Wednesday, November 28, 2012

"Blog-iversary" Sight Word FREEBIE!


Hi, Teaching Friends!


November has been a craaaazy month around here!  In addition to 3 birthdays and an anniversary in our immediate family, there was Thanksgiving, the storm that left us without power for a week, a freakish snowstorm in the midst of the outage, extra hours spent working on hurricane victim relief projects (a blessing, not a burden, believe me - but exhausting nonetheless!), time spent getting projects completed before the TN and TPT sales... and why am I wondering where November went???  So, as the last days of the month are slipping away, I just realized that this little blog just celebrated its first "Blog-iversary"!  Thank you, thank you to so many of you who have become followers and encouragers. You inspire me to ponder, to question, to write, and to create. I am having fun with this, my friends! Please leave a comment to let me know which freebies have been your favorites, so I'll have some ideas about what you'd like next.


So, what better way to celebrate than to create a new winter resource as a thank you gift  for you!
Here's a set of 3 sight word puzzles for your literacy centers: earle sight words, early prepositions, and tricky t- and w- sight words. {Can anyone tell me please why t and w are hogging up a whole bunch of space on the Word Wall while other letters like j and r are sitting there all lonesome with plenty of space to share? Our poor little strugglers must surely be groaning on the inside whenever they need to write a t or w word!} All you need to do is print the puzzles on cardstock, cut apart on the lines, and stick them into a sandwich bag!  Enjoy!



 
 
I'd also like to tell you about a chance to win some wonderful free resources for your primary clssroom. Karen Jones at Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten is having a holiday giveaway. There are more than 20 great items up for grabs, so I hope you'll click on the picture below to go over and enter.
 
 
 
 
 
Did you know that the Candy Cane Lane Linky Party is now up to almost 130  145 links?
Goodness, that almost sounds like one of those lottery commercials... but this one is a sure thing! :)
 
 
 
 
Happy Teaching!
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

5 comments:

  1. Thanks...the puzzles are a clever idea!!

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  2. You're welcome! Thanks so much for your kind comment!

    Linda

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  3. Hi Linda,
    Just wanted to let you know that I thought this blog post was great, so I shared it in my Thumbs up Thumbs down post (as a Thumbs up of course).
    Shawna
    The Picture Book Teacher's Edition

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    1. Shawna, you are so sweet! I'm very excited and honored ... and can't wait to read it! Thank you so much!

      Linda

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  4. Thanks, again, for your creativity and generosity. I can't wait to share these puzzles this week.

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