Super Bowl Sunday Sale & 2 new products

By now you’ve probably heard that TPT will be holding a Super Bowl Sunday Sale!  Sellers can choose to give 5, 10, 15, or 20% off their products.  Then, using the code “SUPER” at checkout, you can get an extra 10% off the already reduced prices.  That’s a total of 28% off!

I will be giving 20% off all of my products.  Be sure to get your wishlists ready and take advantage of this 28% off opportunity.

I’ve recently added two new products to my store.  Here’s a peak.

The first is a book companion for “If You Give a Pig a Pancake”.

My original inspiration for using this book actually came over the summer.  I was at Marshall’s and saw this ADORABLE spatula in their “impulse buy heaven” of a checkout line.  It was $2 and I had to have it.  I pinned it then but haven’t done anything with it. Until now.

I’d seen those of things on pinterest involving flipping “pancakes” as an activity.  Many of the items in this pack are pancakes.  So, break out your pink spray paint, head to the dollar store for a cookie sheet, and get to crafting!  That’s what I’m gonna do anyway…

There are a variety of preschool/Kindergarden topics covered.

Pages 2-4: props for story retelling, sequencing, story elements, and for use as visuals for a variety of tasks


Pages 5-7: Comprehension/Inferential questions & Pages 7-8: General Wh- questions




Pages 9-11: CVC words with /p, b, m, n, t, d/


Pages 12-20: Initial, medial, and final /g, k, f/ & Pages 21-24:  l blends, s blends





Pages 25-27: Phonemic awareness – word segmentation using compound words


Pages 28-29: Regular plurals


Pages 30-32: Sentence structure targeting is/are, with a pancake per word (for those who omit the helping verb)



Pages 33-35: Third person singular verbs (-s)


Pages 36-38: Basic concepts – clean/dirty, empty/full, hot/cold


Pages 39-41: Association matching (go-togethers)


Page 42: Prepositions


Pages 43-44: What does not belong?


Pages 45-46: Verbs


Pages 47-49: Object functions



Pages 50-53: Categories (receptive and expressive)


Pages 54-55: Attributes

  Grab this download here.

I also made a simple balloon themed phonemic awareness pack.  It targets initial sounds and rhyming.

Initial sounds:
Cute little clowns are holding balloons that have letters in them.  The letters are grouped according to age of acquisition and manner of production: B, P, M, N, T, D & K, G, F, W, H.

                                      

There are 8 picture flashcards per sound.  Draw one card at a time.  Students can use dry erase markers or bingo chips (if the sheets are laminated) to cross out that picture’s initial sound.  First one to “pop” all of their balloons, wins.  You could also use dot painters or finger paint to “pop” the balloons, if you don’t mind the sheets not being reusable.

I included some clowns with blank balloons in case you’d like to group your sound differently.  Or you could target lower case letters or a mix of upper and lower.

 Rhyming:
These mats have a bear and an alligator holding balloons.  Their balloons have pictures in them.  There are 15 picture cards (with words, so there’s no confusion) to draw.  Students pop ALL of the balloons on their mat that rhyme with the word.  First to pop all of their balloons, wins.

Time for a giveaway!  Enter below using Rafflecopter for your choice of either of the 2 products in this post.
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Hope you enjoy the sale and my new downloads.  I’ll be enjoying some greasy food and vats full of bleu cheese dressing.  Sadly, I’m not kidding.
~Denise

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19 thoughts on “Super Bowl Sunday Sale & 2 new products

  1. These packs look great! Love the 'If you Give' books. Thanks for your labors. As far as pragmatic “stuff”, I would have to say anything dealing with body language. I don't currently have many kiddos with pragmatic goals, but we seem to touch the topic anyhow. egn@itctel.com

  2. There are so many great things about this book….and now an activity packet, too! Regarding pragmatic skills, my students with those needs require work on several areas–one that stands out currently is how to enter a conversation or game appropriately.

  3. Love the pigs! My caseload has a lot of diversity, so just about any language activities would be useful. I really like the companion packets for books.

  4. These packets look adorable ~ especially the “If You Give a Pig a Pancake” one. I need both expressive and receptive langauge materials, and I'm always looking for something new for my kiddos!

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