Primary Chalkboard: Thankful Saturday!

Thankful Saturday!

Happy Saturday everyone! It's Leslie from First Grade and Flip Flops! 



SO excited to be blogging with you today! It's the month of November and it's a month that we all say what we are most thankful for-- well, really, we should be thankful every day, right? LOL! So here are some things I am thankful for!

I really do love this month in my classroom because I get to do some of my favourite activities with my first graders. One of them is the Disguise the Turkey project and the other is my Thankful Hearts project. Can I just say, heartwarming tears and hearts!!! I pass out hearts to all the families with a simple letter and families are to write what they are more thankful for in their child. Here are a few examples:





This is the one I did for my own son who is in first grade! xoxo

I always read them during writing block and call the kids up with me as I read the hearts. They beam and shine as they listen to the words their families write. All you need is a large heart (I used the large heart die cut from our Ellison machine) and attached the parent letter. Simple, easy and very heartwarming. Here is the letter I used if you'd like a copy:

Click on the pic to grab yours! 


I am also extremely thankful to work on a team that I call family! I love the girls I work with! They are truly my family. It totally makes coming to school so much fun! Some of us have come and gone but we have remained great friends and sisters. Do you work in a school like that? 




Then there's my family and boys. Love them to pieces. 





Thankful for these after school. I call them Brownie Crack. Seriously, you need to try these! Especially after a very trying day at school!




Lastly, thankful for the fabulous ladies of the Primary Chalkboard and our equally fabulous followers! Here is a freebie for you! I created it to help my students with l-blends. 


Click on the pic to grab your FREEBIE!







I hope that each and every day you find the little and big things to be thankful for! Have a great Saturday and hope you see you back here, on our blogs, and on our FB pages! 

Love to you!
Leslie






4 comments:

  1. Love the dice and your thankful hearts! So cute!

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  2. Thanks for the Gobble Up Blends activity. It is perfect for my lower second graders, too!

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  3. Love the thankful heats idea! How sweet!

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