Miscellaneous Monday!

So this post is another random one.  Random from me? I know, it's unheard of, isn't it?  So what you are getting today is a little bit of this and a little bit of that.  Thus the Miscellaneous.

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I uploaded a free center to my TpT with a fish theme.  
Here is another sheet I made for centers to go with the theme.


I recently shared the way I organize my library. I've had some questions about where I got the rainbow. I designed it and a friend in graphic design created it for me. If you would like it, I'm attaching it below. I just ask that you do not share it on your own site or blog and give credit to the creator.  

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Miss Rachelle at What the Teacher Wants posted an adorable St. Patrick's Day unit.  LOVE IT!  We're planning on doing her Rainbow in a Jar and other activities next week. 
Check it out by clicking below! 
I also have a cute little game on TpT for St. Patty's Day.  It will not only help your students practice addition but missing addends and teamwork! 


I also found this adorable treat for you little ones! I absolutely love iShare Printables
Click here to see the post and get the tag.


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Happy Monday! 





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7 comments

  1. Oh thank you, thank you for the reading rainbow!! I tried so many times this weekend to get it right, and failed miserably :/ I have so many high hopes for this next school year and my classroom library!

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  2. Thank you so much for the super cute sweet treat!! My kiddos would just love this!
    Curls and a Smile

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  3. Michelle can you tell me where the fish theme digraph activity is?
    I couldn't locate it on tpt.
    Thanks so much!

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  4. Thank you so much for the feature and for linking over to my blog! :)

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  5. Thank you! I'm working more digraph practice into our curriculum and this is perfect!
    ReadWriteSing

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  6. Madamsara-I don't have a digraph center, just the sheet I attached where they find digraphs in a book. Sorry! Maybe I should make one.

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