I hope you are enjoying your 4th of July weekend and spending time with family and friends. In my family we usually celebrate by enjoying burgers, corn on the cob and watermelon.
When my daughter was younger we both dressed in red, white and blue. She is 12 years old now so that is not so cool anymore! Here is one of my favorite 4th of July memories.
This 4th of July a group of bilingual bloggers and I would like to help you celebrate FREEdom by giving away bilingual and/or Spanish resources for you to use in your classroom.
I hope you enjoy this QR rhyming freebie.
Click on the image below to download this freebie from my TPT store.
Watch me demo it so you can see how it works. Your students are going to love it! I’ve used it with students as young as PreK!
Be sure to click on the image below and hop on over to the next bilingual blog. I hope you discover some new bilingual bloggers and also find great resources to use this coming fall.
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Rhyming is a foundational skill many early learners have trouble mastering. Use this rhyming phonological awareness station to lead small group instruction or place it in a center for independent practice.
There are no written words for students to read, this is strictly a phonological awareness activity. To help students be successful, review the vocabulary (name of each picture) with students first. If you don’t need the data, leave out the answer recording sheet.
To use this activity, students will say the names of the two pictures aloud listening to identify if they rhyme. Students make their determination then lift the flap to check if they were right.
This resource may be purchased here or in my TPT store.
Come celebrate freedom with me this 4th of July weekend!
A group of bilingual teachers and I have put together a 4th of July blog hop. Stop by to grab Spanish freebies for your classroom and meet some new bilingual blogger friends.
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Rhyming is such an important early literacy skill but sadly lots of students struggle with rhyming. I just finished these three Spanish rhyming stations that focuses strictly on phonological awareness, no words to read!
Watch the video preview I made to see how they work and to get an idea of how you can use them in your classroom with your students.
These three stations will give your students rhyming practice to mastery. Each activity comes with an answer recording sheet. The answer recording sheets include a QR code scan and check feature that your students will love. If you don’t have devices in your classroom yet, no worries, you can still use the activities and check students’ answers the good old fashion way :).
Click on the product link for more details about this wonderful resource.
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I am very excited to announce I have reached my first sales milestone in my Teachers Pay Teachers store!
When I first opened up my TPT store I never imagined where it would lead me. Creating and selling digital downloadable classroom resources never crossed my mind. The best part of being part of TPT has been the wonderful friends I have made and how much I have learned about curriculum and instruction.
As a teacher I always strived to create engaging work for my students. When you look in my TPT store I hope you will find independent work stations that are both rigorous and engaging.
To celebrate my TPT sales milestone I am making my Sound Detective Word Work stations FREE for the next 7 days! I’d love to know what you think and value your feedback.
Click HERE to download your FREE version of my Sound Detective Word Work stations.
Be sure to follow my TPT store!
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