Monday, March 17, 2014

Shades of Spring!

I am SO excited to share with you my latest product!  


During the past few weeks, we have been working on identifying shades of meaning among adjectives and verbs.  Last year I just did this kite activity.  But this year, I raised the bar and made an entire unit of this topic.  It is FULL of fun activities to teach shades of meaning with your kiddos.  Many of the activities could be used to simply teach synonyms with younger ones.  

Here's a sneak peek of what's include in this unit.

Paint chips work really well to teach shades of meaning.  
I use them to introduce the unit, and to make some adorable suns!


Shades of Adjective Flowers

An updated kite for Shades of Verbs 

I also included: two posters, two scoots, four independent worksheets, and ten lists of adjectives and verbs all ready to go!  
Not all pictured.  

Here are some pictures of my class enjoying a couple of these activities.  









My kiddos had a BLAST working on these activities.  I love the bright colors and the educational crafts it provided us to decorate with!  I know you and your class will have a blast with this unit!  :)  

It is half off until tonight.  But I would love for THREE lucky readers to win a copy!  Enter using the rafflecopter below.  
(This is my first time using rafflecopter.... here's hoping it works as well as everyone says it does!)  

2 comments:

Brittany said...

Pick me! Pick me! Please pick me!!! I adore your work, keep it up!

sarah said...

Super cute! Can't wait to use it!