Monday, April 1, 2013

What Is Blooming In My Store For Springtime?

Spring is in full bloom in Southern California and I have some packets that might help you as you head for the end of the year. This is now the home stretch and it might help to have some Common Core work for your kids to use that reflect the skills they should be acquiring as the year closes. These are some of my favorites that might work for you.
1. Farm Fresh Fun (Math and Literacy Stations with a great emergent reader for position words)
2. What Is On A Farm?
3. Eat Your Fruits and Veggies (This has an emergent reader done in the form of riddles)
4. What Can I Do At The Beach? ( Students write sight words in this reader and sponge paint the sky) This also has a teacher version. I think this is adorable for the end of the year!
If you think these might make your life easier, click on each title to fly over to my TpT store. Happy Spring!


The Polished Teacher said...

These products look fantastic! Here's to making it through the last stretch of the year! Thanks for all you do! =)


Rachelle said...

this looks great!!!! you are so talented, my friend! I miss you! See you at I Teach K again?

Anonymous said...

I just found out that I'm moving from third grade to kindergarten. I'm so excited yet so nervous. I'm now your newest follower and am in the process of switching over my blog to kinder stuff. I'm excited to see all your ideas as well as get to know you. Your blog is incredible!

Stephanie Ann
Sparkling in Third Grade

Fran Kramer said...

Stephanie Ann,
We will all try to help you make the transition but I am warning you... you will never go back to another grade! Just sayin... (LOL)

mskarenkory said...

Hi Fran,

I love these books! I have purchased most of your Sparkle Readers too. I was wondering if you're planning to publish any more Sparkle Reader? The reason I'm asking is that we've written a grant at my school and have been able to by licenses for all three of us as well as pay for the cost of printing. We're hoping you're going to write more soon so that we can purchase licenses and print them off with our grant money.

Keep on generating your wonderful K materials. I LOVE them!