The Best Year Yet

So here we are looking 2014 right in the eye - how did that happen!? I am so glad that I can kick off 2014 with some super sweet blog friends of mine.

Take a break from thinking about New Year's Resolutions and enjoy a fun blog hop...we all think you're perfect just the way you are!

From New Year's Ever to January 2nd, you can pick up exclusive freebies along the way AND enter a rafflecopter to win some fun prizes!

Be sure to enter the Rafflecopter at The Teaching Tribune for your chance to win one of these fabulous prizes.

Today I would love to share with you my new "Print, Cut, Make, Read" reader, called 'Hat on a Rat"!  Simply click on the picture to take you to my store to download it.

Copy the pages, and staple 4 times down the side. Cut down the middle - now you have 2 readers!

Ask your students to shade the pictures on the worksheet - and cut them out.

Students will then be required to read each sentence and find the matching picture!

Before pasting it into position on the correct page!

I hope you like it!

I know how much you love bundles, so by request, I have put this one together that will contain all my interactive readers (not alphabet ones). I will keep adding them until we reach the TpT limit! I have it listed at 50% off for the fist day, so you might like to grab it an this very special early bird price! AND my store is on SALE! Waahoooo!! 

While you're at my store you may also want to check out this new product, just perfect for those first few weeks back at school. This 'Letters of the Alphabet Pinning Pages" resource will help you provide fun fine motor and phonics activities for your sweeties!

Students will pin to create a nice big outline of the letter shapes. 

Just staple a bright piece of paper behind the pinning page.

Put it down on a newspaper stack or carpet square... and get pinning!

Take the staple out and you have some bright pages to display on your windows with the light shining through! 

Students can write words on the top page and shade the picture in, instead of just throwing it away. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy the rest of the hop!

Be sure to continue the circle on the blog hop by clicking the "NEXT" button below.

We truly hope that 2014 is your best year yet and that it brings you good health, happiness and many other good things.

No comments