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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Happiness is Finding Your Stuff on Pinterest & Freebie

I'll be the first to admit that I'm ever so slightly addicted to Pinterest. {Maybe more than slightly} So accidentally finding one of my posts pinned on Pinterest by someone I don't even know. Kind of cool! Especially to someone who enjoys that site as much as I do. I've found so many great ideas and have been inspired by so many on Pinterest, that I find it humbling that someone else would want to pin me.


Ahhh! I've been pinned!
With the fun/happiness this discovery has made, I like to share a little something with you!

In the coming weeks, we are moving from novel studies to reading skills practice. One facet of reading that we will be reviewing are the 5 prefixes and suffixes that 5th graders in Kansas need to know. I created a foldable for note taking for the students and I thought I'd share it with you too. Click on the picture below to be taken to my Teacher's Pay Teacher's store to download for free!



I hope you all have a wonderful weekend... happy pinning :)

5 comments:

  1. I just joined pinterest, so I know what you mean! I'm really trying hard not to get as addicted to it as I am to TPT!

    -Maria
    Everyone deServes to Learn

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  2. I know exactly what you mean! I definitely did a happy dance when that first happened to me :)

    I LOVE Pintrest - I often joke that I'm going to get carple tunnel from over-pinning :) I find TONS of great resources and ideas from it.

    Happy Pinning!

    ~Jessica
    Joy in the Journey

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    1. I can completely identify with the carpel tunnel :) Now, if only I had all of the time, money, and resources to accomplish all the things I've pinned, I'll be great! :)

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  3. I have seen your pin on Pinterest a couple times. And (since I saw the original blog post) I go back to look at the post every time I see the pin. The website you shared has a lot of good resources, but I'm still not really sure how to implement them. Do you just use them to supplement plans you already have? I don't understand how it's a 9 week intervention, but there are 9 skills, with 3 weeks of material each. I'd love to hear more about how you use it in your classroom:)

    We are ALL Special!

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    1. I think whomever described the link was a little mistaken. They should have described it as 9 skills and up to 27 weeks of material. A little misleading.

      I'm using a little bit of a hodge-podge. I'm using the West Virgina more as a supplement at the moment. With my MTSS group it wasn't quite challenging enough. So I've had to tweak :)

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