Sunday, April 22, 2012

Daily Sentence Editing

Well, it's a rainy gloomy Sunday here.  I'm actually pretty excited about that. It gives me some time to work on the computer and get ready for next week.  I wanted to quickly post and let you know that my May Daily Sentence Editing is on Teachers Pay Teachers for those of you who are ready for May.

Let me tell you a little bit about them in case you're not familiar already.  I love having quick warm up activities for my kiddos that don't take a lot of time or create more work for me in the long run.  These mini booklets are the perfect solution.

In the past, I have tried cutting little strips of paper and gluing them into notebooks....that never works! It usually results in me trying to check over them while ripping apart many glued together pages.  Which results in me ripping half of a notebook apart while the proud notebook owner stands there in tears because I've destroyed their hard work.  My Daily Sentence Editing Booklets fix this problem and many others!



Why I love them....
*They work.  Editing sentences each day helps reinforce countless skills.
*No messy glue.
*No scissors.
*They are ready for 5 days in a school week. My little ones know if we didn't have school they are still responsible for completing the days in their booklet.
*At the end of the week after all of their hard work, they can color the B&W clip art pictures featured on each page.
* Great to have on hand when your day doesn't go quite according to plan...these are ready for a mini lesson  when you need them.
*Since they are themed, you can throw some factual information in during the lesson.  (Sample sentence: April 22 is Earth Day.)
*They are only a half page in size so this saves paper!
*They can be done guided or independently.

You can see more details about this product here.



***I am taking requests for classroom decor themes for next year.  Please e-mail me at teachitwithclass@gmail.com***




11 comments:

  1. These look great, fun, and so easy to manage! Win, win, win! :)
    Lisa
    Stories From Second

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  4. These look great, fun, and so easy to manage! Win, win, win! :)
    Lisa
    Stories From Second

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  5. These look wonderful! I currently have a bee theme and LOVE it. :)

    Erica

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  6. This looks great! I will have to start incorporating it into my classroom. Thanks for sharing. I would love it if you could come follow my blog.

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    Lohren Nolan

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  7. I bought your April pack. I love them and so do my students! Will you be making them for the entire year? hint, hint :)

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  8. Love your creativity! I'm moving back to first grade next year after 3 years in 5th & 6th. I'm trying to pick from owls, cowboys & cowgirls, and pirates. Would love to see any of these! Thanks!!

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  9. Looking forward to more! Love them! Have all 3!

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  10. Found your blog from TBA! I am your newest follower:) Stop by and visit me...

    learnplayandhavefun.blogspot.com

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