Sunday, July 8, 2018

Time to Brag: About the New Additions to my TPT Store

This Summer break I have been busy adding resources to my Teachers Pay Teachers store. So far I have created 2 new products,  and 2 new freebies. I thought it might be a good time to take the opportunity to share and brag about the new resources! 

 I created this classroom schedule over a year ago for my own classroom, and I thought it would make an excellent freebie in my store! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have! In my classroom I display my daily schedule at the front of my classroom on my white board. During the daily morning meeting we go over 'the shape of the day', so that my students know what to expect out of the day. I attached magnets to the backs of the cards, so that the daily schedule can be moved around easily. I keep the unused schedule cards in a little basket on my desk. You could also use a pocket chart or set up a bulletin board to  display your daily schedule. 

The next resource I would like to brag about is my: Taco Truck Division resource pack. This resource is meant to help practice the skill of division which is tricky for some! I have included practice for both single digit division and long division with and without remainders. I hope students enjoy the taco truck theme as much as I do.  Food usually goes over well with my groups! This fresh new resource includes many different types of division activities including: math journal pages, mental math practice pages, worksheets, math games, and visuals to help explain and practice the concept of division. 

To go along with my Taco Truck Division Resource Package, I took 4 activities out my this package to give away as a freebie. 
Included in this freebie is: 

1. Taco themed division poster (This poster describes how division works). 
2. Taco themed division mental math practice sheet
3. 'Colour a Division Equation’ partner game. 
4. Long Division practice worksheet with 9 long division questions.

Lastly, I have created a First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Traditional homes unit. This unit contains an informational brochure about each traditional home (these brochures can be photocopied for each
student for reading and research purposes), 6 reading comprehension questions for each traditional home, and a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activity for each of the following traditional First Nations, Metis or Inuit home: the longhouse, pit house, wigwam, tipi, Metis log cabin, igloo, and tupiq which is an Inuit tent. I have also included a variety of other activities to help support learning including a learning journal, people bingo game, an interactive fact wheel activity, vocabulary cards, and a variety of STEM graphic organizers