Saturday, January 19, 2013

Dr. King ABC Order Word Sort {Freebie}

We officially ended our second quarter yesterday, this year has been flying by!  Today I have bouncing back and forth between report cards and prepping for this upcoming week's lessons.

This year I have been piloting a brand new C.C.S.S. reading program - it's a pilot for both the publisher and my district.  Although it requires extra time, prep and providing feedback, I highly suggest taking part in a pilot if you ever get a chance.  It's kinda fun and a bit of an adventure!    

We studied Dr. King a couple months ago when studying leaders in communities and making a difference. So, I wasn't planning on doing too much more as I'm trying to stick with the program as much as possible.  However, this week we our essential question is studying how life was long ago, so it has turned out to be the perfect opportunity to revisit and learn more about Dr. King! 

I created this ABC Order Word Sort for literacy centers. 

You can download it {here}

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  1. Karla,
    This is great! Thank you for sharing your work. My kids love to do ABC order sorts.
    Teaching Fabulous Firsties!

  2. Replies
    1. Simple is good, especially with little ones :) Hope you enjoy them!

  3. I just found your blog through Manic Monday. We finish our semester this Thursday and then on to report cards. Happy Monday!

  4. I found you from Manic Monday. We just had report cards last Friday. Good luck with everything! Thank you for the cute freebie!!
    Third Grade Love

    1. You're so very welcome! Thanks for stopping by! Report cards are now finished :)

  5. Thanks so much for the freebie! Found it on Pinterest---

  6. I just stumbled upon your blog and love it! Thanks for the freebie. We are studying MLK right now, so this activity is perfect. I'm your newest follower!

    The First Grade Scoop
    I'll be having a 100 follower giveaway - stop by, follow my blog, and get ready for some goodies!

  7. Hi Karla, I found your blog through Diane's Bloggers By State Link up! Cute blog and your MLK freebie is great! Glad to meet another fellow Illinois blogger! :)

    Cheers To School

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