I am absolutely loving all the products I have recently bought or got as freebies on TPT! Cyber Monday Sale, I love you! Finding time to sort, print, and laminate has been a challenge but I cannot wait to use so many items.
One item I bought, printed, and laminated are the Folktales Sorting Cards from TPT here. I am going to use these for a literacy station to practice the subgenres of folktales (legends, fairytales, fables, and tall tales). The cards also included Porquoi and Trickster Tales.
One of my favorite sellers on TPT is Rachel Lynette! I purchased this Folktales: Fairytales, Fables, Tall Tales, Legends, and Myths pack and it really streamlined my materials.
Here is the "Snowmen Sentences Fix-Up" laminated and cut from the same package. Love it!
I also love all these literacy centers for grammar work from the TPT's Winter Holiday EBook!
"Santa's Prickly Punctuation Problem" is FREE From the Dragons Den and can be found here at TPT. I laminated the answer keys for a literacy center and love that there is extra practice on commas, quotation marks, and a friendly letter. There is a little for everyone in this 28 page packet with pages for 1st to 5th grade!
These are a great FREE math center on "Snowman Word Problems" from Time for Teaching.
After posting my APPR binder dividers for the Danielson Model of Teacher Evaluation here on TPT, I received a request to create APPR binder dividers for the standards and elements of the TED (Teacher Evaluation Development) model.
Here are the Danielson Model binder dividers for each domain and component at TPT:
Here are the APPR binder dividers for the standards and elements of the TED (Teacher Evaluation Development) model on TPT:
Finally, for my home Made-It, I have the wreath that I spruced up for my new fireplace:) I have never, ever modified a wreath before and I really like how it turned out. I don't consider myself very crafty (the curtains in my classroom were made with a hot-glue gun and my teacher stool was made using scrapbook paper!), so when I can buy things and make it into something somewhat crafty, I am feeling pretty good! hehe!
Wreath before sprucing up:
Wreath after sprucing up:
My hubby figured out how to hang this 36" wreath on the fireplace using a hook in the ceiling. It is barely noticeable and is tied to fishing line. I have heard of people doing this before but never actually tried it. Genius! Can you see the hook in the ceiling here?
Two more weeks to go and so much to get done! It always seems to get done somehow though, right? Have a wonderful week everyone:)
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