A Few of My Favorite Things...

I know, I know!  It's not Christmas yet, but we had two almost full workdays yesterday and today that I took total advantage of getting ready for the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving.  Despite feeling horrible with this "whatever I have",  {My husband thinks it is walking pneumonia.}  I did work on creating some games for the weeks coming up.  I did finish one.  But, I will get to that later! 

I found this great linky from The Hands-On Teacher.
Here are some of my "favorite things".

My favorite holiday TPT product is my brand new Gingerbread Beginning Sounds Match Game. It is my favorite because it is my only holiday product.  And it will not be my last!

It is a simple matching game to match beginning sounds using pictures.  I am working on the ending sounds game as well.  Right now it is on sale through Black Friday for half price, so got check it out!  Here are some pictures.


As a reading specialist, I LOVE books, and I will probably spend the week before Christmas break doing read-alouds with each of my small groups.  Here are some of my favorites.

This first book is fun to read with students and listen to them as they read with me.  I like to make a Christmas mouse craft with it.
Santa's Stuck
This one I read with my family every year, and we laugh, laugh, laugh!  Being from Louisiana, it is a must read!
Cajun Night Before Christmas 
This year I am going to read this one to my son.  It is my favorite Christmas book and teaches about acceptance no matter what!
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
I love Christmas time and can never wait for it to begin!  How about you?  Go link up with Marie at The Hands on Teacher and find out what other love this time of year!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving in case I don't get back to this blog before then!
Until next time!

1 comment

  1. Ok, you are like the third peson I have seen post about "Santa's Stuck" and I have NEVER read that book! It is now on my shopping list! :)

    Thanks so much for linking up! I'm a new follower :)
    Marie
    The Hands-On Teacher in First!

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