I hope of you have had a peaceful and restful winter break so far. We had an excellent Christmas and are now enjoying the lull between Christmas and New Year’s with lots of sleeping in, visiting family, and of course, shopping! Those gift cards don’t spend themselves, you know?
In between all the fun, I’ve been thinking about teaching in January. I’ve developed 4 new eSources (my newly coined name for my digital resources; how do you like it?) Funny story about eSources — it started out as a typo when I left the “r” off “resource.” I looked at it and thought, esource, huh. Let’s spell it eSource and it makes sense.
Anyways, back to my eSources. Two are winter math games including adding, subtracting, and place value, January Roll and Cover with Mike the Moose
and Penguin Push
I also added a long and short O sorting activity to complement my other long and short vowel sorting packets, Short I and Short E. The remaining vowels will be added — someday.
And finally, I added a Martin Luther King integrated Esource packet.
Feel free to click on any picture above to visit my TPT store and explore these products further.
Finally, I have a quick and easy MLK freebie for you. It’s a dove of peace made out of paper plates. I’ve been doing this activity along with MLK for years in my classroom. It makes a nice wall dsiplay when I pair it with the children’s writings on what they think would make the world a better place today.
If you click on the picture, it will take you to a page with the PDF on it. Open the PDF for directions and a step-by-step pictorial tutorial for you.
Enjoy and have a very Happy New Year!