Teacher Toolbox Trio

I <3 finding new blogs!!  ...especially when they have really cute ideas that I can join in on!  Eberopolis is having a Teacher Toolbox Trio Linky Party and I want to join!  

Here are the rules of the trio:
1. Share a product that you've made that you couldn't live without.
2. Share a product that you've purchased that you love.
3. Share something from your wish list that you're hoping to get for next year.

If you're not a seller on TpT, no worries -- just share two products you've purchased that you love!

So here goes nothing!

1.     Something I've Made

My Farm Frenzy Perimeter Project was probably one of my FAVORITE activities my students did this year.  They LOVED the fact that Farmer Frank was 'Real' ;) and that he needed their help with building his farm.  They loved that they could apply their knowledge of perimeter to a real world situation and they LOVED the clipart and activity as well.  Seriously - I would HIGHLY recommend this one!  :)  

2.     Something I've Purchased

I truly love this Text Structure Posters and Lesson Packet.  This is a concept that rarely I can find resources for.  This packet has it all!  Posters, Example Paragraphs, A Fun Sorting Game, and Fun Mini Booklets.  Tons of creative resources to teach a highly important concept.  :)  

3.     Something on my Wish List  

I believe this was just posted recently.  This concept/activity looks fantastic.  Now, I haven't purchased it yet - hints the 'wish list' but I can't imagine something by The Teacher's Cauldron being unsatisfactory!  Colorful Read Alouds using Bloom's Taxonomy.  Here's what the description says:  

I have been doing this activity for over TEN years in my classroom! It is amazing what a Skittle will do to motivate students during Read Alouds! Using this pack and a couple of bags of Skittles, your kids will use higher-order thinking to respond to read alouds, whether they are picture books, or chapter books! I have done this activity in my 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classes!Included is color AND black and white posters, written response sheets for EACH level with handwriting lines and regular lines, 4-5 prompts for the students for each level, and Teacher Tips to explain how organize, implement, and what materials are needed.

Yeah - that's right - go put it on YOUR wish list too!!

Don't forget to link up too!  Click on the first image to head over to Eberopolis now!  If you link up, you have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to TPT too!  Happy Sunday!

1 comment:

  1. What fabulous units! Thanks for the tips. I can definitely use these with my homeschooler.


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