NEW TN store and the Lorax and pinning

Good Morning!

So, I have decided to open up my TN has come to my attention that some prefer TN over TpT (I've gotten a few emails), so you now have both to choose from. 
I am  slowly uploading all my products to TN. Thankfully, there isn't that many! lol
But I would love for you to make me one of your favorite shops. :)

In other news, 

I was able to finish my Roll a Lorax pack last's so cute! hehe I can't wait to use it with my kiddos. I showed it to my 5th grade teacher friend and she said it'd be cute for her kids too!

This Roll a Lorax can be used from Kinder and up! 
There are 11 pages; Directions of which pages to use and patterns are included in pack

Skills included in this pack are:
Tally Chart
Bar Graphs
Median, Mode, Range, and Mean

It is separated and organized to be able to use with your specific grade.

He's another $1 item...I seem to like that number. :)

In case you're wondering why all of my stuff has so many different levels in it, it's because of my clientele in my school. We are a SEVERE Title I school - like 86% on Free and Reduced lunch. A lot of my kids are below grade level, but I always have some that should be in the GSP classes too, so I like to create activities that will be a slight challenge for my BGL and OGL kids, but I also need something that'll challenge my 4-5 AGL kids...And since I've taught every grade from 2-5, I kind of know what they need to know for the next year...and I'm getting better at knowing 1st grade for my BGL kids (most of what I'm learning is coming from y'all!! So, thanks!).

Oh DO HAVE permission to pin me!! lol

Wonder why I'm telling you?? Click the pic below to see what the hoopla is all about - Laura Candler has done a post about it.

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Suzy Q said...

Oh, sure...the only time in my life that I am a quick responder and you are using the random number thingie! Looks cute, and let's hope #1 is lucky!

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

Constance said...

Cute idea!

Amber said...

Looks super cute, would really get the kids excited for the upcoming movie!


Unknown said...

I want that REAL bad!

Also, do share the benefits of TN over TPT, I'm intrigued..

Ms. Rachel’s Room

Ali said...

It looks great as always!! I think I will be teaching Dr. Seuss the whole month!! I have found so many cute and fun things!

What happens in kindergarten... lasts a lifetime

Michelle Tsivgadellis said...

You go girl! I just opened my TN store as well, but I only posted one thing. I hate the user-interface...not friendly at all. I am going to have to take the time to really go through and check everything out and upload my stuff... plus also (my Junie B whine), they force artists to have a separate I am going to check yours out!! Give me some tips as you come across any.

Have a great Sat.!

The 3AM Teacher

Anonymous said...

So cute! I love how much it's differentiated, and my kids are going to love the activity.


Holly said...

I love anything Dr. Seuss - that's why I love that darn cute packet!!!!! I'm glad you didn't do the first three...I practically live on Blogger some days and I always miss 'em!!!!

I'm glad you mentioned that about TN and TpT....TpT is always so finicky for me. It takes several tries before it allows me to download things, I have to login several times before I'm able to follow a's just glitchy on my computer. TN works much better for I'm mighty happy you'll be over there too!

Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

Kelley Cirrito said...

Love your Lorax Jen! Thanks for the information about Pinterest! I just posted the red sign on my blog! I can't believe some of their rules. There always seems to be some type of underlining problem with everything that seems just too good to be true! Have a happy Saturday!

♥ Owl in a Vowel Tree ♥ said...

I love that you have varying levels in your units! I teach at a Title I school with a population similar to yours. About 96% of our students are on free or reduced lunch so differentiating instruction is crucial. I love, love The Lorax. Thanks for the opportunity! :)

Laura said...

Adorable! Would love to use this! Have a stuffed Lorax from Kohls who really needs his own unit! So cute!

Peace, Love, and First Grade

Sandra said...

I love the Lorax! Too cute!
I am at a similar school only our Free and Reduced Lunch is at 99%!!! I have some kiddos on grade level but most are below... so having different level activities is great!! :)
❤ Sandra
Sweet Times in First

Kristin said...

A Teeny Tiny Teacher

The Colorful Apple said...

He's so cute! Congrats on almost 400 followers - you go girl!

Sara :)
Smiling In Second Grade

Journey of a Substitute Teacher (Ms. T) said...

What I think? I think he's cute!

Journey of a Substitute Teacher

Unknown said...

So cute! Love this!


Julie said...

Love those roll a... games!


Jodi said...

This looks adorable!!


YearntoLearn said...

So cute.

Yearn to Learn Blog

Tara said...

So cute and would fit in purrrrrfect with my Dr. Seuss for the month theme!!!

On another note....good grief...I'm gonna stop going on the computer anymore with permission this and copyright that and ........UGGGGG!!!

4th Grade Frolics

Fitbecky said...

Another great creation! I can't wait to start my Dr. Seuss unit!

Rachel said...

Thank you for the opportunity! Always love your stuff!

Amber @ Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher said...

I am following your TN Store! Cute activity! :)

Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher

Hello Mrs Sykes said...

Whew! I'm usually a late responder to the "first 3 people who post" contests, so what a relief! The math unit looks super cute, and would be perfect for this week.

Hello Mrs Sykes

Traci Clausen said...

Your "Roll a Lorax" idea is just too cute... in name alone! The pages and patterns sound pretty awesome, too.

Permission to Pin?! WHAT?!

I pin SO, SO MUCH. Sad that this may be a problem.
Dragonflies in First

Traci Clausen said...

Your "Roll a Lorax" idea is just too cute... in name alone! The pages and patterns sound pretty awesome, too.

Permission to Pin?! WHAT?!

I pin SO, SO MUCH. Sad that this may be a problem.
Dragonflies in First

Rosemary said...

Would love to use your Lorax!

Unknown said...

Love this!


Stacy said...

As always...SUPER FAB!

I love being able to differentiate things in the classroom so thanks for doing that for us here!

You are AWESOME!!

2nd Grade Paradise

Emily said...

I love all things Lorax.

I work in a severe Title 1 school, too (but, we have the gifted unit...go figure) and my class ranges from a child who can read a level 4 to a child who can read a college text book! Differentiation could be my middle name.

Emily @ Second Grade Silliness

zputty said...

Being a resource room K-5, the variety in your pack is perfect to cover everyone.

danae said...

Congrats all! I was a little too late for this one :) Darn! It looks like a great packet :) I'll be looking forward to the Leap Year Sale on TpT.

manakans said...

I LOVE the Lorax. It's one of my favorite books.

Also, thanks for the pinning post... i never knew that you couldn't pin just anything! Oops. I guess I should go back and check!


Brianne said...

I love the Lorax!!..... I teach special education so I have a wide range of learning abilities in my class so your products would be perfect!

Anonymous said...

This is super cute. I love to do these with my kids. It is a fun game to play with my 5th grader, my second grader, and my 3 year old.

Gladys said...

Adorable! The Lorax is my favorite Dr. Seuss book...well that one...and Oh the Places You'll Go!

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