Friday, January 3, 2014

January Journals and a FREEBIE!

This morning I am THRILLED to announce the release of my FIRST Monthly Journals pack! January is the very first pack released to the world- and it's HUGE! This 144 page pack includes 22 different writing prompts. Each prompt has 6 different levels of differentiation available for you to choose from. These are so easy- just pick the style prompts you would like for your student, print, staple, WRITE! Easy-peasy lemon-squeasy!
The topics include snowmen, penguins, various winter-related, Martin Luther King, Jr., and gingerbread.
Oh, did I mention this sweet little pack is on sale for only $2.50?! This sale will be up all weekend  (ends 1/6). Just click the picture to take you to my TpT store.
Want to WIN a copy?!
There are THREE ways you could win this pack for FREE! (If you don't win, don't worry- it's almost half off until Monday!)

1st- follow me on TpT! Just click "follow me" on my TpT page and leave me a comment with your number!

2nd- follow my blog on bloglovin' just go to my blog and click "follow me" and leave me your number!

3rd- "Like" my facebook page and comment leaving me your number!

While you're there, don't miss this new FREEBIE I just added! My kiddos are going to love these when we get back from break. (Just click the picture to grab your FREEBIE!)

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and a safe New Year! I'm gearing up to get ready to go back on Monday. Looking back, I realized I never shared some of our final Holidays Around the World projects.. here are a few photos before you go!

I know I already shared one of these adorable little Santa's before break, but we made these super cute elves to go with them! 

Our last stop on our journey was America!

These are all of our Santa's and elves ready to deliver all sorts of goodies around the world!

We made these adorable little reindeer to help them fly around, too!

Next, we read "Twas' the Night Before Christmas" and the kids wrote and drew their "visions"- love these!

I just love how she drew her glasses! 
We also made these little Christmas pictures frames for the kids to take home. Very simple- I just hot glued 4 craft sticks to make the frame and let the kids color them with markers and decorate with glittery stickers! Each frame had "Christmas 2013" and "Kindergarten" written on them.
You can see all of my littles in the first row anxiously awaiting their turn to sing Jingle Bells!


1 comment:

  1. You are so awsome. I love your stuff. I get this stiff and take it to Isabel's preschool teacher. Love it