I hope your Christmas was filled with as much love and laughter as ours was. We were blessed to have our son and his wife home with us again this Christmas from North Carolina, and we ate way too much, drank way too much, and spent a whole lot of time laughing at the antics of the two newest members of our family, this precious baby boy, my great nephew,
And this little bundle of furry energy, my first grand-doggy!
But, alas, all too soon, it will be time to think about going back to school after the New Year. So my bloggy friends put their heads together and came up with a way to make it just a bit less painful for you all to head back to school.
What? No or low-prep freebies to start January off right? Sound great to me! Hop around to grab the no/low prep freebies, and then enter to win an Amazon gift card at the end of the hop!
I am stop 17!
Here's my NO prep freebie to use your first week back!
click the picture to download the crown
This fun crown is great addition to anything you are doing to celebrate the New Year in your classroom. Writing about resolutions? Wear the crown. Doing New Year's Math? Wear the crown. Reading about New Year's celebrations around the world? Wear the crown. You get the idea.
And, it just so happens, this crown is part of my much larger resource,
If you click here, you can see a GIF that shows you the contents of this resource!
This awesome resource can easily take you through your first day back to school. It includes reading and writing activities, a CVC and CVCe phonics scoot game, two math activities, a PDF or PowerPoint version of a short informational text about New Year's celebrations around the world, and a follow up staggered booklet to make based on the informational text. Lots of good stuff in here, and it will be on sale for 20% off the regular $5.00 price for the duration of this blog hop!
Now hop on over to the next stop and enter the Rafflecopter on The Teaching Tribune for an $80 gift card to Amazon.com by clicking the button below!
Just click on me to go to The Teaching Tribune and enter the Rafflecopter. If you need to continue the hop, you can continue from The Teaching Tribune!
Enjoy the hop, and I wish you a happy and prosperous New Year!