So fabulous Lisa! We are having the best time using your February Crunch packet. I love, love, love the sorts. I love the long and short vowel sorts and the inference pages! It is so wonderful to have everything together in a packet. I just ran the entire packet off for all my kids - they keep it in their unfinished work folder and we work on it various times throughout the day. Love it!Heidi
These look great! Maybe you could add something for practicing past, present, and future verb tenses. I would love to win a copy.Sharon McBeeBuggy for First Grade
I would L:OVE a copy! Would like to see present and past tense verbs, Verb endings ( -s,-ed,-ing)... Thanks! email@example.com
Love your Common Core Crunch! Hope to be a lucky winner! Would love to see maybe some more practice in sentences. Example: circle the punctuation mark or underline the nouns, firstname.lastname@example.org
Possessive nouns are always hard for my students. They also struggle with verb endings. email@example.comStacyLive Love Laugh and Teach!
What about prefixes and suffixes?Christina :)Apples, Books, and Crayonsapplesbooksandcrayons@gmail.com
Love it so far! How about fact and opinion? Would love a chance to win a copy.tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com
Looks awesome!! I also would love to see fact and opinion practice :-)Andrewmr1stgrade@gmail.comMr. First Grade
Love it! The material you have so far looks great. I really like (and can surely use in March)the noun/verb and noun/adjective activities!-MoMore Than Math by Mo
Would love to see comprehension skills. I'm a follower of your firstname.lastname@example.org
Love, love, love this idea! How about adjectives? I'd love to win this...:O) New follower of your blog!
I love this! I would totally use this with my firsties!
This looks great! I would love to see sentences mixed up that make a paragraph....topic sentence, transition words, closing sentence. I can't seem to find this anywhere for my firsties and it would be great with your monthly themes.
Oops...just in case, here is my email:Mandmyoung@chartermi.net
Would love mixed up sentences using the theme word s and different punctuation.
I realized I didn't leave my email address.Sharon McBeemcbees1962@gmail.comBuggy for First Grade
This looks great! How about something with punctuation - asking or telling sentences, or answering a simple question with a complete sentence.Mariameemsickle@gmail.com
Looks GREAT so far!! Here are my suggestions: what about any type of phonics/sound sorts (vowel digraphs, dipthongs, etc.) or punctuation practice...that is something they always need help with! LindsayFor the Love of First Gradelindsay.email@example.com
Very cute Lisa. Phonics is always something to include in first grade work---for some reason, you can never get enough practice! ;)ღDeAnneFirst Grade and Fabulous
Punctuation and capitalization would be great! Those seem to always get first graders!AngieThe First Grade ScoopI'll be having a 100 follower giveaway - stop by, follow my blog, and get ready for some goodies!
Agh! It helps if I add my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looks awesome! I like literacy centers as much as the next girl, but the cutting and laminating can be too much some weeks. Can't wait to see the finished email@example.com
Looks great Lisa!! Let me know if I can help with your 500 follower giveaway!! :)Toritreb21@comcast.net
I have been getting your email updates for awhile now but I just starting following and I am #500! I would love to get a copy of this. Also I would love to see some work with dividing syllables. firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, So I am currently using your FEB. CRUNCH in these ways: Writing prompt for Daily 5 Work on Writing. The word sorts are used for morning work and/or D5 Word Work choice, and the fill-in's are great little quizzes at the end of the week!I am bubbling with excitement to get my little hands on this baby!!!! YAY!JulieMs. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafebetto411@gmail.com