Happy Saturday! Sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and enjoy reading today's features on Seasonal Saturdays! It's all about St.Patrick's Day today, which is just three weeks away! (hey, that rhymed!)
First up today is Aylin, co-author of the blog Learning to the Core,
where she and her first grade partner provide a mix of technology and Common Core activities. Aylin is also the teacher-author behind the Teachers Pay Teachers store by the same name where she offers literacy products for early elementary students.
Her St. Patrick's Day literacy pack contains four literacy centers for kindergarten and first graders. That's enough for the entire week leading up to St. Pat's Day! Skills include long vowels, digraphs, blends, and more! I like the rigorous activities and the appealing, festive graphics! With (41) pages and a cute holiday theme, this packet is only $2.85! Talk about finding a pot of gold!! Click the the preview picture below to see the listing!
Next is Andrea from Reading Toward the Stars who I have had the pleasure of working with before in bloggy land! She is a reading specialist (as are Alylin and I!) and also has great blog posts on literacy instruction for kinders and firsties. Her Catch a Leprechaun packet has an adorable easy reader book and game for Saint Patrick's Day. Just perfect for kindergarten, first, and second grades!
With (20) pages, this cute packet includes: an easy reader book with rhyming text and sight words, a rhyming game, and picture cards (with amazing glitter graphics!) for sequencing. And, Andrea has this resource on SALE for just $1.50 through the weekend only! Click the picture above to see the complete listing and to visit her TpT store!
Thank you to Aylin and Andrea for submitting products to be featured on "Seasonal Saturdays". Make sure you stop by their blogs and show them some love! ♥
**If you are interested in submitting a literacy/picture book seasonal item for me to feature, please complete the form here on Google Drive. I am now accepting submissions for Lent, spring, Earth Day, and Easter.
Winter is almost over... spring is on the horizon! Enjoy the weekend, my friends.