Monday, April 16, 2012

It's Monday, Easter pics, Our first TPT unit, and a FREEBIE!

Hello Monday!!!
Monday, oh Monday, you are my nemesis! The only good thing about this Monday is that it is one of only 6 Mondays left in the school year. WoooooHoooo!!!!!
By the way, there is absolutely no count down going on here...we do not know that there are 28 days left of school, or that one of those is a 1/2 day, or that 4 of those days are either Reading Celebration Day, Field Day, a Talent Show, or a field trip.... No, absolutely no countdown going on here!!! Hee hee!!
You might have noticed that we have no pictures of ourselves on this blog. Hmmmmmm...are we being mysterious or do we really not like how we look in pictures currently?? We decided to give you a few hints of how we might look by sharing some pictures of our kiddos.
These are my girls (Lisen). If you picture them with hair (I so hate not having anything on their heads to attach huge bows to!!), taller, and a little more exhausted looking :) might have a bit of a picture of how I look!

These are Katie's kiddos. If you picture them with auburn hair, flipped out at the end, a red head's complexion, and definitely exhausted still wouldn't have a picture of Katie, because her kids are the spitting image of her husband!!! :)

In other news, we have our first unit completed for TPT. We do the story Dear Mr. Blueberry by Simon James and one of the skills we cover with this story is inferences. We couldn't find a lot of great things already made to use with this so we decided to make our own! This unit has lots of great inference ideas, anchor charts, student work pages, a craftivity, and lesson plans.
Click here to check it out at our TPT store!

We also wanted to give you a freebie from the unit!
Click here to head to our TPT store and pick up the free inference anchor chart!

Enjoy, and please leave us a comment if you like the freebie!

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  1. Love the name of your blog! Thank you for your great ideas! I am new to blogger and I am loving it! If you are interested in integrating technology into your classroom, maybe you could stop by my blog! I am your newest follower!

    Thank you,

  2. We are going in the morning to science city! What school district do you work for??

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