Sunday, February 05, 2012

Plurals Pack, FREEBIE, & Webinar

Hi everyone,

I have completed my latest creation and I’m ready to share it with all of you! If you are teaching plurals in your classroom, this is definitely a must have! You can pick it up at my TPT store today.

This activity pack is filled with fun games for your kiddies!
It includes the following:
- 7 mini-posters to display in your classroom
- Singular/Plural Sorting Game
- Plural Rules Sorting Game
*Both these games include instructions, sorting mats, word cards, and recording sheets. Blank cards are also provided so you can add/change the words.
- "I have, Who has" Game
- Plurals Board Game (comes with instructions and 48 word cards)
- Plural Practice worksheets

If you like this product, check out my FREE interactive SMART board game!

As promised, I will be giving this Activity Pack to some of you so... be the first of 3 to comment on this post and I will be sending it to you for FREE! (Don't forget to leave me your e-mail in your comment)

If you are not in the first 3 to comment, don’t worry. There is something for everyone today! Here is my Go Fish for Contractions game. Enjoy!


Have you registered for Charity Preston’s FREE webinar on classroom organization yet? I have and I can't wait for it!  Click here to save your spot.

Have a great week my sweet bloggy friends,

9 comments:

Delighted said...

Looks cute.


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Cheesecakegal said...

I would love to have this! Just got a smartboard too!

Cheesecakegal said...

My email is mgibson40@gmail.com.

Judy said...

Love your ideas! We can always use some help with plurals!

Constance said...

Cute idea!

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Melissa, DillyDabbles said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I'm now following you too.

DillyDabbles

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

cute pack!! sorry I missed the first 3...I always do! ha!

Melissa said...

Hi, I am a 5/6 self-contained teacher in Western New York. I love the way people make such fancy activities on blogs such as yours. You do such nice work. I make a lot of my stuff, but is there a specific program you have purchased for the borders, fonts, etc? How do I pursue graphics such as yours?

Valerie said...

Hi Melissa, thanks for such a nice comment! I just started creating my own stuff and I'm learning as I go along. I use Microsoft Word to create most of my materials and I convert them to PDF when I'm done with them. I always include the source of my graphics on the cover or welcome page of my units and/or games. Don't hesitate to email me if you have more questions ;)

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