Week 2 visual plans

It's a rainy day here in sunny Florida. Which I'm actually kind of liking, even though it rained on my beach day. BUT, sometimes you just want a rainy day, right? lol

Well, it's my first REAL week of school, starting in on the Reading series (which I don't normally use, but decided to since I really like Henry and Mudge), so I've been planning off and on all weekend since it's a new year and I have to kind of come up with a new groove. 


Our schedules are never the same year to year, so each year I have to try and find new ways to fit in what I want to do, and it takes a few weeks of trial and error. lol

Here are my first REAL visual plans for the year. It looks a little bare, but that's because I don't know how long each thing is going to take. I tend to forget how much time my kids take to do things in the beginning of the year, since I'm so used to them and how well they work at the end of the year! lol

Click the pictures to get the google doc. In the doc, you'll be able to click on the links to get to the freebies, blogpost, or product links!



I'm now using Bubbly Blonde's Journey sets for some of my activities, check her link in the doc!

I'm also planning on doing a lot of word family activities  but I'm not quite sure where I'm fitting them in yet, so I didn't put them in the plans.


For math, I'm still basically teaching out of my Numbers Every Day pack, 




since it really does cover place value and number sense, but while I'm doing one-on-one testing, they will be doing the 2-Digit Number sense centers I made last year.


Also, I'm still able to use some of Courtney's packs from Treasures, even though they don't' correlate, I have them all, so I can just pick and choose which activities to use from which pack! 


These are the same centers as last week, check out my post HERE and HERE on them.

Hope you have a fabulous week! 


8 comments

Jean said...

VERY impressed with your lesson plans!!

Courtney Bartlett said...

Thanks Jen! I'm trying to plug things in with our new reading series too and it's definitely trial and error. I can't get half my plans in during the day.

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Deedee Wills said...

Yay! Thank you for linking up! Have a great week!

www.jwhit.com said...

Can I get you to help me WANT to do plans not to mention do such great plans as these? Is there some dust you can sprinkle over the internet or something? These plans are great! Keep sharing

Paul Smith said...

Nice lesson plans. Impressive and illustrative. I'm sure that you're a great teacher. Good luck with your new school year!

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Sam Lehmann said...

Hi! I am using H and M Summer... I can't open your link via the google doc. I am not sure why. I get your plans, but none of your FREEBIES ;) are accessible. Thanks so much!

Sam

Jennifer Ross said...

Hi Sam, you have to download the file and open it up so you have it in PDF form. You can't click the links in google docs.

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