What? Six table top pocket charts aren't a necessity? Well at $2.50 each, it sure felt like they were. Check out my other spoils.
|Dr. Seuss buttons for $1 a package! I'll enjoy pulling these out in March for Dr. Seuss' birthday.|
|Dr. Seuss erasers, pencils and notebooks for $1. I can add these to my prize box.|
|Time and Alphabet Bingo for $1 each.|
|Number stamps for $2.50. I liked these because they are traceable.|
|Book bins for $2.50. I use these to organize my centers for independent work time.|
|I use these paper trays to organize my small group lessons and materials. I have always wanted to purchase more, but they are $5 a piece from Lakeshore. I got these for $2.50 each. SOLD!|
This week I am going to work on some apple themed freebies for ya! As a resource teacher, I have several grade levels and a WIDE range of abilities. I have two first grade gals coming to me this year that are currently at the preschool/early K level. Most of my resources are geared toward first and second grades, so I know that I'll be creating lots o' resources (and perusing many kindergarten blogs) to help meet their needs. I can't wait to get started so that I can share them with you guys!