Whole Lotta Silliness Going On ~ Five Literacy Centers!

Boy, what an interesting weekend!  I had a day off for "snow" on Friday and was supposed to go out with the girls, but we decided to play it safe.  Glad I didn't go because Ginny Beth ended up with the dreaded stomach bug!  Ugh!  Luckily, she only got sick once, but this Momma didn't sleep because of that and my new scratchy throat!

Saturday I splurged and used my Daily Deal for my massage. AHHHHH....

Freebie Break!  Here is a little freebie that I had up on Friday, but I want to put it out again because it goes with my new Silly Centers Pack.  Here is the Silly Sentences from my pack for you to enjoy!  Have fun with them!  Click on the picture below or here to grab them.


Still not feeling my best, we stayed home from church today, and I worked and worked and worked on my "Whole Lotta Silliness Going On" Silly Centers Pack.  They were a lot of work, but they turned out great!  They are based on the books I am using this week for Read Across America Week.

I have them on sale in both my TPT store and TN shop for half price through Wednesday.  That is five centers for only $3.00!!  Click HERE if you prefer TPT and HERE if you prefer TN.

The pack includes the following centers along with recording sheets for each:

Silly Rhymes: Students match the rhyming words in a classic concentration game. This is in color and black and white. 

Silly Word Match Ups: Students match the words to the pictures in this puzzle piece activity. There are two sets of these to use.  {Based on In a People House by Dr. Seuss)

Silly Sentences: Students build six different sentences and record them on the recording sheet. These are in color and black and white.

Silly Nouns and Verbs: Students sort the word cards into nouns and verbs and use them to write a silly story, underlining then nouns in one color and verbs in another.

Silly Words: Students sort words into the categories of words or nonsense words. There are three sets of these cards: CVC, CVCe, and digraphs for differentiation.

Since my printer won't print black anymore, I also made as many of these as I could in black and white.  Color is nice, but I completely understand why black and white is important too.  I have some pretty paper that I will put them on, so they will look good.

Hopefully, I can run to Wal Mart this week and get me a new printer.  I am still researching and would love some suggestions!

Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

Until next time!

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

6 comments

  1. Ooh this is so cute! Will be added to the laminating pile for this week (it never seems to shrink). Thank you

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  2. This is super cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Thanks for making this in color and in black and white! My printer thanks you. ;)

    Carolyn
    Nurturing Noggins

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  4. I just bought a printer a few weeks ago - good luck! Thanks so much for the freebie :)

    Catherine
    The Brown-Bag Teacher

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