Worksheet Wednesday

Well, it has been a busy time in my house.  My oldest graduated from high school this past weekend and our last guest left this morning, so it's time to get back to blogging.  The bloggers at The Teaching Tribune have some fun things happening, so I thought I'd link up for Worksheet Wednesday.
I thought I'd focus today's post on writing to add a little more alliteration!  A few weeks ago, I shared a sampling of summer and back to school poems in a blog hop, and since I got such positive feedback, I've decided to give poetry writing a try, and I must say, I'm having a ball getting in touch with my creative side. :-)  I was so pleased with this poem from that set, and since football season hits right at the beginning of school, your kids might enjoy it too.  I enjoy using poetry to help my students work on reading in phrases, for reinforcing phonics skills through word hunts, and for building sight vocabulary.  You can see a few of the ideas I modeled in [this post]
For the full set, you can purchase it for half price during the next 48 hours.  It was the winner of Facebook Face-off today!  A new set will be uploaded soon too that will include fall and winter themes.  

For other worksheets, you can visit the The Teaching Tribune at the link above.

Until next time, happy reading!

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  1. Hey Carla! I've been wondering where you were so glad to see you're back at it on the blog :-) Hope you enjoyed your family time!

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    1. I did, Michelle! It was so nice having so many out to celebrate with Sam. He was Salutatorian for his class, so it was definitely a proud parent moment. We ended up with 6 families out from the midwest...so nice as the drive is 20 hours! We'll have to link up and do something together soon.
      Carla

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    1. Thanks! Not exactly a math practice page, but my blog doesn't focus on math. I figured football is a good one for many grades and genders. :-)

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