Monday, October 10, 2011

MICE are NICE: Balanced Literacy Unit....49 PAGES...FOR FREE! (Limited Time Only)

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I'm feeling generous. Well, that and I need some free editing for this unit. It's free download if you have a look at it and leave a comment telling me if there are any errors that need fixin' or a comment sayin' it looks OK.  Enjoy your free unit! Limited Time Only!!

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17 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for being generous! I love your blog!

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  2. Thanks so much for the unit. I didn't find anything like errors. I am so excited though to give this to my class!:)

    Kinders on the Block

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  3. Hey, free editing and for us free unit?! perfect combination... I checked it all out and I didn't notices anything that looked in error - I did a cute unit with my kids using Mouse Paint though - They were kindergarten so learning to add as well. We did handprints of the primary colors on a strip (red handprint +blue handprint = purple handprint) - the kids got to actually mix the colors and see that when combined they really do make the colors.. it was a nice poster to show the school what we were learning and combo using addition skills -- thanks for sharon the unit!

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  4. Hi Mrs. Tabb,
    I didn't find any errors and I thought that this was an original unit you don't see very often. I also appreciated the theme was not around a holiday but a character. Thanks for sharing.

    www.teachinginthecouv.blogspot.com

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  5. A really nice unit! I especially like the poem of Five Little Mice and the mouse patterning activity!

    Thanks

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  6. Love the free unit! This is nit picky, but you did ask... :) I noticed in the K standards that you need a space between 0 and representing on KCC.3 and under KCC.4 your a. and b. sentences go onto new lines when they don't need to. On the fingerprint activity on the fourth page, you need to end the quote with a punctuation mark. You should also have a comma after said on all of those pages. Example: The first mouse said, "Yes!" Overall it looks great and like it will be tons of fun! Good job!

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  7. I looked it over & think it looks great! It is a very interesting theme! Love it! The mouse cupcakes are the cutest :)

    Lisa
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  8. The Mice Unit is FAB.U.LOUS!!! Didn't see any errors. Thank you so much for sharing such a great unit! :o)

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  9. Love it and I foresee my students liking it too! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Wow - adorable. Have such a hard time finding things that center around positional words! Thanks so much. Amy

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  11. Great Unit. Love the character! Didn't see any mistakes.

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  12. Thanks so much for the great unit. This was a wonderful idea. I love the activities that you created. I love all of your ideas. Thank you for sharing. Continue to be creative. I APPLAUD YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. Thanks for the great unit. I really liked the patterning mice and cheese. I also like the poem. I love to use poems in my room.

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  14. Thanks a lot! They're so cute!

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  15. What a cute unit! Love the poem!

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  16. Great Job - Thanks for sharing.
    I like the mouse poem... and them making the poem into a book. I really like the book utilizing the positional words - the last page is hysterical.

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