Saturday, October 5, 2013

I love FALL!!!

 Usually I have decorated my entire classroom from top to bottom in fall decorations, but this year I've scaled back.  Now that I'v moved to middle school from 1st grade I just don't have the same drive.  I've added a few more fall touches this week, but overall my room just isn't what it has been for the last 15 years.  
  Over the summer I worked on new fall games and lessons that I just couldn't wait to use with my students.  I've got them sitting in a "maybe someday" file for now.  :)  Glass of lemonade anyone?
  Just because I can't use these 
doesn't mean that you can't! 
I have decided to give a couple of things away to my loyal blog followers.  I'm going to put some links below.  Go check these games and lessons out, and choose one you like because the first 5 people to leave a comment can choose 1 game or lesson they'd like to have and I'll email it to you for FREE!!


All 5 have been given away!
This was fun.
Check back with me later because
I have to have this kind of fun again soon.  
:)

I'd love for you to have this great money game for FREE.  Click on the picture below to check it out. If you like it then leave a comment, and I'll email it to you for FREE!!




These lessons I have used, but I won't be able to this year.  I LOVE these stories!!!



This my FAVORITE fall book EVER!!!!  This is my best seller and could be your newest love if you'd like.  Click below to check it out.









13 comments:

  1. All of the lessons and games look awesome, I especially like the fall read aloud lessons.

    lmarshall1389@gmail.com

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  2. It will be on the way in just a minute. Thank you so much for taking a look!

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  3. These look great. I really like the fall read aloud and I love Too many pumpkins. I read it every year.

    Klemmp4@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you! I'm at school right now and only have my iPad so I will email it to you tonight. :)

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  4. Mama P - Chin up! Although I cannot imagine being in the position you were, I have admired how gracefully and professionally you handled things - at least on the outside! Holidays and seasonal activities are what we elementary teachers love so much, so I understand how you are feeling. Go decorate that room for fall and keep the "little kid" spirit instilled in your middle schoolers! You may not be able to do everything the way you had planned, but by sharing your excitement and interests, you will motivate your students. ~ Lisa
    P.S. Not looking for a freebie - just wanted to try to cheer you up!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. You have cheered me up!

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  5. The Fall Read Aloud lessons look like a wonderful idea. I am always sharing books with my students and would love some new follow-up activities to go with them.!

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    1. I will be very glad to email this to you. You can send me a message via my email if you'd like. mamapearson76@gmail.com

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  6. I really like the Fall Read Aloud Lessons. My students love to hear different stories and I'm always looking for new ideas on how to follow up with my read alouds! My e-mail is kelleydravenstott@gmail.com

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  7. They are on the way to you now! Thank you for taking a look.

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  8. Love the fall ideas. I thinki we can sometimes get so caught in the standards we forget to have fun with our students

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    1. I forgot my email is fheather665@gmail.com

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  9. I will get these to you tomorrow as I only have my iPad right now. I think you'll like these because they follow standards while having some fall fun! I hope you enjoy!! That's for taking a look!

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