Saturday, February 9, 2013

My New Creation!!

Happy Saturday!  I have spent the last few weeks creating a Texas Unit for my Kindergarten classroom.  We will be begin talking about America for the next few weeks (with valentines thrown in there, of course).  Then we will begin talking all about our GREAT state of Texas!  I have done this unit for EVERY. SINGLE.  ONE of my 16 years of teaching....and it is always so fun!  While there are a lot of good Texas units for teaching symbols of Tx, etc....I have not really seen anything just for centers....so I created this new unit...mainly for my kindergarten team to use for literacy centers, word work, and math workstations. These are inspired by the wonderful units I have purchased from blogging teachers in the past! It consists of 7 math centers, 7 literacy centers, a pocket chart sentence story, and a Texas song (I have always done) with cards to use (like Bingo).

 I would love for the first 2 Texas teachers who comment with their email address to check out this new unit and tell me what you think. Do you love it?  Do I need to add something? Are there any mistakes?  I will put it on sale on TPT hopefully tomorrow!  I can't wait to use this in our classrooms in a few weeks!!!
Have a great weekend!
Heather

6 comments:

  1. Would love to check this out for you!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  2. Perfect timing! We do Texas the first week of March!
    traci527@hotmail.com

    Traci

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    1. Thanks girls! Let me know what you think!!
      Heather

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  3. wow...a texas unit and just in the nick of time....i am planning for our TEXAS unit the week after this next one...we are wrapping up our american symbols and will move right into Texas....
    i will check out your unit.
    laura

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  4. Will you be posting it for sale on TPT? i just went there to check it out but didn't see it.
    Would love to have it for my unit too.
    laura
    lhardin@lcisd.org

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  5. Me too! Sounds fun.

    Shelly (in Texas) :)
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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