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Look what I got in the mail!!  Don't you just love to get fun stuff for your classroom?  I got these wonderful items from MPM School Supplies.



MPM School Supplies site is easy to navigate and they have LOTS of items to choose from!  I was needing some new vowel posters as we are working really hard right now on getting those sounds solid and sure.  

I had also been looking for a group of poems that I could use with my kindergarten or first grade small groups.  I like to use poems to increase their memory, finding rhyming words, work on syllables, look for sight words, and connect words to sounds on our blends chart.

finding words in poem to connect with beginning blends and digraphs

My first graders are working really hard on hearing their blends and digraphs and connecting them to the correct letters.  I like to call out a word from a poem or book they have been reading (the poem or book would be not be out so they are relying on auditory and not visual cues) and they find a picture from the blends/digraphs chart to connect it to.  



For example, I would call out clouds.  The students would use their blends/digraphs chart and find the picture- clown- that begins the same way clouds does.  

Now, for some great news for you!!  MPM School Supplies is giving you a discount to get some school supplies for your classroom!  Click the link below and start shopping!


10% off your readers' first 10 orders:

6 comments:

  1. I'm not sure how you manage to get all this free stuff. You know how to use it to its potential for sure!
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  2. What do you think of the poem a month flip chart? I was wondering about getting that.
    I like how you call out words for the blends. I think I'll start doing that in my small groups.
    ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

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  3. You know me, Tammy, I like to use even the free stuff to maximize it usefulness with my students. :)

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  4. Barbara, I like the flip chart. I like that it is on a stand where I can place it on a table so the students can see it. I will use it for fluency, rhymes, and picking out sight words.

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  5. Hi Lori!

    Sorry your post slipped through the cracks! Thanks for taking part in our promo - we're thrilled that you had a positive experience and it looks like you were able to find some neat products to use in the classroom! Even though shopping is fun, we know you're busy and greatly appreciate that you took time out of your day to check out our store and share your thoughts!

    Have a lovely week & happy learning!
    Kayla

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  6. I did find some great items! Thank you so much for allowing me to participate. :) It was fun!

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