Peek at My Week: January 12-16 Lesson Plans and Materials

I am joining Mrs. Willis’ Kindergarten for a Peek at My Week! You should head over there and check out all the other teachers’ lessons. 

Click here to download the daily agenda PPT. 
Click here to download the daily analogy of the day PPT.

Click here to download the daily exit ticket PPT. 
Click here to download the daily TCAP question of the day PPT.

Other Materials: Click on the item to download (quizzes will be added to the blog post on Monday) 


Tech Thursday Twitter Chats

      I love anything tech related, so I am joining Teaching Trio for Technology Thursday. One of my favorite parts of Twitter is the daily chats for educators. They have chats almost hourly and they all have a specific topic or group. 
You can find a daily schedule of chats to join here. I usually join in on the TN chat and the ELA chat. To join in on the twitter chats I use Tweet Chat
Tweet Chat is easy to use and free. Find the hash tag of the chat you would like to be apart of and click go. 
      Once your at your chat, you’ll be able to see all the tweets with the same hash tag. You will also be able to retweet and tweet from this page. I’ve found many new ideas to use in my classroom from chats.
              Head over to Teaching Trio to find out about other awesome tech ideas and sites. If would like to follow me on Twitter click here

Pinterest Pick 3 Party

I’m linking up with Inspired Owl’s Corner 

Here are three pins I’ll be using this month! Click on the picture to go to the link. 

Freebie Martin+Luther+King,+Jr.+Day+is+the+third+Monday+of+January,+and+this+close+reading+activity+would+be+a+perfect+way+to+learn+all+about+his+role+in+the+civil+rights+movement.+In+this+freebie,+you+get+four+differentiated+texts+about+Martin+Luther+King,+Jr.,+activities+for+second+and+third+reads,+and+a+writing+response+activity.
Awesome close read freebie from Fifth in the Middle

Freebie from Teach at the Beach on TPT

Compare and Contrast Martin Luther King Jr.
Compare and contrast freebie from Literacy Loves Company.

Be sure to go check out what others have pinned. Also make sure to follow me on Pinterest!




Lessons and Materials for January 5th-9th

I’ve join Mrs. Willis’ Kindergarten for a Peek at My Week. Head over there to see other teachers lessons and materials. 

             I’m kicking off the new year focusing on writing for the upcoming writing assessment in February.  I’ve posted my daily agenda and materials below.

Click here to download the Daily Agenda Power Point

Click here to download the Analogy of the Day Power Point. 
Click here to download the TCAP Question of the Day Power Point. 
Click here to download the Daily Exit Ticket Power Point. 

Other Resources: Click on the item to download

            Hope everyone has a great weekend! If you do not follow Oodles of Teaching Fun on Facebook click here. I post flash freebies from my blogs and others throughout the day. 


January Currently

          I’m joining up with Oh’ Boy 4th Grade for here monthly Currently Linky. I love this linky, because I always find news blogs to follow. To check out all the blogs that have linked up click here.

    I’ll be posting my lessons and materials for next week tomorrow. Be sure to stop back by. Also, if you do not follow me on Facebook, be sure to click here. I share lots of flash freebies and giveaways on my Facebook page. 

Oh' Boy 4th Grade


You Oughta Know…with a Freebie!

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I am joining Buzzing with Mrs. McClain for her You Oughta Know Blog Hop! I am so very excited because there are going to be so many fun ideas shared.
       I believe if you do not make a personal connection with your students then it is much harder to reach them academically. One of my ways to make a connection is with a roll call question. Each day when the students enter the room their agenda is on the board. The first part of their agenda is their roll call question.

Students answer the question when I call their name for roll. I also give my students the opportunity to pass. I do a pass so that no one feels uncomfortable. After all the students have answered I answer too. The students will remind me if I forget to answer the question. They really enjoy the roll call question. I’ve created a freebie with lots of questions you could use to get you started.

Roll call question free

  I also take questions suggestions from my students. They write them on a small sheet of paper and place them in our suggestion box. They really enjoy seeing their question on the agenda.

        This activity takes 3 minutes a day and gives you so much information about your students.


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