123 Count With Me! And a FREEBIE!

I'm finally done! That's right, my "123 Count With Me" pack is fresh off the press!
As promised, I have been working on the second part of my BIG BIG BIG Back To School pack and I'm happy to say that it is finally added to my TPT and TN stores :)

Everything I created so far has been for teaching language arts and I've been wanting to start creating some math units too. I thought this Back To School unit was the perfect opportunity to take that big jump!

This is my 123 Count With Me pack.

This pack will be perfect for the first month of school in my Grade 1 class when we will be reviewing letters and numbers! It is also great for pre-K and Kindergarten :)

Here is what you can find in my newest store item: everything you need to teach and/or review numbers!
* Ordering Center
* Numbers: Before and After
* Odd and Even Sorting: 2 versions, sorting mats and cut & paste
* Patterns with numbers, shapes, and letters: worksheets and center game
* Roll and Cover Game: 2 versions, dice and cards
* Read/Write the Room
* Numbers Printing Pages
Each center comes with recording sheets and instructions posters.

You can find this pack at both my TPT and TN stores!

I've also bundled this pack up with my ABC Centers pack. This way, you get a nice discount if you buy both AND you get a fun Goodie bag too!
The goodie bag includes:
* Classroom Rules poster
* Bathroom and Hall passes
* Tattle Telling poster
* Conflict Resolution poster
* 'Wait You Turn' cards
* Time Capsule

You can find the MEGA pack at both my TPT and TN stores!

I hope you enjoy these! I am SUPER proud of them and can't wait to see them in use in my own classroom :)

Want this MEGA Back to School pack for your classroom?? Leave me a comment telling me what grade(s) and subject(s) you teach and I'll be choosing one lucky winner on Sunday! Don't forget to leave me your e-mail!

Grab yourself a FREEBIE before you go! Here are some "Wait Your Turn" cards that you can use with any grade. Wanna know how to use them? It's easy peasy! Just cut and laminate them, keep them in a small basket on your desk, and get your students to grab a number to take to their seat. This way, you will avoid the line up of chatty students at your desk and they can keep working while waiting their turn to meet with you :)


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  1. This pack looks super cute. Love the freebie. I teach/or at least taught first..waiting to hear what it will be. We teach all subjects too.

    My (Not So) Elementary Life

  2. Wow! This looks like you put a lot of work into it! I would love this pack, as I teach Pre-K and this is what we do all year!

    Mrs. Webster’s Classroom Connections

  3. This pack looks amazing!! I teach Kindergarten in Texas!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

  4. That pack looks so cute! You should link up your freebie in my Freebie Linky Party! I'm also celebrating my 100 followers with a giveaway!
    First with Franklin

  5. Your pack looks wonderful!! I will be teaching 1st grade again this year which is great, because that's where my heart is. :)

    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  6. I will be new to Kindergarten this year and this stuff looks like it will be SO helpful!! Pick me!! Pick me!! :)


  7. I just found your blog! Love the Wait your turn idea! I will be using that this coming year! Would LOVE the back to school pack! I will be following you in your store and on your blog!


  8. For some reason I could not get the wait your turn freebie. It said I had to send you my email to unlock it. Probably just google docs being weird. Thought you should know.

  9. Your pack looks perfect for the beginning of the school year! I teach first grade!


  10. I was visiting One Class, One Sound and she had a link to your Wait Your Turn cards. I think it's such a great idea. One thing, though - you forgot the r in Your (top line). Just thought you might want to know. I'm your newest follower :)
    Stories by Storie

  11. I love this freebie! Such as simple idea will make things much easier!

    I teach second, but often have special needs students that these packs will be great for!

    Down Under Teacher

  12. OMG...what a brilliant idea with the "wait your turn cards", that would so help me from having a line of kids at my desk. I am definately using that from day one next year. I teach 1st grade and have been for the past 12 yrs. The back to school pack looks FABULOUS and would be so great to be able to use that with my firsties next year!


  13. OMG Storie! Thanks so much for letting me know! I fixed it :)
    That will teach me to never edit my stuff while the baby is awake! lol

    Deb, I just checked and it seems to be working fine. If you still have trouble, send me an e-mail ;)


  14. What a great idea. I teach first grade.


  15. Thanks for linking up to my Freebie Linky Party!
    First with Franklin

  16. Sabrina Mayberry-LewisJuly 04, 2012 11:44 pm

    This packet looks amazing. I am also a kindergarten teacher in Texas. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

  17. What a great looking Mega pack! Thanks for sharing. I teach first in TN. We teach it all!

    Ashirley at dyercs dot net

  18. These packs look AWESOME!! Truly inspiring... I teach Kindergarten. This will be my 6th year teaching K, my first year in two years teaching by myself again! I'm excited to be back in the room on my own (I used to co-teach) and I'm looking for fun and new things to try next year!

    Thanks for sharing!

  19. Your pack looks fabulous :) I love your Wait your turn cards. Will be implementing these as soon as we return from our mid year holidays.
    Teachable Moments

  20. You're pack looks amazing! I teach Transitional Kindergarten, a program for those little friends who ate old enough for Kindergarten but just aren't ready. This pack would be perfect for my class!!


  21. This looks great! I teach Kindergarten!

    Cathy I.

  22. Looks great! I just awarded you two awards. Come on over to claim them!!!

    From Blood to Books!

  23. This looks fabulous! I teach 1st grade inner city with mostly ESL learners in MN. Your freebie would certainly be helpful to my students who need so much help learning in English. Kathie glickkr@gmail.com

  24. I teach second grade, all subjects.

    You put a lot of work into these packets!

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

  25. Thank you for the take a number
    freebie and I would love to win your 1st grade packet!!! This is my third year to teach 1st grade. We will be implementing Common Core Standards this year, so I could use some new and strong learning tools!!

  26. Every time I try to click on something that someone has in Google Docs today, it takes me to Google Drive, and I can't access the document. Not just yours, but at least three others today! Anybody know why and how I can get around it? Your pencils are really cute and I want to be able to download them!

  27. This is a fantastic pack! It looks like a lot of work was put into it! I would love to use this next year in my first grade classroom!


  28. I love this and would love to use it my classroom, but last year I have 24 students. Any way I can a pdf with at least 25 pencils?

  29. Amy, I'd love to e-mail something to you but you didn't leave me your e-mail :(
    If you see this, contact me and I'll help you out with your large classroom ;)


  30. My Dear, I love the pencil freebies for wait your turn. So simple, but so creative. I have needed these all my life. Plus it helps with their poor arms being held in the air. Thanks for this and the idea in general :)

  31. Absolutely LOVE the wait your turn pencil cards! Like a previous post mentioned, I too have large class sizes and would really appreciate the pencils up to #30. If you could email me the PDF at marcia.bossler@pgcps.org I would be so grateful :)

  32. Valerie, I just saw your comment. Thank you!! :)

  33. I love the wait your turn pencils____Just what I needed. Thanks

  34. I LOVE the Wait Your Turn cards! Thank you for sharing.


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