Stop, Swap & Roll with a Giveaway!

I am so excited to be teaming up with a group of elementary teachers for Stop, Drop & Roll hosted by Melissa at Jungle Learners. 


I got to partner up with Danielle from Krazee 4 Kindergarten and was able to try out her Nursery Rhyme Unit. This set was all kinds of amazing!


We started by reading the nursery rhyme, Hickory Dickory Dock. We've have been working on one to one correspondence and pointing as we read. This set includes the rhyme in full color and black/white, so every student was able to have a copy in front of them.


I teach a multi-age classroom which means I have lots of different skill levels. This set had something for all of my students!

We practiced retelling and sequencing the rhyme.


Other students had to practice reading the rhyme on their own then cut & paste one of the sentences in the correct order.


This next activity was one of my favorite parts of this set.... Some of my kiddos really struggle with word problems, but these were the perfect level!



Danielle's Nursery Rhyme Pack offers a great variety!


Guess what...It gets better! Danielle is letting me give away a FREE set to one of you! Make sure you enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to snag this awesome set for free.

**From April 25 through the 29th, Danielle will also have this Nursery Rhyme set on sale in her TPT store.**

                                                           a Rafflecopter giveaway

Make sure you visit Danielle's blog Krazee 4 Kindergarten to see her review of my Read and Do Playdough Mats for Spring. She is giving away a copy of the spring playdough mats. All of my Read and Do Playdough sets will be on sale until April 29th. Get the biggest savings with the BUNDLE which will also be on sale.

Check out the other bloggers who participated in the K/1 swap. Such fun!

4 comments

  1. Wow this packet looks great! This would be perfect for reviewing skills from the beginning of the year. Ps. Your blog is super cute. I love the rainbow chevron!
    Thanks for sharing.
    http://anchoredinlearning.blogspot.com/

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  2. I love this! Nursery Rhymes can be used in so many ways! There's a reason they've been around forever. It would be perfect for the beginning of the year in first grade.
    Deb
    Not very fancy in 1st

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  3. Wow! This resources looks jam packed! I'm putting it in my cart now! I'm excited to check out your Read and Do Play Dough Mats on Danielle's blog. Thank you for sharing!
    Teaching is a Royal Adventure

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  4. I love this pack! The clip art is adorable, and everything looks simple yet engaging! The word problems would definitely provide great practice too. Thank you for such a fun post! Have a fabulous week!

    Melissa
    Jungle Learners

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