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,


Delighted said...

Looks cute.

First Grade Delight

Cheesecakegal said...

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

Cheesecakegal said...

My email is

Judy said...

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

Constance said...

Cute idea!

Melissa, DillyDabbles said...

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


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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