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It's a Pizza Planning Palooza & New Year's Goodies Giveaway!


I meant to post this yesterday but got carried away eating pizza and planning with my teacher bestie Denise and my new laser printer!  (Thanks hubby, you are the BEST!)  Here's a peek at some fun things we prepped... with your chance to win these goodies in a giveaway!

Math "Wake Up" Work




Literacy "Wake Up" Work




Math Stations

Mitten Match

Snowboard Bump

Snowball Scoop


Cups of Cocoa Count Tally & Graph

Flurry Flip Five


Word Work Stations

Snowman Spy

Winter Roll Say Keep

See something you need this New Year?  Now's your chance to grab ALL of these goodies for FREE by entering the giveaway below!  This giveaway ends on Sunday so sign up fast!


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  1. As a special education teacher, I work with kids in their classrooms on reading, writing and math. Usually there are some theme activities done at this time, but w/ the new NYS modules, I'm really not sure.

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  2. Painting with marshmellows, MLK Day fun, winter centers!

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    1. Painting with marshmallows sounds like a blast, how have I never done that?!

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  3. So much to do! Winter, Snowmen, New Year's, MLK and Chinese New Year at the end!

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  4. We have a good behavior party that they earned. We will also be doing things for MLK and taking mandated tests.

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  5. In January we will travel to the PA Farm Show for a field trip. We will also be learning all about Penguins!

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  6. Great giveaway!!! We'll be studying snowmen, penguins, and more----like DIBELS testing and math assessments! ;)

    Nicki
    Mrs. Thigpen's Kindergarten

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    1. Thanks Nicki! I have got a ton of assessments coming up as well. Report cards due at the end of the month!

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  7. Great ideas & Great giveaway! We will be doing the normal penguins, snowmen stuff, but I am also going to attempt to make snowflake out of Borax and pipe cleaners. I will be crossing my fingers that this idea works and looks as easy as it does on the web site.

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  8. Penguins, snowmen, and New Year's Resolutions in Kindergarten!

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  9. Keeping my fingers crossed. I love your blog. It gives me so many things to use in my classroom.
    Thank you for your hard, hard work.

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    1. Thanks Terry for your kind words! They really mean a lot to me!

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  10. I am going to add ice fishing to my winter themes this year.

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  11. We are talking about hibernation, winter, snow, polar animals, and colors.

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  12. Snowmen, winter, and arctic animals!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  13. We will talk about Needs & Wants and Winter.
    Sara
    Polka Dot Kinders

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  14. Thanks for giving me a heads up about your giveaway. We will be learning about winter, hibernation, and arctic animals in January.

    Amanda
    Mrs. Pauley’s Kindergarten

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    1. Can't wait to see what you do! This will be my first year doing arctic animals so I've been scouring Pinterest for ideas. :)

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  15. We will be reading and writing about snow, although we may have some time off during the snow predicted right now. Thanks for your Giveaway.

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  16. Great giveaway!!!! We will be doing snowmen and arctic animals!!!

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  17. I'm gonna get ready for a formal observation and then do some penguin fun! :)
    xo
    Learning With Mrs. Leeby

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    1. I need to get observed as well! It will be my first one so I'm kind of really nervous. :) Good luck and have fun!

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  18. I have a fun new year craftivity we are going to do when we head back after Christmas Break.

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  19. We will have fun with Winter Weather, Artic Animals, Snowmen... oh and MAP testing, Running Records, more testing! Love making snowflakes!! :)
    My Kindergarten Kids

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  20. I found a cute penguin art project that I want to do with my kiddos.

    Julie
    Kindergarten To The Core

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  21. I'm still trying to finish up our Jolly Phonics sounds so I can get started on more fun stuff like these centers...we don't accomplish much in only 2 hours a day!!

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  22. new year, MLK and 100 day activites coming up and lots of assessments.

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