Thursday, June 27, 2013

Summer Fun Doodles with FREEBIE Beach Ball

Well, I haven't been drawing much this summer and I know I should have done this during the time I was on medical leave for my breast reduction in May, but I wasn't motivated then, so here it is!  I guess I'll have it for next year to make some fun summer themed things for my kiddos!

Summer Fun Doodles includes these BW and full-color PNG images:

  • flip flops (different colors)
  • sand buckets (3 styles)
  • sunscreen
  • beach umbrella
  • swim trunks (different colors)
  • bikinis (different colors)
  • sand castle
  • sand dune
  • waves
  • life jackets (2 different colors)
  • water hose
  • goggles
  • beach ball
  • beach towels (different colors)
  • snorkel
  • sunglasses (different colors)
  • flippers
You can find this set:
HERE at my TPT store
HERE at my Teacher's Notebook shop.

I have to give credit to my daughter, MaKenna.  She colored in the Beach Girl.

Here's your FREEBIE:  Please remember to follow TOU included in the zip file if you purchase this set.  Basically give credit to me and flatten all products using my images so they can't be extracted!  Thanks so much for stopping into my blog!

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Back to School Cut Apart Sentences

Finally feels like summer vacation!  I feel like a taxi this month bringing my two kids to ball practices, summer school, swim lessons, games, etc.  We've been banned from our classroom for June as they are getting rid of our flooring and they have it all sealed off to remove the asbestos.  But June is coming to an end and that means that its not long until I really need to be thinking about getting back in my classroom and doing those "summer to-do things" like reorganizing file-cabinets, etc..  This project has been on my to-do list all year to finish up and now its complete.  (Check one thing off for the summer!  Yay!)  

Sentences included in this set:

  • Line up quickly and quietly in the hall.
  • Raise your hand before talking.
  • Sit cross-cross applesauce on the carpet.
  • Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
  • Friends are fun to play with.
  • Write your name on your paper.
  • Some kids ride the bus to school.
  • Bring your bag to school every day.
  • Put the cap back on the glue stick.
  • Listen to the teacher.
  • You will learn to read.

Some of them might be a little hard for you beginning first graders, but if you do together as a class to teach them how to do it, they shouldn't have too much of a problem.  For Kindergarteners this might only be a whole group activity for the mimio.  I usually make a mimio lesson out of this and drill the sentences in their head so they can remember that when they go to put it back together.  They can use the beginning sounds to help with putting the sentence together.  I included some labels on the pictures to help with word recognition as well.

You can find this HERE at my TPT store.

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