Sunday, August 9, 2015

Pirate Quest for the Treasure Chest!

Three Years in the making! This thematic unit includes activities for all subject areas! 110 pages of learning fun! Suggested duration of this pack is one to two weeks. Available at my TPT store: Tiny Treasures By Teacher Tava Here is a sneak peek of what is included:Vocabulary...
QR Code Fun...
Center Mats (Use manipulatives with these)...
Learning Targets, Math Measurement and Graphing, and so much more included!
End this thematic unit with the Pirate Quest for the Treasure Chest-Pirate Day Treasure Hunt! Follow the wheels, scan the QR Codes to get to the treasure!
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Friday, May 22, 2015

Parent Volunteer Appreciation Gift!

So, this year, I was fortunate to have seven weekly, dedicated parent volunteers! My students put on a mini celebration for the volunteers, with speaking parts, snacks, drinks, cards, videotaped messages, and these gifts! I try to think of new gift ideas each year, and these little "You Always Measure Up!" gifts were a hit! These are the gifts I made up for them! Complete with a scraper, mini spatula, and chocolates!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

100 Followers on TPT!!!!

Wow! 100 Followers on TPT! Thanks so much! It has been a while since I last posted. As you can see below, my husband and I have some new future family plans!
We are so excited about our journey to finally have a little one in our house. All of my earnings on TPT will help us to bring our baby girl home! Thanks so much for your continued support! ~Teacher Tava

Saturday, August 16, 2014

We are off to a new school year: 2014-2015!

Here are some picture from our Orientation Night! All Systems Are Go In Our Classroom!
Pictures from our hallway...

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Robot Recall: First Grade Addition and Subtraction Math Facts Activity

What a fun way to master first grade addition and subtraction math facts! "Robot Recall" individually tracks each student's progress of mastering addition and subtraction math facts. This activity is aligned with the First Grade Math Common Core Standards 1.OA.6., and includes learning targets.
Students are given timed math tests, starting with addition. Each time they pass a test, they earn a part for their Robot. Here is my teacher example of what the finished robot looks like.
Here is an example of a student's robot in progress.
Individual student tracker folders (with student robot inside) are great visuals to where students are now and where they are going.
A parent letter which explains "Robot Recall" can be sent home at the start of this activity.
Teacher Tracker pages are also included in tracking student progress on these math fluency tests.
"Build A Bot" Display posters and parts are included...
Robot Recall System Check slips make for a quick and easy glance at student progress...
This product is available at my TPT Store: Tiny Treasures by Teacher Tava