Sunday, April 17, 2011

Digital Storytelling

A few months ago, I saw posts about digital storytelling on two great blogs I follow: One Extra Degree and Ms. M's Blog.  I think I am going to try this out myself in a few weeks, so today I compiled some links with information about digital storytelling.  Click on the picture to download - hope you find it useful! 
(Edit - for some strange reason, now when you click on the link it says something about so many people viewing/downloading it and reaching a quota, so it won't open the file...  I am so loving Google Docs lately...  Anyway, if you want this list of links and it won't open for you, feel free to email me and I will send it to you.)

Sunday, April 10, 2011

The Winner of the Fantastic Fairy Tale Giveaway is...

Congratulations Tammy Daniels!  You will receive an email shortly!
Thank you all for entering and thank you to Brooke Perry at Primary Perspective for allowing me to give one of her fantastic units away!  If you are interested in purchasing her Fairy Tale unit, head over to her TPT store!

Inferring Word Meaning

I just made this and thought I would post it in case anyone else can use it.  Click on the picture to download.

ReadWriteThink

Have you seen the "Student Interactives" available from http://www.readwritethink.org/?  They are free and they look like they will be very useful!  They have a bunch of different interactives available for grades K-12.  I can't wait to see what my kids think of these!


P.S. Don't forget that my giveaway ends tonight at 7pm!  Make sure you enter to win Brooke Perry's fantastic Fairy Tale Unit!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Fantastic Fairy Tale Giveaway!


Wow - I can't believe I have over 300 followers!  I am so grateful for every single one of you, and I LOVE reading all of your blogs too! 

On to the interesting part - the giveaway!



The very talented Brooke Perry from Primary Perspective has agreed to give a copy of her brand-new Fairy Tale Unit to one of my followers!  We will be doing a Fairy Tale unit soon, so I bought a copy last night right after she posted it to TPT.  I am so glad that I did!  It is 48 pages of fun activities that both you and your students will love!

You can have up to 3 chances to win.  Please leave a separate comment for each of these and leave your email address! 
1. Follow Brooke's blog, Primary Perspective, and leave a comment here telling me that you do.
2. Follow my blog and leave a comment telling me that you do.
3. Leave a comment sharing something that you do when teaching Fairy Tales.

The winner will be announced on Sunday, April 10 at 7pm.  Good luck!

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Counting Change



Click on the picture to download the PDF!

My Shelfari Bookshelf

Shelfari: Book reviews on your book blog