Sunday, July 24, 2011

Wow!

The number of fantastic teachers following my blog has DOUBLED in the last few days.  I cannot tell you how blessed I feel from all of this blogging love!  Thank you so much for entering my giveaway.  The winners will be chosen at random tonight at 6pm eastern time.

In the meantime, I have created some new free items to thank each and every one of you who entered the giveaway.  Just click on the image to download.

I have used these tags for the past few years, and they have been a lifesaver!  I print them double sided (they have my name, school name and school phone on the back), laminate them and attach them to each little one's backpack with yarn.  This helps the children know where to go, and helps adults bring them to the right place if they are wandering or lost.  Once a little boy was dropped off by his bus driver on the first day of school but nobody was there to pick him up!  This backpack tag helped to make sure he was safe.  I uploaded it in Word so that you can edit it with your information.

This is a little math assessment that I created for my pre-K class.  It is short and sweet, but gives you a snapshot of where each child is in terms of number sense and geometry.  I uploaded it in Word so that you can edit it to suit your needs.

I know I already posted about this, but don't forget to download the printable version of the pennant banner tutorial.  It even includes a tracer to help you make each triangle.  Enjoy!

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