Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Word Work Wednesday

Some days you just need a little chocolate...and it never hurts to add a few marshmallows.  Just in case you are having one of those days here's a couple warm and delicious word work activities.  

Have your kiddos read and sort their word cards onto the correct mug.  If you are really feeling crazy you can throw some real marshmallows in the mix!  If you do that, have them read the word and add a real marshmallow to the matching mug.  







If there is a word sort you'd like that's not here leave me a comment and let me know what you need.  Maybe I can whip it up for you!

I'm headed to find a mug, some marshmallows, and a nice warm fire to sit by!




13 comments:

  1. This is great, thanks!! I recently posted about some hot chocolate activities, check them out.. there's a freebie, too :)

    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I'll head over and check our your hot chocolate activities. A girl can never have too much chocolate...right?

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  2. Oh my gosh I am so glad I just stumbled across your blog! Its soo cute! :) Newest follower! I loved your marshmallow worksheets! Come check me out for some math ideas and centers
    ~sarah
    funintitlemath.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks! I love all your math games and activities looks like you make math super fun! That rap is totally "beast" I'll have to pull our my bling for for that one : )

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  3. I second Sarah's comment!! I am so glad you found my little old blog so I could find yours! I LOVE the hot chocolate with the vowel patterns!! Where do you get your graphics? I love your blog, I am your newest follower!

    Ps: what grade do you teach?
    Stacy
    2nd Grade Paradise

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    1. Hey! Thanks for stopping by! I get my graphics from Mr. Bubblegum (AKA the hubs). He has a store on Teacher's Notebook I blogged about a couple of weeks ago. I know...I'm spoiled. It's GREAT having my own in house illustrator and a quite talented one if I do say so myself!

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    2. Opps! Forgot to say what grade I teach. I am actually in the curriculum office and I work with grades K-5. I also meet with small groups of 1st and 2nd graders to do reading intervention. Before that I taught 1st and 2nd for 13 years.

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  4. I just found your blog last week (and became a follower) and I am loving your super cute stuff :) Thanks for another great freebie! Have a fab rest of your evening :)

    Lisa :)
    Made In The Shade In Second Grade

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  5. WOW! I found you via Pintrest and am so excited I did! I will be back often to check out your great stuff! I love it!
    ❤Tanya
    Ms. Solano's Kindergarten

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  6. Oh, I saw that your hubby has a store in Teachers Notebook - I am not too familiar with that site, is there a specific search area to find his stuff???
    ❤Tanya
    Ms. Solano's Kindergarten

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  7. Thank you so much! All the way from sunny New Zealand. We appreciate your sharing.

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  8. How kind of you to post this resource! This is exactly what I was looking for to reinforce these vowel rules for our first graders who need some extra practice! You rock!!

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