Saturday, May 14, 2011

FREE UNIT! HUMAN BODY

Was this the LONGEST week ever for anyone else? I'm SO happy to see Saturday. =)

Well, here is my latest baby. Body Language:
A Balanced Literacy Thematic Unit 
{click photo above to download}
As of now, the only things I ask if you download are:
1. If you're not a follower, please follow! =) 
2. Leave a comment/constructive criticism so that I can continue to improve
3. Pass along to any teachers that you think would benefit! 

We studied the human body and that included the major body systems, 5 senses, and dental health. We did nutrition and exercise, but there are SO many  activities on the food pyramid that I didn't even bother recreating my own. I did take one day and dedicated it to dental health. I used some activities from a unit I purchased from Cara Caroll called "Brusha, Brusha, Brusha" and it was darling. =) 

Anyway, its yours for free if you want it. 

My goal is to have my TpT store up and running this summer because {shhhhh....I think my husband and I are buying a house!} so I need to think about doing whatever I can to help our family! =)
But for now, here are some quick links to my other two FREE Balanced Literacy Units: 



* If google docs is being silly, it's easier if you shoot me an email at laneshatabb@gmail.com and say HEY. GIVE ME YOUR UNIT. =) And I totally will. 
Happy almost Summer, 

42 comments:

  1. I. LOVE. THIS. Thanks so much for sharing all your hard work!
    Ms. A
    Oceans of First Grade Fun

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  2. This is great! Your class might like Macarena Bones by Dr. Jean. It's a super song to teach the skeletal system.

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  3. WOW YOUR IDEAS ARE AWESOME!!
    i am an english as a foreign language teacher in spain and i really appreciate your work that has been incredibly useful for me. So i just wanted to stop by to say THANK YOU!

    i have also just started my own blog, so feel free to stop by if you want to.


    take care!!!

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  4. This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing your hard work!!!

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  5. Wow,amazing work! Thank you so much!

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing your hard work! I'm currently subbing as an ESOL teacher and these will be great for end of year work with my little ones.

    Colleen
    http://www.successinbloom.blogspot.com

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  7. Super, super, super! I already printed out the "work it" cards you shared and my kids adored it!!! thanks for all of your hard work in making these units! we love them! :)

    Hadar
    Miss Kindergarten

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  8. Love your units! Can't wait to see what you create next.

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  9. Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations!

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  10. I love your blog! You are so creative and I hope to continue reading and following! :)

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  11. I love your blog. It is really cute! I'm a new follower :)
    http://mrsmccumbeesclass.blogspot.com/

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  12. Looking forward to sharing this unit with the first grade team at my school to supplement their health unit. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. It's great. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. I really love this as well. I would love to see your lesson plan book or possibly a daily schedule. I'm moving to first grade from kinder next year and trying to figure out how to fit everything in. That's been something that has challenged me this year as well. I feel like I never get to everything I want to do.

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  15. Jennifer- I could arrange that! =)

    thanks again, everyone. The kind words mean A LOT!!!

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  16. Thanks so much for sharing your hard work. I can't wait to use it! Well, I can wait until after summer=)
    F is For First Grade

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  17. I am a brand new teacher and I am just so appreciative of you and teachers like you who post not only ideas, but the materials to go along with them...for FREE! I want to start creating my own things and sharing as well, but I'm not sure how to get started. What program do you use to create your documents?

    Thank you Thank you Thank you

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  18. Wonderful Ideas!

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  19. Oh wow! What a big heart you have! All the way from Down Under...

    Jacqui Wilson

    http://mswilson123.blogspot.com/

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  20. Awesome, awesome, awesome!!! Thanks so much!!
    -Jackie and Danielle-
    http://sisterteachers.blogspot.com/

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  21. I am the director of a child care facility and your unit on the human body have been used to help my after school program. The children loved it! Thank you so much and please continue to blog and create such beautiful units!

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  22. i was only able to print the first page is there something else that i need to do??

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  23. wonderful unit on body...but i cant print it

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    1. Interesting and. It important information is really beneficial for us. Thanks

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  24. Thank you to tell us so much useful information. So nice sharing. I’m glad to read it.

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  25. Thank you so much to share your awesome information.
    I'm glad to find your website.

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  26. super cute, i love how you incorporated the senses with healthy living--killing 2 birds with one stone. Love the shake rattle and roll, and the tongue diagram. We have a big tongue sticking out of a mouth that we stick the bitter, sour and sweet labels on, after we see what part of the tongue we taste the different things on.
    Love your blog, come check mine out at
    http://tales-of-a-first-grade-teacher.blogspot.com
    Jessica

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  27. Thanks a million for sharing your fantastic unit! That is so generous of you!!

    www.youcanmakethesunshineanytime.blogspot.com

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  28. thanks for sharing all your hard work this is great...:)

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  29. I can't wait to use this in my class!! Thank you for sharing!!!

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  30. Thank you so much for being so generous and sharing this unit study!

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  31. Please consider this friendly suggestion: Only include proper grammar (e.g., your body language song) in your lessons. While it is only a minor thing (real "good"), I think it's very important that we consistently model correct grammar (really well) for students.

    That said, your units are well thought out and creatively constructed. Thanks for your enthusiasm; both your peers and students benefit from your efforts.

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  32. Thanks for this great unit! Looking forward to doing some exploration of the subject with my first grade homeschooler. :)

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  33. Thank you! This unit is wonderfully done! Love all of the integration.

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  34. Thanks for offering this up to us.

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  35. I love these units! I can't wait to start homeschooling with a PLAN. You're awesome for sharing. I'm going to dig a bit more to find this answer, but it would be helpful if you could add the grade level (or some other abilities indicator) in the description or unit title. Thank you!! Best wishes for your house hunting and purchasing. :)

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