. Do you really think your classroom is small? You should come and check mine. ;)
    Love the colors!
    Thanks for your units map. I am creating my science curriculum for this year and I need a pair of extra mini-units. I will use some of your ideas. Thanks again!

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  7. The desks are so cute and mach my room. Your room looks grrat and love your year-long plan.

    ✿Tiffani
    Time 4 Kindergarten
    Time 4 Organization

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  8. Your room is so bright and colorful...I love it! Your monsters are ADORABLE!!!

    I just sent you an email with some monster math and literacy activities and a Pete math game. I hope you can use them. =)

    Thank you for being such an inspiration to me. God has blessed me so many ways through you!

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  9. Your room looks wonderful! I can't wait for your new units! I hope you have a blessed and wonderful school year and thanks for all you do.

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  10. I bet it feels GREAT to have so many units together, and ready to go!
    That is my long term dream. When I get to a week that I have already posted on TpT... it is like a vacation for me! So easy to prep for!

    Mary
    Sharing Kindergarten

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  11. Thanks for the coloring sheets! Perfect for the kiddos when they first come in the room..I still have one week of prep but I feel like I'll never be ready in time! :)
    Allie
    Gone Primary

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  12. I love that you shared the order of your units! :)
    Michelle
    Apples and ABC's

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  13. Hello.... Do you ever do product review's or give-aways to your readers? If so, I have some fantastic products for you to see that I think you and your readers would love!

    Denise
    Boost Promotions
    Home of the BRAG TAGS

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  14. Thanks for sharing the coloring pages and scientist posters! Your year long plan sounds like fun.
    Chrissy
    First Grade Found Me

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  15. Your room looks wonderful! And I am in LOVE with your little monsters! Thanks for sharing your year long plan... we have a lot of the same things-- will have to make some purchases from you! :)
    Holly
    Learning Adventures with Mrs. Gerlach

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  16. What is the font that you use for your year long theme plan? I LOVE it!

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  17. Excited to see your fairy tales unit!

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  18. Thanks again for sharing and inspiring all of us. I'm trying to download/print coloring sheet and Year Long Plan and it takes me to Google Drive without options to download/print. Suggestions?

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  19. First of all, I am a huge fan!! You have such great ideas! My questions is how do you fit in all the new Common Core standards into your units? I feel like I have to move away from units?
    Angela
    angela.nouryeh@cowetaschools.org

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    1. Actually, There is really no other way to teach with Common Core other than units. The Common Core was written with the intention that Science and Social Studies is integrated with Language Arts. :)

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    2. I agree with you 100% but in our district, they are making us follow the ELA and Math frameworks from the GA DOE- being from GA, I'm sure you have seen these. I do not like them at all. It takes the fun out of teaching because your books and activities are chosen for you; no creativity whatsoever.
      Do you have to use the frameworks from the DOE?

      Jen

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  20. Found my mistake, I wasn't logged out of Google for blogging. I downloaded your calendar and 1st Day sheets. Technology at its best! Thanks again for all you do and I just love the new writing unit you and Dee Dee put together. Looking forward to the next unit. Have a happy day:)
    Laurie

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  21. as usual,it all looks great!hope you have a great year and a great adjustment to your new school!

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