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back to school reader's theater

Just in time for August...
based on these books...
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Mrs. Bell

Pinterest Projects

I {heart} Pinterest! 
Here are a couple of my recent Pinterest Projects...
 I saw this Pin from 1+1+1=1. She is a homeschooler that shared how she 
organizes her themes. I used her idea to organize my guided reading activities. 
I saw this Pin from oopsy daisy. She shared how to use M&Ms for a Father's Day gift. My mom resently had open heart surgery, so I used this idea to make M&M thank you jars for everyone that made us food and helped us during her surgery and recovery. You can grab a copy to use for parent, friend or co-worker thank yous HERE
Enter to win a chance to win one of my new Reader's Theater Units HERE
Mrs. Bell

letter and sound assessmen

HERE is a letter and sound assessment freebie. 
I use this assessment to progress monitor my lowest students.
 I use the results to guide their guided reading instruction.
Hope that you find this helpful. 
Click HERE to check out my new Teachers Pay Teachers Store.
Click HERE to enter to win one of my Reader's Theater Units.  
Mrs. Bell

Seuss Freebie

I love the Seuss Dollar Spot items at Target!!
These Dr. Seuss flash cards are a great find!
Target Dollar Spot Dr. Seuss flash cards activities. Worth the click to get this freebie!
Here is a freebie to go along with these flash cards...
Target Dollar Spot Dr. Seuss flash cards activities. Worth the click to get this freebie!
SunshineLemons gave me special permission to use their Seuss backgrounds.
Mrs. Bell

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Mrs. Bell

Throwback Thursday

I have a few old post that I would like to focus on in light of my new Reader's Theater Units on Teachers Pay Teachers. Check out these posts about Reader's Theater in my classroom HERE. My favorite is the Gingerbread Smilebox. It is so fun to see these little people that are now getting ready to head to third grade. They were my reader's theater test run class. It all started when my staff read this book during a summer book study... 
Then, I was lucky enough to spend a week with Sharon Taberski at a summer workshop. As part of the workshop she had us do a reader's theater and I was hooked. It is hard to find reader's theater that are appropriate for kindergarten, so I started writing my own. Thanks Cara for the inspiration to walk down memory lane!
Mrs. Bell

more kindergarten reader's theater

based on these books...
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Mrs. Bell