Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sight Word Book Bundle {Proud to be Primary} & December Journal Prompts {One Sharp Bunch}

Happy 30th of November everyone! 
It's Elyse from Proud to be Primary again and today I'm sharing my $1 deal and steal for the month of November! 
I am also super excited to have Ashley Sharp from One Sharp Bunch joining me today to offer you an extra dollar deal!!

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My $1 deal this month is a great pack for your students to practice their Dolch sight words. It's my Read, Draw, & Color Sight Word Book Bundle
This bundle of Read, Draw, and Color sight word books will help your kiddos learn their sight words by reading sentences with their sight words and drawing pictures that correspond (Pre-primer, Primer, and 1st Grade books) or writing their own sentences and drawing pictures to match (2nd grade books). Your kids will love creating their own unique books and will be learning and practicing their sight words at the same time!  
In this pack, you will get 37 mini books (4-5 pages each with an extra cover page)It covers all the sight words from the Pre-Primer, Primer, First, and Second Grade sight word lists (4-5 words practiced in each book). It is differentiated all the way through and perfect for Kindergarten to 2nd grade. 
You can grab the Read, Draw, & Color Mini Book Bundle as a steal for ONLY $1 for the next 3 days (November 30th - December 2nd). Click the image below to head to my store to check it out!
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Hi, friends!  Ashley here from One Sharp Bunch!  A big thank you to Elyse for asking me to join forces with her for this dollar deal!  I'm so excited to share my December Journal Prompts with you!
I love that these journal prompts are no prep and can be used as stand alone writing pages, work on writing activities, or as a December writing Journal.  I simply copied the pages and stapled along the edge, creating a journal booklet.
My students use these booklets as a type of writing menu to encourage a variety of writing genres during our "Work on Writing" time.  As the students complete a page, they color the corresponding ornament on the cover.
Some of my students like to use the "December Dictionary" as they write, so I copied the dictionary back to-back and inserted it after the cover page.  Sometimes, I keep the dictionary separate from the journal so that the students can quickly glance at it as they are writing.
These monthly writing prompts have been a great way for me to keep a portfolio of my students' writing to share with their families!

You can grab the December Journal Prompts as a steal for ONLY $1 for the next 3 days (November 30th - December 2nd). Click HERE to grab!

1 comment:

  1. These are awesome!! Thanks for offering this super deal! It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas!!