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Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Bargain Shopper 101
2. Tangrams: Thick cardboard 4 puzzle sets, 7 pieces in each set, includes 32 puzzle solutions You could glue thin magnets to the backs and the kids could use them on a metal surface. It would be easier to make the picture puzzles that way. 3. Magnetic Drawing Board: The screen is about the span of your hand. It's not super sturdy, but it draws well. It'll be great for a Working With Words center. 4. & 5. Sentence Builders: Each pack contains 30. They are 8 inches x 2 inches. The first one in the red pack says, "My Turtle . . . loves the rain." They'll be great in a Working With Words center or even a writing center. They can be rearranged in a small pocket chart. 6. Word Strips: Contains 30 - 10 blue, 10 red, 10 yellow. 7. Magnetic Wooden Numbers: Includes 26 numbers with math symbols. I plan to put them in one of those plastic bead/embroidery floss boxes with a cookie sheet for a math center. 8. Mini Wipe-Off Clocks - Contains 5 sheets with 4 on each. Write the digital time and have the kids draw the hands on or reverse. 9. Mini Wipe-Off Clocks - Contains 5 sheets with 3 on each. Write the hands on the clock and have the kids write the words in 3 different ways. ie. 3:15, Three-Fifteen, Quarter-After-Three. Or, write the digital time on one of the lines and have the kids write two other ways and draw the hands. 10. Memo Pads - 275 notes of different size and shape on a plastic backing with holes punched in. These will be GREAT in those teacher's notebooks that are circulating right now. 11. Mini Wipe-Off Clocks - Contains 5 sheets with 1 on each.
Now for just a couple of my scores from the Target Dollar Spot. Dr Seuss erasers - I'm going to use these as game board pieces for homemade games. I LOVE these bookmarks . Here's why, I teach the kids to use them when discussing a book as a group. If they want their group to look at a certain line instead of saying, "Paragraph 2, line 4." They just say, "Top (line the book mark up with the top of the page), 3 1/2." Meaning, the sentence they are talking about is found at the 3 1/2 mark when they line the book mark up with the top of the page. If it's a tall book they just do, "bottom, 4 1/2". In the last picture you see alphabet stickers. There's 1 set shown in front and 2 different sets on back. Finally, the mini pocket charts - This year they are 21 inches x 14.5 inches. I plan on making the mini pvc pocket chart stands I've seen. I'll post pics in the next few days!
Hope you've seen something you can use! Leave comments with any new ideas.