I'm so excited that my Really Good Stuff order arrived in the mail. I love planning for the upcoming school year and ordering new school supplies.
Special note: I am not a paid affiliate of Really Good Stuff. In fact, I'm pretty certain that they have no idea who I am. ;)
So what do you think is in this box?
Give up? Let's open it and see...
Yep, all of this fit inside that little package. Let's take a closer look...
Every reading teacher needs fluency timers. Students will use these quiet sand timers to practice fluency in pairs.
White board strips will be great for my first and second graders when we write dictated sentences. Dictation is one element of our primary intervention program. Students count the words by sliding tiles onto their board, then write the sentence.
Story map white boards will be great for my primary students when we read fiction.
Vocabulary is a huge push in our district right now. The bookmarks above are two-sided and will be great to use with intermediate students. They would also be great for students working on expanding their vocabulary during Daily 5 / Cafe. They were only 1.99 for 100!
This pocket chart has a large magnet that runs along the back of it so that it can be hung on the white board. There is space for two sizes of sentence strips, index cards, and sticky notes. It will be great to have these items at my finger tips!
So what supplies have you purchased so far? I love discovering new treasures!